Sunday World reports that Enhle Mbali, the ex-wife of popular DJ Black Coffee, has increased her divorce case demands in court.

The Sunday paper says Mbali wrote to the Joburg high court and she now wants Black Coffee to pay her R500 000 per year for holidays.

Mbali also told the High Court that Black Coffee made her lose income when they were still married, after he banned her from taking part in any romantic roles where kissing was involved.


However, Black Coffee fired back and told the court that their marriage was out of community of property and Mbali should stop speaking as if they had a joint estate. He also revealed that Mbali earned R700 000 in the past six months from her acting role and she therefore has enough money of her own.

Mbali wants Black Coffee to pay her R4 Million for legal fees before the matter can be heard in court.

She wants the popular DJ to pay her R131 000 per month for maintenance, R80 000 per month for child support and R17 800 per month for beauty treatments.

In June, Sunday Sun revealed that Mbali wanted R100 000 per month for maintenance and child support, petrol and groceries.

She also demanded R17 000 a month for beauty treatments and medical expenses and R30 000 monthly pocket money that she used to receive when the two were still married.

Sunday Sun also revealed that Black Coffee earns an estimated R100 Million every year from his music and other ventures.

However, Black Coffee denied that he earned this income and said his income fluctuates and has been affected by the lock-down. He also revealed that he was hit with a R40 Million SARS penalty for which he has already paid R8 Million.

Black Coffee and Enhle Mbali have a prenup agreement which limits the amount that Enhle Mbali can claim from the divorce to R4 Million. She is now claiming that she was tricked into signing the prenup.

Mbali revealed that Black Coffee owns an impressive property portfolio that includes a R6 Million Home in Sanhurst, a R26 Million property in Braamfontein and other properties in Sanhurst and Northcliff.

The popular DJ also owns luxury sports cars worth over R10 Million.

Please read the full story in today’s Sunday World – 6 September 2020.