According to the will, which was seen by MzansiGuardian reporters, Mandoza left his cars to his son, Tokollo Tshabalala. Reads part of the will , “I, Mduduzi Edmund Tshabalala, declare this to be my Will, and I revoke any and all wills and codicils I previously made. I direct my executors to pay my enforceable unsecured debts and funeral expenses, the expenses of my last illness, and the expenses of administering my estate.“
His wife, Mpho Tshabalala is said to have received the house in which they shared and close to R4,5 million in money.
However, there was major shock when another name, Margie Van Wik, a 35 year old Afrikaans woman’s name was called out and according to the will, she is the benefactor of a townhouse in Durban and a BMW car. This news came as a shock to all present since no one knew who Margie was and it was the first time they were learning about a townhouse in Durban or the BMW.
The news caught Mandoza’s wife by surprise and she had to receive medical attention after she fainted. When she regained consciousness, Mpho refused to comment.
The lady, Margie, who was present at the reading of the will as required by law, refused to reveal her relationship with the late kwaito legend.