Elizabeth Tanya Masiyiwa, daughter of Zimbabwean billionaire Strive Masiyiwa, is set to tie the knot with her South African beau, Lethabo Molobi.
The exciting news was shared on her official Instagram account, making their impending marriage public.
This announcement comes a year after the couple made their relationship official on Instagram, posting sweet pictures of their moments together. Their journey as a couple spans just over two years, and they marked their two-year relationship anniversary on July 12 this year. As of now, specific details about their progress in traditional ceremonies, such as lobola payments, remain undisclosed.
Tanya Masiyiwa shared the joyous news of their upcoming wedding with a snapshot of her and Lethabo on a quad bike in the desert. The photo was accompanied by a caption that read, “Let the wedding countdown begin ⏳ …👰🏾”
The Instagram community poured in their congratulatory messages and well-wishes for the couple, recognizing the significance of this milestone in their journey together.
Lethabo Molobi, Tanya Masiyiwa’s fiancé, is a multi-talented individual with a background in sports and medicine. He is also a medical entrepreneur and a healthcare professional. Molobi’s sporting journey saw him excel in cricket and soccer before ultimately choosing basketball as his main focus. He played as a guard for the NW Eagles in the South African Basketball National League.
Molobi holds degrees in various aspects of sports and medicine, including Physiotherapy from Wits University, Biokinetics from the University of Johannesburg, and Sports and Exercise Medicine from the University of South Wales, Cardiff. It’s worth noting that his initial dream was to become a medical doctor or surgeon, but his background in athletics led him to study physiotherapy, and later, biokinetics.
As a medical entrepreneur, Lethabo Molobi is the founder of The Medics, where he practices as a Biokineticist in Sandown, Sandton, Gauteng, South Africa. His expertise is well-recognized, as he was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Biokinetics Association of South Africa (BASA).
Lethabo Molobi was born on August 6, 1991, and his professional journey has even taken him to India, where he worked with Indian Premier League (IPL) cricketers.