We’ve had Somizi & Mohale: The Union, Mohale: On the Record and now, Showmax is gearing up for the release of Somizi & Mohale: End of the Road. The streaming giant released the trailer for the upcoming unauthorised documentary on Tuesday 10 August. The documentary is set to be released on 25 August.
(An unauthorised documentary refers to a project done without the subject’s permission).
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‘SOMIZI & MOHALE: END OF THE ROAD’
In 2020, Somizi Mhlongo and Mohale Motaung set the Showmax record for the most first-day views with their wedding special, Somizi & Mohale: The Union. At the time, it felt like a historic moment but now, Somizi and Mohale have gone their separate ways after a short marriage.
Showmax’s upcoming documentary, Somizi & Mohale: End of the Road unpacks their relationship and public breakdown following the leaked audio of Mohale accusing Somizi of physical abuse.
This comes after Mohale told his side of the story in Mohale: On The Record, a tell-all special that aired on 4 August.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Somizi & Mohale: End of the Road is directed by SAFTA-nominated director Teddy Geldart, who has worked on Living the Dream With Somizi and Mohale: On the Record.
The documentary will feature footage of the couple in happier times and interviews with several celebrities and media personalities. Somizi & Mohale: End of the Road will have interviews with actress Letoya Makhene-Pulomo, author Jackie Phamotse and Podcast and Chill co-host, Sol Phenduka.
Langa Mavuso, Peace Maphalu, Cameron Modisane, Tshiamo Modisane, MaBlerh, Lumko Johnson, Yaya Mavundla, Gabi Mbele and journalist Sandisiwe Mbhele will also add their voices.
WATCH THE ‘SOMIZI & MOHALE: END OF THE ROAD’ TRAILER HERE
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MOHALE MOTAUNG’S EXPLOSIVE INTERVIEW
In Mohale Motaung’s explosive tell-all, Mohale: On the Record, the influencer dished out several details about his marriage to Somizi,
The 27-year-old claimed that Somizi had sabotaged a job opportunity with actress Connie Ferguson and her late husband Shona.
“Somizi spoke to TT Mbha and asked him to tell people not to hire me. I discovered I was missing out on gigs and I was very hurt that my husband and his best friend cooked up a story to make sure that I don’t get that gig with the Fergusons.”
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