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‘The Mommy Club’ star Tshegofatso Manche dragged to court?

‘The Mommy Club’ reality TV star Tshegofatso Manche was allegedly dragged to court recently by an unnamed bank.


The Mommy Club reality TV star and Luxury influencer Tshegofatso Manche was allegedly reported at the North Gauteng High Court by a local bank after allegedly failing to pay off her R100 000 overdraft by her clothing company LA Manche, ZiMoja reported.


Due to her agreement with the unnamed bank, Tshegofatso Manche now stands a chance to allegedly lose one of her luxurious assets. According to the publication, the agreement documents were allegedly signed on 24 June 2014 during a time she’s said to have resided in North-West.

With that, she has allegedly filed arguing that the bank should have filed its papers at the Magistrates Court in Klerksdorp, North-West.


The bank is said to be demanding her to pay R101 05716, however, after calculating things, it allegedly wants her to pay back a quarter of a million Rand.



Tshegofatso Manche is one of the original cast members of The Mommy Club reality TV show which premiered on Showmax on 27 June. The show follows the glamorous lives of five “it” moms in Johannesburg as they navigate their fabulous lives.

According to Forbes, Manche was born into a business-oriented family with her parents being salon and cosmetic store owners. She reportedly studied BCom degree in Marketing Management but dropped out in her third year. Nonetheless, she opened her own business, the clothing store, La Manche which is said to have been registered in 2012.


“In 2015, we hit our million mark [offering local and international clothing]. From 2016 onwards, we hit a decline in sales as new entrants in the market came; rental for my space was also high and the location remote. In 2017, I started 100% custom-making; growth had been slow yet steady and I had nine employees by the end of 2019. I decided to close my physical store in April 2019 and stay with one employee. Now in 2020, we are focusing solely on the online space we have rebranded and restructured,” she was quoted as saying at the time.

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