“Things were not working out, he left but I’ve learnt that you must allow people to leave. You accept things as they come and as they are and allow people to be themselves,” she told Drum Magazine.
She told the publication things went south after a break-in at her house in Durban that saw robbers getting away with belongings worth R100,000.
She offered a R30,000-reward for anyone with information on the break-in.
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Following the break-in, an emotional Zodwa said she was grateful she was not at the house when the robbers broke in.
“They could have raped and killed me,” she said.