It’s all love between RHOD’s Mabusi Seme and Jojo as they spend day together, iron differences out

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Mabusi Seme and Jojo Robinson spend a day together reconciling
Mabusi Seme and Jojo Robinson spend a day together reconciling

Ever since they met, they never really got along – but what is reality TV without drama and catfights? 

Real Housewives of Durban stars Mabusi Seme and Jojo Robinson have had their fair share of confrontations. Season 2 of the popular reality show saw Jojo, who is new to the show, throw a few insults at Mabusi.

Jojo even asked Mabusi how she can afford designer bags in response to Mabusi asking her about why she is married to the much older Calvin. Things between the two got much worse when the reality stars vacationed in Sun City. 

During a heated conversation, Jojo threw a glass of water at Mabusi and stormed off. 

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In the show's two-part reunion, comedian Donovan Goliath asked the RHOD cast about Sun City and an emotional Jojo apologised to Mabusi for her actions.

In a bid to put their differences aside away from the other cast members, Mabusi and Jojo have now recently met up to make up after the fallout they had early on in the year.

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Their day out reconciling was documented by SABC's The Insider SA and can be viewed on Monday 23 May 2022 at 5.30pm on SABC3.

Viewers will witness the reality stars try out painting, enjoy each other's company, make up, and watch them look forward to happier, more friction-less days ahead as cast members. 

Mabusi Seme and Jojo Robinson spend a day together reconciling.
Mabusi and Jojo spend a day together reconciling
Mabusi and Jojo spend a day together reconciling
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Mabusi and Jojo spend a day together reconciling

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