Nelson Mandela grandson married his first wife Tando Mabuna-Mandela in 2004 who divorced him in 2018 because of his other marriages. Chief Mandela’s second wife is Anaïs Grimaud who changed her name to Nkosikazi Nobubele. They married in March 2010 in a traditional ceremony. She gave birth in September 2011 to Qheya II Zanethemba Mandela, who was presented to his great grandfather Nelson Mandela at a naming ceremony in Qunu. In August 2012 Mandla denied paternity, claiming it was the result of an affair with his brother.
His third wife is Mbali Makhathini (or, as she is otherwise styled, Nkosikazi Nodiyala Mandela), whom he married on 24 December 2011 at Mvezo. On 6 February 2016, he married his fourth wife, Raabia Clarke in an Islamic ceremony in Cape Town. Mandela converted to Islam about two months prior to the wedding, a requisite to marry into the Islamic community.