Enhle Mbali can feel the love from those who are all in support of her on going battle against her ex husband Nkosinathi “Black Coffee” Maphumulo. Upon three messy divorce, the actress revealed a whirlwind of abuse and gender based violence incidents that she under went multiple times during her marriage to the world class DJ.
Yesterday, the mother of two had a very rough day as she applied for a restraining order against Maphumulo at the Randburg Magistartes Court. The GBV activist was joined by fellow activist who showed their solidarity and support by marching and protesting outside the court.
The mother of two bravely spoke out about the betrayal and hurt she was subjected to as a result of her marriage sharing how gutted she was when the man she literally dedicated her entire life too turned be so deceiving and treated her like something of no value.
“My ❤️is saw, to be dragged by a man you gave ur life to,protected &would fly all over the world for to create a family unit.for him to lie & treat u as a peasant,an object to abuse.Cannot stand by it would be a disservice to, my children and the generational curses I must break” she wrote.
Upon her exit from the court, Enhle stood to make a few words about her cause, claiming that it is up to her to not only fight for herself but all the other victims in South Africa who were not as fortunate to have the kind of platform that she does.
“It is my duty as a woman to not only fight for myself but for every single woman in South Africa. The time is now.” Enhle said.
Mbali recently filed legal documents at the Randburg magistrates court against Maphumulo for allegedly assaulting her during an argument. Reports also claim that in her application for a protection order , she claimed that this was not the first time the DJ has gotten physical towards her.
The duo split at the end of 2019 and a messy court battle was yet to follow in November 2020 where the verdict came out that she could only get R15,000 a month for spousal maintenance and R50,000 in child support, denying her request for more than R131,000 in monthly maintenance.
Many other publications and well known personality’s in the industry showed their support for Enhle via social media using the trending #JusticForEnhle and #HandsOffEnhle including the likes of Mohale, Rosie Motene, Denise Zimba, Penny Lenyane who was at the protest in person and many more.