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Cephas Shava

- Notice Ndlovu, an employee with the Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (Zesa) Rutenga branch reportedly engaged in several sex escapades with a married woman at various secluded places including the company's premises.
Ndlovu, who earlier on admitted in court to having an affair with Sifasonge Muleya's wife, had his application for a protection order against Muleya dismissed by magistrate Honest Musiiwa after his recent failure to turn up for hearing.
In his affidavit, Ndlovu – without citing the root cause of the problem – accused Muleya of shouting abusive words and threatening him with unspecified action.
However, in the opposing affidavit, Muleya denied the allegations insisting that Ndlovu, who engaged in an adulterous affair with his wife Georgina Mandumbu, was trying to evade being held responsible for his immorality.
Muleya, who has two children with Mandumbu, accused Ndlovu of engaging in several sex escapades with his wife.
"The contentious issue at hand is that for over a year, the applicant was having an illicit promiscuous affair with my wife....indulging in sex escapades from the bush, in my house and at Zesa Rutenga depot premises on various occasions.
"I obtain phone call recordings of their conversations with details of their activities and I confronted my wife who confessed and disclosed their activities," reads part of the affidavit.
In shocking text messages that were seen by this reporter, Mandumbu confessed to her husband that she once engaged in sexual intercourse with Ndlovu at one of the company's premises.
Muleya, who in the affidavit also expressed dissatisfaction over what he called lack of inaction by Zesa management, accused Ndlovu of abusing the company's telephone, vehicles and offices to prey on married women.
In his complaint addressed to the management that was seen by TellZim News, Muleya accused Ndlovu of conniving with one of his workmate to destroy his family. Providing dates and time when Ndlovu allegedly abused company landline to communicate with his wife, Muleya urged the company's management to act.
"We are waiting patiently for your organisation to restore sanity within your employee if the behaviour is not in line with company policy," reads the concluding part of the complaint.local

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