Sophie Ndaba, legendary television actress’ marriage to her husband and businessman Max Lichaba is taking the wrong turn to splitsville a month after they renewed their vows.

A local publication has gotten information that Ndaba and Lichaba separated last year just after the outbreak of Covid-19 in March.

The disintegration of their much-publicized union happened after they renewed their vows and wore new weddings bands in February last year.

After trying so hard to make their marriage work and rekindle their love, the two lovebirds are allegedly heading for a divorce. If this faltering matrimony crumbles, it will be Ndaba’s third failed marriage in 23 years.

Ndaba, who shot to stardom when she played Queen Moroka in SABC1 soapie Generations, was married to fellow actor Themba Ndaba, who plays Brutus in The Queen, in 1998. The couple went separate ways in 2007.

In 2011, she tied the knot with Bishop Keith Harrington and they broke up acrimoniously in 2013. She wedded Lichaba in 2018.

News of Ndaba and Lichaba’s separation, which was kept quiet was revealed by the couple’s close friend, who did not want to be identified in fear of victimization.

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