Client Cries Foul After Devious Sangoma Snatched Her Husband
A client from Cowdray Park in Bulawayo cried foul after a devious sangoma snatched her husband after the healing process
Sephukile Mathuthu is regretting ever consulting Malandisa Ncube, from Old Magwegwe suburb after her husband Prince Mathuthu fell ill as she ended up having a sexual relationship with him.
The matter only came to light last week after she visited the Bulawayo Civil Court seeking a peace order against Malandisa while protesting that she wanted the sangoma to leave her man alone, B-Metro reports.
Mathuthu accused Malandisa of having an affair with her husband.
She told the court that ever since she started having an affair with her husband, Malandisa constantly calls her while insulting and threatening her. Because of her acts, she said she no longer has peace as she also texts her insulting messages.
Mathuthu said that Malandisa is always calling her and her husband and as a result, they ended up fighting just because of that.
She further alleged that Malandisa was also threatening her saying she would “fix” her since she was a sangoma.
Mathuthu begged the court to help her by barring Malandisa from insulting and threatening her and also to stop her from coming to her house.
In response, Malandisa admitted that she snatched Sephukile’s husband when they consulted her for help. She, however, said they had since separated.
She refuted allegations that she went to her house to see her husband or that she sent her insulting messages arguing that Mathuthu is the one who sent her insulting messages.
Malandisa said there was bad blood between them after she had an affair with her husband long back.
In coming up with a ruling the presiding magistrate Nkosinomusa Ncube took into consideration the fact that it was common cause that Malandisa was or is still in a relationship with Sephukile’s husband. Taking into consideration that bad blood between the two parties, Magistrate Ncube granted them a reciprocal order. She ordered Malandisa and Mathuthu not to threaten, call or send each other insulting messages.
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