Sello And Pearl in Ethiopia after the grand seal. Congrats to officiating it

Sello And Pearl in Ethiopia after the grand seal. Congrats on officiating it

Actor and Motivational Speaker Sello Maake KaNcube and his wife Pearl Mpho Mbewe are officially off the market.
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The pair sealed the deal in Ethiopia this week. Pearl took to her Instagram to share the exciting news.

The actor hinted a day before the big day that he and his wife are leaving the country to make things official. However, fans thought that the couple was officially relocating to another country.

Taking to his social media platforms, the actor posted 2 passports with a caption that reads: “Goodbye South Africa! Small short left… ❤️🎉♥️ @pearlmphombewe 🎊🎉🎊🎉 we seal deals together but this time we sealed ourselves to one another! May God bless this union! This love feels so right and we do this against all ODDS!

Fans and other celebrities have since taken to the comments section to congratulate the couple.
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Meanwhile, earlier this week, reports that Sello has stepped down as a spokesperson for the anti-Gender-Based Violence Organisation ‘Act Now’ surfaced. It was reported that the former Scandal star quit his position after he was accused of women abuse by the director of the organization musician Tebogo Lerole and media personality JJ Tabane.

“It hurts me that these people are now using my past to undermine my efforts to fight gender-based violence in this country. I challenge any woman to come out now and say I had abused her since then,” Sello cried out to Sunday World.

It is alleged that Tebogo and JJ got the information from Sello’s ex-partner whom he admitted beating up back in 2002.

“After the fight, I asked her to go to the police and get me arrested for what I had done to her. But she said she had forgiven me, basically, we forgave each other and moved on with our lives. This is something that I’m not proud of and still haunts me even today, and I wish I could have handled the situation differently.

“It hurts me that these people are now using my past to undermine my efforts to fight gender-based violence in this country. I challenge any woman to come out now and say I had abused her since then,” Sello told the publication.
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Both Tebogo and JJ are denying the accusations that they are behind this. The publication quoted Tebogo saying: ” “I swear I had nothing negative to say about him because to me he was a formidable force in the organisation and I hold him in high regards.”

And JJ Tabane saying: “He is a crook. He is just looking for attention, I’m not the one who wants to undermine his reputation, he is the one who tattered it. Why should we allow him to be an ambassador with such a reputation?”