Woman Returns From South Africa With Illegitimate Children

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MUTARE– A Mutare woman who fled her matrimonial home for South Africa in 2005 has returned home with illegitimate children. Her estranged husband who has since remarried wants her kicked out of his house. Dunmore Dzanga has told a magistrate he does not want to see Alert Kangoma in his house.

A woman from Mutare in Zimbabwe has shocked her entire community after going to work in South Africa, and then returning to her husband years later with several illegitimate babies conceived with married men in SA.
A woman from Mutare in Zimbabwe has shocked her entire community after going to work in South Africa, and then returning to her husband years later with several illegitimate babies conceived with married men in SA.

“I married her in 2000, but finalized paying the bridal price in 2004. I paid beasts Your Worship, but despite all that she stole my money which I intended to buy 2,5 kilograms of gold with. She ran away with the money and my child only to come back in 2015 with other children,” he said.

“Mukadzi uyu idambudziko mukati meupenyu hwangu mambo (This woman is a burden in my life Your Worship). She just came back last year with children that are not even mine and claims that I am still her husband
and should not evict her from my house because she helped in building it.

“Your Worship, I will not have illegitimate children in my house, she should leave. Besides, I have already married someone else, someone far better than her. I want her completely out of my life.”

In her response, Kangoma told the court that Dzanga chased her away from her matrimonial home and that she was still his wife in the traditional sense as he had not given her a divorce token.




She, however, demanded that she be given the money that she had contributed in building the house that he wanted her out of.

“I do not care if he gives me a divorce token or not. He also has to give me part of my contributions on the building of the house that he wants to evict me from,” she told the court. Magistrate Mugota granted the pair a binding over protection order which bars both parties from evicting, harassing, insulting and assaulting each other. They were ordered to live in peace.

However, Dzanga was advised to seek an eviction order if he no longer wanted Kangoma in his house. manica post

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