Lebo M’s ex-wife gets a share of The Lion King

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Lebohang Morake and his ex-wife Nandi Ndlovu-Goodjohn in happier times. Photo: Sipho Maluka / Gallo Images / Sunday Sun
Lebohang Morake and his ex-wife Nandi Ndlovu-Goodjohn in happier times. Photo: Sipho Maluka / Gallo Images / Sunday Sun

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After more than 10 years of legal wrangling over the royalties of the popular stage play, The Lion King, the case was finally put to rest by the US Supreme Court this week.

City Press has learnt that the Supreme Court in California ruled against the show’s producer, Lebohang “Lebo M” Morake, who had been in a dispute with his ex-wife, Nandi Ndlovu-Goodjohn, and upheld the 2018 ruling by the Superior Court, which had said that Morake should pay her the money owed to her since 2007.

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