Dineo Ranaka, a South African radio and television broadcaster, is trending on social media this morning after a viral video showed her hurling insults at her husband, Sechaba Thole.
Dineo was seen ranting and assaulting Sechaba with terrible comments in the video, plainly indicating that she was furious with him.
The fundamental cause of their dispute was never revealed, but Tweeps claimed she must have been pushed into overreacting in the way she did.
Uuuuuhhhm okay Dineo Ranaka, honestly…. I just wanna live in your head for two minutes pic.twitter.com/VX0d4Dnm4i
— Tee 💕 (@PoshTeedkay) December 21, 2021
According to one Tweep in particular:
“All I’ll say is that painting the crazy black lady tale is simple.
People don’t just wake up and lose it; there are many minor elements that are missing that may have caused her to respond in this manner.”
Despite the fact that she continued to speak nasty things to him, Sechaba was observed sitting calmly on a bench without responding.
South Africans were not left out of this, as many began shaming Dineo on Twitter, while others defended her comments and actions.
Remember what Blaklez said about Dineo on Leather Face?
She’s proud of being the reason for someone’s anxiety
And black women are applauding her? Shocking pic.twitter.com/VNTRLBAaOl
— 𝐒𝐢𝐲𝐚🇲🇺 (@slimexmegatron) December 21, 2021
I appreciate how you actively advocate for women…but we have to acknowledge that we are all responsible for our actions/reactions.
Sechaba might be wrong (we don’t have full context) but Dineo boasting about giving someone anxiety isn’t it and shouldn’t be justified. https://t.co/cIwDHRy6rj
— ♥️ (@M_sankie) December 21, 2021
If a man did this.. Nkebe nou le re “if he can do this in public, imagine what he does in private” Mara because ke Dineo re tlore “what did Sechaba do to make her go off like this” https://t.co/hzYDpbb4Oj
— 🌸PalesaM🌸 (@Palesa_Mo) December 21, 2021
Sechaba Thole: Who Is He?
Sechaba Thole, the founder of Thole Chartered Accountants, is the brains behind the company.
When he left corporate in 2014 to seek a life of meaning in entrepreneurship, he took a big risk.
Blue Chip businesses, Small Medium Business Enterprises, Government Departments, Municipalities, and Non-Profit Organizations are among the clients he has audited.
He sits on a number of business and community development boards, where he helps to make a good difference in his town and around the province.