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The woman claiming to be Munya’s niece, Pande M Flady, at the time claimed that Munya would have hired “real thugs” if he wanted to harm the man who he believed that his wife had been having an extra-marital affair with.

This is despite the fact that her husband passed away almost five years ago.

The DJ was reportedly incensed by an alleged affair between Magorimbo and his wife, Anna (Anne Semila) Hassen.

Magorimbo’s was to later deny the existence of the affair as he defended the honour of the son he felt had been needlessly slain.

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This is despite the fact that her husband passed away almost five years ago.The DJ was reportedly incensed by an alleged affair between Magorimbo and his wife, Anna (Anne Semila) Hassen.Magorimbo’s was to later deny the existence of the affair as he defended the honour of the son he felt had been needlessly slain.After paying $1 000, Magorimbo had subsequently become cagey about paying the balance.According to some rumours, Munya had got the idea for this scheme from none other than Matare himself.On that occasion her then father-in-law, a man broken by the wear and tear that the burial of a child brings upon a parent, was so distraught he could not give his son the customary graveside send-off, leaving the speech-making duties to his son.

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This is despite the fact that her husband passed away almost five years ago.

The DJ was reportedly incensed by an alleged affair between Magorimbo and his wife, Anna (Anne Semila) Hassen.

Magorimbo’s was to later deny the existence of the affair as he defended the honour of the son he felt had been needlessly slain.

After paying $1 000, Magorimbo had subsequently become cagey about paying the balance.

According to some rumours, Munya had got the idea for this scheme from none other than Matare himself.

On that occasion her then father-in-law, a man broken by the wear and tear that the burial of a child brings upon a parent, was so distraught he could not give his son the customary graveside send-off, leaving the speech-making duties to his son.

000, Magorimbo had subsequently become cagey about paying the balance.

According to some rumours, Munya had got the idea for this scheme from none other than Matare himself.

On that occasion her then father-in-law, a man broken by the wear and tear that the burial of a child brings upon a parent, was so distraught he could not give his son the customary graveside send-off, leaving the speech-making duties to his son.

A 21-year-old Millicent had adopted the surname, next to the one that belonged to her father, after she got married to Tinashe Magorimbo, then a 27-year-old human resources manager at the Premier Service Medical Investments (PSMI).The key to answering that questioning lies in not who she is now dating, but in her last name, Magorimbo.The last time that Zimbabwe saw Millicent she was dressed in black.According to a woman who claimed to be Munya’s niece, Pande M Flady, the relationship between the two had therefore been long over by the time of the alleged kidnapping.However a relative alleged that Anna had indeed confirmed the affair, which had led to a breakdown in relations between her and Munya.“She said it in front of the family that she was indeed dating Magorimbo and Munya told her it was over.