Ayanda Thabethe house

Peter Matsimbe and Ayanda Thabethe’s house. Image: Property24

Ayanda Thabethe and Peter Matsimbe’s house on sale for R19.5m

‘R19.5 million’: Ayanda Thabethe is making headlines after her double-volume house was listed for sale on Property 24.

Ayanda Thabethe house

Peter Matsimbe and Ayanda Thabethe’s house. Image: Property24

Ayanda Thabethe and Peter Matsimbe’s Bryanston double-volume house is up for sale.

The house is listed on Property 24. However, Ayanda Thabethe has been trending against the news.


No doubt the sale comes months after Thabethe’s baby daddy was reported to be on the run. Reports have it that ten exotic cars went missing while in his possession.

However, these cars are at the centre of the fraud allegations. With his case still pending, Peter Matsimbe and Thabethe have listed their house for sale at R19.5 million.

According to Property 24, the house is a ”spectacular modern dream home” in Bryanston East, Sandton. Matsimbe and Ayanda Thabethe’s double-volume house has several amenities, which include:

  • Guest cloakroom
  • Open-plan kitchen
  • Dining room
  • Formal Lounge
  • Fitted 12-seater bar
  • Infinity pool
  • Jacuzzi
  • Pizza oven and wooden braai

The R19.5 million house boasts modern architectural designs. The house has five bedrooms and five bathrooms. It has five carports and two glass garages. Ayanda Thabethe and Matsimbe’s house has exposed bricks, which are complemented by different paint colours depending on the room’s theme.

It has glass walls that allow more natural light. Chandeliers drop dead from the high ceilings. Some rooms also have fixed beam lights, especially in the entertainment areas. Peter Matsimbe and Ayanda Thabethe’s house also boasts a state-of-the-art gym, a golf simulator, a fitted wine cellar, and a soundproof theatre.


However, the media has yet to establish the reasons behind the sale. Ayanda Thabethe’s baby daddy, Matsimbe, is reportedly on the run. He disappeared from the spotlight amid his fraud woes. Since then, the police have been trying to connect the dots about his whereabouts.

However, Peter Matsimbe’s case dates back to 2019. Court papers have it that he used fake documents to obtain loans from a bank to purchase an impressive fleet of cars through his parent company, Matsimbe and Co.

However, a warrant of committal for contempt of court against Peter Matsimbe. Standard Bank only managed to recover two cars before Matsimbe disappeared.

The ten cars which went missing include a Toyota Hilux, Toyota Land Cruiser, Lexus SUV, Lexus LX, Mclaren MP4 coupé, BMW X5 SUV, Can-Am Maverick, Audi Q3, a Nissan Navara and a Volvo mechanical horse.

Meanwhile, Peter Matsimbe’s brother, Richard, is also facing fraud allegations. The controversial businessman reportedly obtained a loan of R22 million from businessperson Jacobus Jansen for two luxury cars.