Life can be pretty difficult for everyone who is not born with a silver spoon in their mouths. But it seems as though it can be a bit challenging for everyone especially those who have been served all opportunities in front of them on a silver platter. Sbahle Mpisane might be living in a fancy multimillion Rand mansion with a wealthy businesswoman for a mother, but there are three things she feels are missing from her life.
Taking to social media, the fitness bunny who has documented a very successful road to recovery, revealed the three things missing in her life; a home, stable job and a partner to settle down with.
Sbahle had a very public relationship with goalie Itumeleng Khune but he has since moved on with his wife and two children. The reason she broke things off with him is because he was ready to settle down and start a family but she was not interested at all. Now, she is ready for all of that but needs a partner.
On her family’s reality show Kwa-MaMkhize, their family friend Tha Simelane asked Sbahle “Where is Khune?” She then said they separated in December 2019 where she gave him the free-pass to date freely.
Her freak accident caused her to develop amnesia, resulting in her being forgetful of how she and the Kaizer Chiefs goalie started dating. She thought it was only fair to let him date freely.
“He became very supportive during my hospital stay as he would call me everyday. It then came to a point where I took the decision to let him go and date someone else in peace,” she said.
Now, Khune is in a happy marriage with wife Sphelele and when she found out about the lobola negotiations, she wished him well.
Her accident left her with so much recovery and growth to do and her friend who survived a shark attack helped her recover by being an inspiration. “Many things have inspired me throughout my recovery phase & has given me reasons to look at life wholly. But when asked who inspired me the most, how can I narrow down to one pivotal person who made a difference more than others? My friend, surfer & shark attack survivor @calebswanepoel , he stands out as someone.
She then relayed the words he said to her which were, “Caleb said: “Something I take away from my shark attack is to value what you’ve been given. I think a lot of the time we take for granted our bodies, I want to show people that your disability doesn’t define you – it’s just part of you.” – Take your time and flow like water!”
Sbahle recently made headlines when she helped women and children during this pandemic, “Join me for a walk as we take each stride forward towards empowering women and children. Open to all genders and children are welcome. Essentials: Grab your mask, strap on your comfy shoes as well as your water bottle and towel. Bear in mind it’s winter now so be smart. Tag & Share, see you on Saturday.”
This walk gained traction and people were super proud of her.