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HELL hath no fury like a woman scorned.
A Harare woman allegedly burnt her husbands new Mercedes Benz C200 valued at more than $200 million, accusing him of having extra marital affairs.
Rachel Muza (29) who was married to Mr Robert Manyau under customary lawappeared in court on Monday facing charges of malicious injury to property for allegedly burning down her husbands car.
The incident occurred last week in Queensdale.
However, no one was injured.
It is alleged that the couple, which has three children, had separated and Muza was staying alone with the children at the familys Queensdale home.
Mr Manyau, who had been ill for sometime, was now allegedly staying at a girlfriends flat in the Avenues area.
On November 8, he bought groceries for his family and drove to Queensdale in his Mercedes Benz.
When he was just about to leave, his wife stopped him and told him to take his eldest son to school.
He informed her that he could not as he had not yet fully recovered and wanted to go and rest.
Muza allegedly became violent and smashed the Mercedes Benzs windscreen and side windows.
The husband then got out of the vehicle and went to Braeside Police Station to report the case.
Muza then allegedly put empty plastic bags into the car before setting it ablaze.
The vehicle caught fire and was reduced to a shell.
A neighbour who witnessed the incident alerted the Fire Brigade.
Mr Manyau later arrived in the company of a Constable Mupesani and was shocked to find his car reduced to a shell.
Muza was subsequently arrested and was on Monday brought to the Harare Magistrates Courts to answer to charges of malicious injury to property.
She appeared before provincial magistrate Mr Mishrod Guvamombe who convicted her on her own plea.
In mitigation, Muza said she had burnt the car because she did not want her husband to use the family car with girlfriends.
"I burnt it because he refused to ferry the children to school and also because of our separation.
"He was staying with a girlfriend . . . I didn't want the vehicle to be used by girlfriends but by the family," Muza said.
She also revealed to the court that her husband had infected her with a sexually-transmitted disease.
"He has infected me with a disease and since last year I am having problems with my stomach. I am discharging . . . and each time I get treated the discharge resuscitates."
When Mr Manyau was asked by the magistrate to address the court on how he felt, he said his wife was violent and recommended that she be put in a reformatory institution.
"This is not the first time that my wife has done this. She is very violent. At the moment I have a broken leg.
"She broke my leg in March 2001. She should be put in a place of reformatory for sometime and she can come back and look after her children," said Mr Manyau. Muza was remanded out of custody to November 12 for sentence.
Mr Stranger Saungwene prosecuted while Mr Tapuwa Mudambanuki of Mudambanuki and Associates represented Mr Manyau.
Full credit for this news article goes to: the herald online
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