Margaret van Wyk speaks out for the first time: 'My family don't deserve this'

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Margaret van Wyk says she’s holding her head high after the WhatsApp mishap that went viral – but she regrets that her children have been hurt by the social media storm.

In an exclusive interview with YOU, the woman from Schweizer-Reneke in North West explains exactly what happened, what went through her mind when she made headlines all over the country -- and just how her infamy has affected her husband Chris and three daughters.

See her side of the story in the latest issue, in stores across SA on Friday 2 September OR click here to get a digital copy NOW.

Also in this issue:

  • EXCLUSIVE: The man who raised Zephany pours out his heart

  • Rohde murder: a marriage under the microscope

  • Carwash tragedy: devastated man on the loss of his wife-to-be and unborn son

  • Teen drinking: hard-hitting advice for parents

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