Fake 23 year old medical intern is a KZN ANC leader’s baby mama

indafrica July 20, 2020
Updated 2020/07/20 at 11:28 AM

A KZN high school dropout identified as Snokwanda Ndlovu who convinced health authorities that she was a Wits University Medical student to bag internship is an alleged KZN ANC official baby mama.

Snokwanda Ndlovu accuses ANC politician Jomo Sibiya, her one time lover and baby dad for neglecting his child.

Jomo Sibiya is a member of the ANC KZN provincial executive committee and once got Snokwanda Ndlovu arrested after protection order of harassment was issued against her.

Savannanews can confirm that the two had an affair that saw the ANC leader Sibiya buying Ndlovu an iPhone 6s for her birthday in June last year before the relationship turned sour.

Ndlovu posted the iPhone 6 gift on Facebook with a caption that read,
“A happy birthday gift, thank you Sotobe (Sibiya’s clan name).”

Ndlovu worked as a medical intern at Benedictine Hospital, Nongoma, when she was just 20. She moved to Nongoma Hospital between November 2017 and February 2018, then Hlabisa Hospital later that February. She managed to move from hospital to hospital without any suspicion being raised about her work.

She got a job at Nkandla Hospital in June 2019, and worked until August before she left.

Her luck ran out when she got a job at Hlengisizwe Community Health Centre in Mpumalanga township, Hammarsdale when a member of the community she grew up in opened the lid about her shenanigans.

Speaking to Savannanews over the allegations of being a fake medical intern, Ndlovu stick to her position that she is indeed a medical student and is eligible to do internship. She revealed that she has been arrested and freed on bail but eager to file a lawsuit of wrongful arrests.

She denied to give the full details about her relationship with Jomo Sibiya.

“I have to work and provide for my child, let him be. One day karma will catch up with him,” she said.

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