A man has killed his friend after catching him having s*x with his mistress who was in love with the two married men.
Ceasefire Juba was caught having sex with another man’s wife
An unbelievable tragedy has seen two married men dead while fighting over a woman in public. The woman in the drama is now battling for her life following a violent end to a twisted love triangle.
B-metro reports that the the usually quiet Mlungisi village in Sivalo area, Nkayi, Matabeleland North of Zimbabwe woke up to a tragedy when Jonathan Ncube (34) and Ceasefire Juba (37) died while Sithokozile Ncube (44), a widow who was in love with the two men, made a trip to the intensive care unit (ICU).
Trouble started when Ncube found Juba having s*x with Sithokozile in a bedroom hut at her homestead a fortnight ago on a Friday. The angry Ncube drew his Okapi knife and stabbed Sithokozile on her chest and twice in the stomach.
Blood gushed out and was splattered on the wall and Juba fled for his dear life leaving her at the mercy of Ncube. Ncube caught a n*ked fleeing Juba in the bushes and stabbed him before smashing his head with an iron bar. He died n*ked in the bush.
The man after executing the murder, saw no reason to live again and hanged himself.
Ncube’s widow Thembelihle Mzizi (29) in spite of her husband’s shocking deeds, said he was an honest man.
“He was a loving and caring person who left behind three children,” she said.
They had been married for six years.
Juba also left behind a wife, Eunice Ndlovu (32) who told B-Metro that her husband had left home saying he wanted to meet up with friends.
“He left for the shops to spend some time with his friends on that Friday. By the time I slept (10pm) he had not returned. I was shocked when two men from the community came and informed me that he had been stabbed to death by Jonathan Ncube,” she said.
Juba is survived by three children and the youngest being an eight weeks old boy. Acting Chief Edwin Sivalo confirmed the incident.
Sithokozile, the woman who caused the two deaths was rushed to Sivalo Clinic but because of her worsening condition, she was transferred to St Luke’s Hospital and finally to Bulawayo Central Hospital where she is in a critical condition.