Royal AM bosses MaMkhize and Andile Mpisane were reportedly accused of having allegedly assaulted security personnel in Durban.

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Royal AM boss Shauwn Mkhize, popularly known as MaMkhize and her son, club boss and player Andile Mpisane were reportedly in serious trouble with one no-nonsense taking bodyguard, Nkosinathi Mbanjwa, who was said to have worked during a match between AmaZulu FC and Royal AM at Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban recently, and is reportedly threatening to sue the duo following allegedly been assaulted by them after he tried to do his job by not allowing them inside a VIP section without their tickets or accreditations, Zimoja reported.

The bouncer reportedly said that the match had not ended well, and MaMKhize had allegedly also gotten into it with AmaZulu bosses before she headed to the VIP lounge.

The 41-year-old reportedly said he “got attacked” for doing his job when he refused to let MaMKhize and her son inside the VIP area.

Mbanjwa was said to have claimed that at some point, he fell on the ground from being “attacked” by the duo along with other members of the Royal AM Football Club.

“Andile and his mother kept asking me if I knew who they were and threatened to get me arrested,” Mbanjwa was quoted as saying.

They were said to have also allegedly hurled insults at him.

The bouncer reportedly claimed Mkhize and Mpisane allegedly assaulted him while other people watched and said “people were scared to intervene” due to MaMkhize’s high-profile people status.

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Mbanjwa reportedly shared that he opened a case of assault and was waiting for his case number. He reportedly intends to sue Mamkhize and everyone who was involved.

It seems MaMkhize has not spoken about any part of the accusations Mbanjwa had reportedly claimed. Instead, yesterday, 5 March, she took to her Instagram and captioned,


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