Watch video of South African Speaker Zanele Sifuba leaked by Nigerian lover

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The Speaker of the Free State legislature Zanele Sifuba has been exposed by her alleged Nigerian sugarboy who leaked her nudes online.

Sifuba was reportedly subjected to extortion by the young Nigerian who demanded R300,000/Ksh2 million from her not to leak her sex tape.

The Nigerian leaked Sifuba’s nudes after she refused to pay the money that he demanded.

Screengrabs of Sifuba’s sex tape began circulating on social media a day before the video was ultimately released.

In the video, the South African Speaker is seen playing with her private parts like a guitar as she lays in bed completely naked. She was on a video call with the Nigerian who was also stroking his manhood.


Sifuba’s sex tape has been trending on social networking platforms, sparking mixed reactions, particularly from South Africans and Nigerians.

and Edgar Legoale, the regional chairperson of the African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL), have condemned the ‘insensitive’ distribution of Sifuba’s sex video and her birthday suit photos.

Not the first time

According to sources, this is not the first time that the unnamed Nigerian has carried out such blackmail against a notable figure. He had allegedly carried out similar blackmail against Olly Mlamleli, former Mayor of the Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality.

The Nigerian reportedly demanded R1 million/Ksh6.8 million from Mlamleli not to leak her nudes. Fearing for her reputation, she allegedly gave him the money and was spared the humiliation of watching her nudes flying all over cyberspace.

Zanele Sifuba was clearly not so lucky. She could have failed to pay the alleged R300,000/Ksh2 million demanded by the Nigerian because her sex tape is currently flying about.

Who is Zanele Sifuba?

Ntombizanele Sifuba, famously known as Zenele Sifuba, is a South African politician and educator who has served as the Free State Provincial Legislature’s Speaker since May 2019.

Sifuba is a member of the ruling African National Congress (ANC). Coincidentally, her party leader President Cyril Ramaphosa arrived in Kenya on November 9, 2022, for a two-day state visit.

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