- Diamond Platnumz and Zari Hassan are still great friends despite breaking up on February 12, 2018
- The ex-lovebirds always visit one another in their different countries and are successfully co-parenting
- On Saturday, November 13, 2021, the two relished moments as a family in a day spent at a mall in South Africa, sharing moments they do not get to have much often
Tanzanian crooner Diamond Platnumz seems to be enjoying his stay in South Africa.
This is the third time this year the Waah hit singer has visited South Africa. Diamond hooked up with his estranged wife Zari Hassan and their two children Princess Tiffah and Prince Nillan all the times he visited the Mzansi nation and even went to their Pretoria mansion.
On Saturday, November 13, 2021, the two relished moments as a family in a day spent at a mall in South Africa, sharing moments they do not get to have much often. Zari shared extensive videos on her Instagram Stories that showed the lovely moments they had at the huge mall.
They kicked off the day with some swimming, but only Prince Nillan and Princess Tiffah were up for it, with Zari showing off the beautiful dress and makeup while relaxing at the poolside.
On Wednesday, November 17, Zari shared videos of Diamond enjoying lunch at her mansion and they both looked happy.
In another video, the father of four is lying down in Zari’s living room while playing with two of his kids, Tiffah and Nillan.
The two make co-parenting look easy and many among them Radio Jambo breakfast presenter Gidi admires their style of co-parenting.
Zari visits Uganda
In mid-October 2021, Zari was in her home country Uganda for work, and together with a local sanitary towels brand she is working with, they distributed sanitary towels to schoolgirls in different parts of Kampala city.
Diamond, Zari Hassan Spend Fun-Filled Day Together in South Africa with Their Kids
She also visited her late ex-husband Ivan Semwanga’smansion.
Zari shared photos posing next to one of Semwanga’s cars. It was a Hummer with customised number plates.
Semwanga, a father of three owned several expensive cars among them Mercedes Benz, Audi, Lamborghini, Hummer, mansions both in Uganda and South Africa and Brooklyn chain of colleges.
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