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Harare man shoots himself following a dispute with his wife

A 52-year-old man from New Cranborne in Harare shot himself to death following a dispute with his 46-year-old wife on Tuesday.

The man, Pasipamire Kanyimo, shot himself after his wife only identified as Virginia had allegedly told him that she did not want to be in a relationship with him anymore.

An argument followed which assumedly forced Kanyimo to manhandle his wife Virginia leaving her unconscious.

Kanyimo somehow believed that he had just murdered his own wife who was now lying unconscious.

He hurriedly left the scene and shot himself to death on the left side of his head. Harare provincial police spokesperson, Inspector Luckmore Chakanza confirmed the incident. Said Insp Chakanza:

Police are investigating a case involving a man believed to have shot himself to death in Cranborne.

Circumstances were that the wife had a misunderstanding with the now deceased”.

One of the house occupants said the now deceased told her that he was going to shoot himself and she ran to their neighbour for assistance.

On their return, they found the now deceased lying in a pool of blood.

In other news – Babes Wodumo Singing at Mampintsha’s Memorial Service

Gqom Queen Babes Wodumo dancing at the memorial service of her late husband Mandla “Mampintsha” Maphumulo, has melted the hearts of many people. The Wololo hitmaker’s fans were worried about her after the news broke out that Mampintsha had succumbed to a stroke following a short stay in the hospital last week.

They have been keeping her in their prayers, and many are relieved to see that she is doing well and trying to remain strong, despite losing the love of her life.

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