Kekeletso Nakeli-Dhliwayo
2 minute read
25 Feb 2021
7:02 am

Infidelity cost Tshegofatso Pule and her baby’s lives

Kekeletso Nakeli-Dhliwayo

The cruel hands of infidelity, though not as black and white as we would like to imagine, has deadly effects.

Murder accused Ntuthuko Shoba was denied bail by the Roodepoort Magistrates’ Court earlier this month. Picture: Bernadette Wicks

Infidelity is not just black and white, someone once said. Marriages – even most steady relationships – have this lurking challenge of infidelity that continuously threatens peace and order, the sense of security that ought to be in the sanctity of a relationship of two. This springs to mind again because a man stands accused of a crime so heinous, one must wonder if he has any capability to love. Ntuthuko Ntokozo Shoba, 32, stands accused of being the mastermind in the shocking, spine-chilling murder of beauty consultant Tshegofatso Pule and their unborn baby. ALSO READ: Tshegofatso Pule’s killer pleads guilty,...