ANC big wig Tony Yengeni fights local businessman for Dineo
ANC veteran Tony Yengeni is at it again!
The former ANC Chief Whip is allegedly embroiled in a nasty cold war with businessman, Jabulani “Cashflow” Ngcobo . . . over a babe.
Sunday Sun sources said the lady in question is none other than Dineo Makalima.
A source close to the situation said afterSunday Sun published an article about Tony, allegedly having a threesome with two young ladies – Tanya Ntungwa (20) and Ayola Williams (20), last year – Dineo dumped him.
“Then she started dating Cashflow,” said the mole.
The source also claimed Tony kept flying Dineo to Port Elizabeth, Cape Town and Limpopo for “baecations”.
“Late last year Dineo was at the receiving end after Tony cheated on her with those girls.
“She even deleted his pictures on her Instagram to make things clear that she’s no longer dating the old man,” said the source.
And now, another source said there’s war between Tony and Cashflow.
“Dineo is currently dating Cashflow and that seems to be a huge issue for Yengeni.
“The two guys can’t stand each other because of the pretty girl between them,” the source said.
A third source told the People’s Paper: “Dineo often visits Cashflow’s house. During the ANC’s 104th birthday celebration that took place in Rustenburg on 8 January, the two (Yengeni and Cashflow) found themselves in the same place at News Cafe. But they didn’t speak to each other.
“Cashflow was mingling with ANC top brass. The comrades even asked why they weren’t greeting one another, but no one came up with a straight answer.”
Dineo said she was with Cashflow at Taboo, but didn’t go with him to Kong nightclub.
“We only drank at Taboo, we partied,” she said.
Asked what she was doing at Cashflow’s apartment, Dineo said: “I was not aware that is his apartment.”
Asked if she was dating Tony Yengeni, Dineo said: “I don’t want to talk about them for now.”
Yesterday Tony said: “I don’t know any of them.”
Cashflow wasn’t available for comment.
This week his phone rang unanswered.
He didn’t return our messages at the time of going to print.