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Tamia Mpisane appointed deputy chair lady of Royal AM

Businesswoman and football club owner, Shauwn “MaMkhize” Mkhize announced that she appointed her daughter-in-law Tamia Mpisane the Royal AM deputy chair lady via an Instagram post on Saturday 23 July.

Shauwn “MaMkhize” Mkhize Tamia Mpisane and Andile

MaMkhize took to Instagram to announce that she appointed her daughter-in-law Tamia Mpisane as the “deputy chair lady” of her football team Royal AM. Tamia is married to MaMkhize’s son Andile Mpisane who she shares with her ex-husband Sbu Mpisane.

Shauwn “MaMkhize” Mkhize Tamia Mpisane and Andile

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Welcome our new deputy chair lady @tamia_mpisane . I’m excited to start this ladies football journey with you. 💓🏆⚽️,”


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Andile shocked Mzansi when he proposed to and married Tamia on 17 December 2021. This was because he was believed to be in a relationship with his “baby mama” Sithelo Shozi at the time. Sithelo gave birth to baby Likuwe Coco Mpisane in July 2021. So, their baby was just a few months old when Andile married Tamia.

Andile and Tamia then welcomed a child of their own on 15 May 2021. They have a baby girl named Miaandy together. So, Tamia is the mother of Andile’s child and a father of three daughters – but he is reportedly asking for a paternity test on his two daughters with Sithelo, according to a local publication.


In other news – Huge blow for viewers as actress Jessica Nkosi dumps The Queen

Actress Jessica Nkosi has bid goodbye to The Queen. Her character, Thando, appeared in the telenovela for the last time on Friday, 22 July, when she died in a shoot-out. Thando was a fan favourite because of her violent nature and loved guns.

Jessica Nkosi

Jessica took to social media to confirm that she was leaving the show, thanking Connie Ferguson and late Shona for giving her an opportunity to play Thando. Learn More

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