'It was Mbuso!' Now youngest Mandela named in baby scandal
THE Mandela Royal Family sex scandal is hotting up.
Chief Mandla Mandela's chauffer has now named Mandla's youngest brother Mbuso as the one who fathered a child with the wife of a troubled ANC MP.
Mandla sparked royal controversy not long ago with claims that his brother Ndaba was the biological father of 11-month-old baby Qheya Zanethemba Mandela, who was until last week known to be Mandla's child.
The child was born to Mandla's estranged second wife, French speaking beauty Anais Grimaud, who has since been sent back to her family in Reunion Island.
Ndaba responded to Mandla's accusation by pointing a finger at the family driver, Monde Dlamini, whom he described as a "prime affair suspect" who "has a lot to answer to" regarding the matter.
However, Dlamini yesterday took the blame away from Mandla's prime suspect, Ndaba, naming the family's last born, Mbuso, as "the culprit".
Yesterday some Royal Family members agreed that Mbuso could be the one who fathered the child.
Amid claims that Grimaud and Mandla are headed for a divorce, Mandela's spokesperson Sidima Mnqangeni tells Sunday World he does not think Ndaba is the father but Mbuso Mandela may well be.
"I think Ndaba's name was dragged into this by mistake. One of the Mandela elders, who spoke to Mandla said it was Mbuso."
Mnqangeni says he is doing his own investigations