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Zimbabwean Man On the Run After Attacking Lover With Knife In South Africa

Zimbabwean Man On the Run After Attacking Lover With Knife In South Africa

In Seshego, a woman was hurt after her Zimbabwean lover attacked her with knife.

Vincent Kunutu, leader of the Seshego Community Against Crime and Gangsterism, denounced the act and urged the police to intervene.

Kunutu has asked the police to bring in a guy called Bernard Moyo to aid with the investigation.

“This is Bernard Moyo, he cut his girlfriend with Panga in Seshego,” the information adds. He’s not to be found. If you notice anything, please notify the local police station.”

Source | ZiMetro News

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