‘The Mommy Club’: Nozipho Ntshangase’s husband Zola reacts

In the video, Zola Ntshangase, who is the husband of The Mommy Club star, Nozipho Ntshangase is having a heated argument with his family.

The businessman is demanding car keys from Nozipho, who was adamant about the fact that she had to use the vehicle to take the children to school.


“I want my car keys so I can leave, you guys are holding me hostage. Do you guys want to fight me in my own home? Are [you] trying to tell me what to do?” Zola asks in the video.

Zola is also seen shouting at his sons and accuses them of trying to hold him hostage in the viral video shared by MDNnews on X this week.

IOL reports that Zola’s treatment towards his wife and children in the video has fans questioning his personality compared to their YouTube videos.

The publication reached out to Nozipho for a comment, who was not available at the time of publishing this article.

She added that she joined The Mommy Club because the show was the right fit for her and her family.

“I watched the first season of The Mommy Club and I loved how classy and fabulous it was. As soon as I saw it, I knew it was something that I wanted to be a part of.”

“So, when the call came for me to be on the show, I knew that I had to do it. It spoke to me as a mother. This is one of the first few times that I am doing something solely for me, and it feels good.” she said.

The publications adds that the reality TV star revealed on the show that she was having some difficulties in her 16-year marriage.

The mother of eight told her daughter Coco, and her friend Titi on the show that her family has been going through the most.

The publication adds that her husband, Zola confirmed in a statement that he paid lobola for his new wife, Misokuhle Mzizi.

“The disparaging remarks levelled at Misokuhle are tantamount to an unfair treatment that is characterised by abuse and stigmatisation,” says Zola.

Zola also requests that we observe the law in our endeavour to prosecute Misokuhle in the court of public opinion without having an account of the full facts.