A disgruntled man from Tshabalala recently filed a peace order against his wife, accusing her of taking her boyfriends to their marital home.
Memory Moyo, Nhlanhla Ndlovu’s wife, is accused of assaulting him when he asked why she brought her boyfriends to their house.
Nhlanhla Ndlovu bottled up his feelings for a month and lived in silence, but he summoned the courage to go to Western Commonage Court last week to request a peace order against Moyo, who assaults him physically, mentally, and verbally.
Ndlovu claimed in his application:
“I’m applying for a protection order against my wife Memory Moyo.
“She is physically, verbally and emotionally abusing me. She is in the habit of assaulting me in front of her boyfriends.”
He requested that the court help him by prohibiting her from taking her boyfriends to their marital home and ordering her not to threaten or attack him.
In response to the allegations, Moyo claimed that she brought one boyfriend to their marital home, and that Ndlovu is familiar with him.
“And I only assaulted him when he asked where I was because I had told him before I left that I was going to visit my boyfriend.”
According to B-Metro, Ndlovu was issued a protection order against Moyo by presiding magistrate Jeconia Prince Ncube.
The magistrate ordered her to stop taking her boyfriends home and to stop assaulting her husband physically, mentally, and verbally.
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Blessing Zikhali was accused of stealing a Manchester United t-shirt from a washing line before passing away.