A CHEATING married woman from Emakhandeni suburb in Bulawayo is facing a tough time because her jealous boyfriend beats her whenever he finds her talking to any man.
A neighbour to Faith Ndaba (29), who requested anonymity, said Faith’s husband was based in South Africa, and only comes to Zimbabwe once a year.
The source said Faith has been in love with Promise Dube of Luveve suburb for almost a year now. Faith takes care of her side bae and pampers him with money for booze.
“Faith loves her boyfriend, she gives him money whenever he asks. Faith is moneyed because her husband who is based in South Africa frequently sends her money,” said the source.
When asked about his relationship and the incident that landed him in court Promise could only say: “When I fell in love with her, I never knew that she was married.”
When B-Metro asked about the affair, Faith did not deny that she secretly “services” Promise, but begged this publication not to publish the story.
“Who told you about the issue? Please don’t write this story, because it has the potential of wrecking my marriage and I do not want to be on social media,” she grovelled.
After a few minutes, she warmed up to this reporter and said: “I have been in love with Promise for almost a year now, but the problem with him is that he is violent because whenever he finds me with a man, he beats me up,” she said.
She further said last week on Saturday she almost died at the hands of her abusive boyfriend.
“We were walking home from a party in Luveve. Along the way, he started to accuse me of talking to a man at the party. He then beat me several times. When we were about to reach my place, he violently kicked me, I fell to the ground and bled. After that I fainted and woke up drenched with water. I believe he poured water on me so as to resuscitate me,” she said.
She said after that she reported Promise at Luveve Police Station leading to his arrest.
Promise appeared before Western Commonage Court magistrate Tancy Dube facing an assault charge.
He was remanded out of custody to next week Tuesday for routine remand.