BARREN WOMAN KICKED OUT

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Keith T Mambo
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Keith T. Mambo is currently a reporter for ZiMetro News . He focuses on identity politics for The Southern Eye. He was previously a fellow at the UCT University of Cape Town for Political Science.

BARREN WOMAN KICKED OUT | A woman has been thrown out of her matrimonial home because she cannot have children. Her husband has since brought home a new lover.

BARREN WOMAN KICKED OUT

Hazvinei Mutunga has dragged her husband Givemore Matsika to court seeking a protection order. “Your Worship, when I asked for my property that is in my bedroom so that he could live happily with his new found love, he said I was only his labourer whom he had used for sx and household chores.

He assaulted me and ordered me to go back to my parents’ place because I have no children,” said Mutunga.

Asked by the court on whether she still loved her husband, she said she would only reconcile with him if he dumps his new wife. In his response, Matsika defended himself and told the court that Mutunga was his second wife. He said she had no reason to be jealous of his third wife as she had snatched someone else’s husband too.

“Before I married Mutunga, I had property with my first wife and I squandered all of it on this woman because she is materialistic.

I sold six beasts that I had bought with my wife to maintain Mutunga’s lavish lifestyle before I married her. When I finally married her, she refused to work, claiming that she was used to living like a queen. Your Worship, I see no reason why she has to be jealous of my new wife because she also snatched me from my first wife,” he said.

He, however, told the court that he still loved Mutunga and wanted her back. Mr Bepura granted the protection order which is valid for five years to Mutunga against Matsika.

He, however, advised them to seek further counselling from their relatives on whether they should separate or not since they both still loved each other.

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