Has Sarah Langa jumped back on the dating train after divorcing from her husband recently? A picture was posted on Sarah Langa’s glittery Instagram page, whereby she’s seen posing cosily next to a handsome man. The picture has been making the rounds and her followers are heavily suspecting that the unidentified guy is definitely Sarah’s newest Bae. The comments section was filled with congratulatory messages for the “new couple”.
The top brand influencer was recently served with divorce papers by her media-shy husband Jehan Mackay. In the legal documents, he alleged that the main catalyst behind their divorce was Sarah’s obsession with social media.
Sarah hasn’t commented much about her divorce. However, she stated that, she’s “tired of humans” – for probably invading her personal life. But then again, she hardly says much about her romantic partners in general – even after being quizzed about her romance with rapper, K.O, homegirl was on some, angimazi (I don’t know him).
Lellar_X: ”Kim and Kanye.’
HigorBastos: ”OMG I AM UP TO ADOPTION 😍😍😍.”
JayTimeHascum: ”Now this is ur boyfriend handsome 🙌.”
In other news – Police rescue 14 workers who were locked in Durban factory and forced to make masks
Several consumer complaints against a Durban business resulted in the arrest of the owner and the rescue of 14 workers who were locked in a factory and forced to make masks for six days. KwaZulu-Natal MEC for economic development, tourism and environmental affairs Nomusa Dube-Ncube said that she was furious after hearing about the report back by officials tasked to investigate a complaint she received on Sunday. No amount of words could ever describe my anger following a shocking report I have just received from officials I assigned to investigate a complaint I received early this morning.
“This is in connection to more than 14 employees who have been locked up in a factory since Monday last week. They were forced to manufacture hundreds of masks to meet the demand caused by the outbreak of the coronavirus.” Dube-Ncube said during recent visits to various retail shops and pharmacies, they discovered that some people were being forced to pay R780 for a single mask. Read more