Man Goes On The Run After Attacking Lover’s Hubby With An Axe
A 42-year-old Silobela man is battling for his life at Kwekwe General Hospital after he was struck on the forehead by his wife’s lover
Tawanda Denhere was attacked by Mthokozisi Moyo when he confronted him for having an affair with his wife.
The incident occurred at Musilahobe Business Centre last Monday.
It is alleged that Moyo and Mabude Ncube of Nduku Village under Chief Malisa in Silobela were at Musilahobe Business Centre when they were approached by Mr Denhere who accused Moyo of having an extra marital affair with his wife.
A misunderstanding ensued, resulting in Moyo attacking Denhere with an axe.
Mabude Ncube also joined in and struck Denhere with bricks before they fled.
Midlands provincial police spokesperson Insp Emmanuel Mahoko confirmed the incident, The Chronicle reports.
He said police have launched a manhunt for Moyo and Mabude who are facing attempted murder charges.
In other news, iHarare reported that a male school teacher has been fined $15 000 for repeatedly sending his married lady boss sexually explicit text messages despite several warnings to stop.
Wilson Ganda, a teacher at Chiroti Secondary School in Hurungwe, pleaded guilty when he appeared before Chinhoyi magistrate Tapiwa Banda for violating Section 88 of the Posts and Telecommunications Act (Chapter 12:05) which pertains to “use of abusive language”.
The unmarried teacher was fined $15 000 to be paid by month-end, failure of which he would spend 45 days in prison.
The complainant in the matter is Lucy Luoma Dzveta (32) of Hunyani, Chinhoyi, who is employed by the Ministry of Education as a human resources manager stationed.
The state represented by Odra Chitora proved that sometime in 2015, Ganda sent an emissary to propose love to Dzveta but she turned him down, indicating she was married.
Since then, Ganda made several attempts leading to his arrest.
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