Zuma’s Ex Nonkanyiso Conco Warned Not To Spill Family Secrets
In a bid to protect their family name and uphold their dignity, Nonkanyiso Conco has been warned not to spill family secrets amid the new reality show, Real Housewives of Durban.
Former president Jacob Zuma’s ex-fiancé, Nonkanyiso Conco is part of the cast of the forthcoming reality series Real Housewives Of Durban.
Jacob Zuma’s nephew Inkosi Simphiwe Zuma told Briefly that they do not want to take away her right to freedom of speech however they want to keep their family name away from the limelight.
“Already the Zuma name is being talked about almost every day in the media. We don’t want any drama as the family. Enough is enough. But we warn her not to bring the Zuma name into disrepute or else she will regret (it). We are really tired now as a family of people who tarnish our name and get away with it. But I’m not in any way saying she will do that,” said the nephew.
The Zuma family believe that she took the role so that she can tarnish their name. This was speculated by Khanya Zuma who told the publication,
“She has the right to do whatever she wants to do as long that doesn’t cause pain to other people. All I’m saying is that she must not say or do things that might harm the Zuma family name, which I think was the ticket for her to get chosen for that role.”
The cast of the much-anticipated show boasts of a very intriguing line-up. There is music mogul Ayanda Ncwane who for some might know her as the late gospel singer Sfiso Ncwane’s widow. Secondly, we have Nonku Williams who scored herself the major role in the show for being the founder of Ashes to Beauty Winery.
Then there is Kgomotso Ndungane who runs a triple threat company that caters to the rich and famous. Sorisha Naidoo, businesswoman by day and also a DJ by night. She is married to businessman Vivian Reddy. Lastly, there is Ann-Toni Ludick who runs a dance agency as well as an events company.
The very first episode of this season will premier on January 29 and will air on 1Magic channel 103 at 19h00.