Max Lichaba sues stepson for R500 000

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The estranged lovebirds tied the knot in a much-publicised traditional wedding in 2018. Photo: Lethabo Khambule
The estranged lovebirds tied the knot in a much-publicised traditional wedding in 2018. Photo: Lethabo Khambule

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The song, titled My Stepfather’s a Devil, sent shock waves through social media when it was released last month, providing Lwandle’s perspective on his mother’s three-year marriage to the businessman who owns popular Soweto eatery KwaLichaba.

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