WATCH: Enhle Mbali on past infidelity scandals and women empowerment

Enhle Mbali (PHOTO: Gallo/Getty Images)
Enhle Mbali (PHOTO: Gallo/Getty Images)

Johannesburg - For the first time Enhle Mbali has opened up at the In Good Company Experience (IGC) of the infidelity scandals that made headlines several years ago about her husband.

The 30-year-old actress who is married to world renowned DJ Black Coffee, left the audience in complete awe after she spoke about what she described as the ‘biggest test of their relationship’.

Taking the stage, Enhle spoke about the inability of women to support and empower each other, 

“How do we as women stand here every single month and salute ourselves for all this power, when we cannot on a simple situation say that a sister did you wrong,” she asked addressing a room filled with females.

When the infidelity accusations made against Black Coffee surfaced, the couple did not confirm nor deny the allegations but Enhle says that through that difficult period it was mostly men that supported her on social media.

“A sister did me wrong,” she said.

 “I heard comments such as ‘oh she thinks she’s perfect’, ‘even Beyoncé gets cheated on,’” said Enhle in reference to some of the things that were said to her by women.

“And my own sisters constantly on a daily make their ways to my husband’s inbox, in the industry and out of the industry the very same sisters that I fight for,” revealed the former Tshisa actress.

 “Are we only sisters that need something from each other? Are we only sisters when I want the man you have, or the job you have or the hair you have? Are we only sisters when things do not matter?”

Enhle reminded the all-female audience of the significance that lies in empowering one another.

“Where does our womanhood start and where our womanhood does end… my journey here is to make sure that women understand what sisterhood is…”

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