14 March 2017

Zimbabwe: Pair Fined for Torturing Sister's Lover

Photo: Times of Zambia
(File photo).

Two local men were Tuesday fined $50 each by a local magistrate after they teamed up and pulled the manhood of a man supposedly to fix him for dating their sister.

Rajive Mandava, 22, and Clemence Biningu, 21, of Sakubva high density denied the charges but were convicted by magistrate Tendai Mahwe after a full trial.

The court heard that the two met Farai Mandikodze on February 27 as he walked near Chimoio flats where they stay and accused him of dating their sister only Diana.

The two insulted Mandikodza and the chaos degenerated into a fist fight.

Mandava reportedly grabbed Mandikodze by the collar and pinned him down while Biningu pulled his privates.

Mandikodze screamed for help but the two kept on pulling him, demanding an apology.

Prosecutors said Mandikodze managed to free himself and escaped. He made a report to the police leading to the arrest of the pair.


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