The Daily Sun reports that late kwaito queen Mshoza’s husband and sisters have taken their fight to a new level, after Prince Mzwandile Dlamini opened a case of theft against the two sisters.

This is the second police case opened by Prince Dlamini after the first one of assault that he opened against Thandi.

Mshoza and Prince Dlamini were married on 13 February but broke up soon after.

He says Mshoza was then moved to Witbank by her sisters from Prince’s house in Dawn Park after she fell sick without his knowledge.

The sisters claim that Prince Dlamini wants Mshoza’s money. On the other hand, Prince Dlamini claims that Thandi threatened to kill him when they met at the funeral palour where she slapped and spat at him, resulting in the first police case.

Prince Dlamini says Mshoza ‘s sisters Thandi and Seipati took everything from his house that he and Mshoza owned and left without telling him after her burial. He has opened a case of theft against the sisters.

He told the Daily Sun that he could not attend the funeral because he was advised that his life would be in danger.

However, family Spokesman, Khumbu Sithole, told the newspaper that everything will be decided by the courts.

Please read the full story in today’s Daily Sun – 2 December 2020