Woman bashes ex over ‘threesome’

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Melody Baya, Court Reporter
A WOMAN hit her ex-husband with a water glass on the head when she found him in bed with two alleged prostitutes, a court heard.

Simiselo Khumalo, 26, of Nkulumane suburb admitted to magistrate Abednico Ndebele she assaulted Never Sibanda, 31.

Ndebele cautioned and discharged Khumalo.

She said although she had separated with Ncube, the two had an on and off relationship.

Khumalo told the court she had been under the impression that they were working things out with Sibanda, adding she got violent because she was angry and she loved him.

“He paid my bride price and he was my husband. But we separated after we had a misunderstanding and my parents took me back home. Even though we split, we have been seeing each other from time to time,” said Khumalo.

“When I saw him with the two naked women in bed I lost it and the two ladies fled. I then assaulted him because I was very angry.”
Sibanda, however, said the women Khumalo found in his room were his aunts who had visited.

“The women found in my room were not my girlfriends. We were not in bed together but I was sleeping on the floor,” said Sibanda.

Ndebele warned Khumalo not to use violence to solve her problems and urged the two to resolve their issues amicably.

“Go and resolve your problems without fighting. If you resort to violence over a man, next time I will send you to prison,” said Ndebele.
Stewart Madzore prosecuted.

 

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  • Mairosi Chibhanguza

    There’s an old myth that frogs will pull down other frogs trying to escape a pot of boiling water. That’s likely the stuff of folklore, but the dynamic is real: In everyone’s life, there will always be people who will resist, threaten and sabotage the possibility of self-improvement.

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  • Zuze

    The sad part is that if he carries on with this he might be deciding his fate. People that harp on a subject and mess with others in this way might be deciding their fate. The Okapi that he so desires he might just get. His obviously black so he knows what I mean.