I’M NOT YOUR HUBBY’S SMALL HOUSE BUT FAVOURITE HOOKER

THE Victoria Falls woman who was dragged to court by her married lover’s wife for a peace order, dropped a bombshell when she claimed she was a prostitute and the man was one of her regular clients.

Sibongile Ncube, 39, of Chinotimba suburb, told Victoria Falls magistrate Sharon Rosemani that Sibabazile Ncube’s husband had for some time been paying her for sexual services.
She said they usually have sex twice a month.

Sibabazile, who has been married to the unnamed man for more than a decade, had dragged Ncube to the Civil Court seeking a protection order claiming she (Ncube) had stolen her husband and was making her life unbearable.

“She’s having an affair with my husband and that has caused a lot of suffering to me because he gives her all the money. He has even applied for loans and given the money to her. I’ve caught them several times together and on one of the occasions I was in the company of a police officer when I found them in bed. They were in Sibongile’s room.
“My husband is no longer sleeping at home as he goes away for a week to stay with his lover. He told me they separated but he goes to sleep at her house. When I caught them, she insulted me. She told me I had no right over him since I didn’t have a wedding ring,” said Sibongile.

She told the court that Sibabazile’s husband would pay her $10 for a night. “We met at Sports Bar and he paid me $10 for sex for the whole night. I didn’t know he was married. I’m not married and I survive on prostitution. Her husband comes to me twice a month when he gets money and I can’t resist because to me that’s a source of livelihood,” Sibongile said.
She bragged about sleeping with different men, saying as an unmarried woman, it was not her duty to quiz men who seek her services whether they were married or not.
Sibongile said she had been a hooker since her husband died three years ago.

“I’ve several clients and I don’t ask them their marital status. Even those outside this court are my clients. All I need is money to take care of my children. On one occasion Sibabazile came to my house looking for her husband and found me with another man who wasn’t her husband,” she said.

While Sibabazile claimed her husband would abandon her and the children to sleep at Sibongile’s place for some days, the self-confessed hooker disputed that. She said it was not possible for her to stay with one man for the whole week as she had numerous clients who sought her services.

Sibongile, who stays with her infant daughter, invited a tongue-lashing from the magistrate when she told the court she sleeps with men on the same bed she shares with the little girl. “You’re saying you sleep on the same bed with your child? That’s not right for the child’s health. Are you happy with that kind of lifestyle?” quizzed the magistrate.

Magistrate Rosemani postponed the matter to Tuesday next week to allow Sibabazile to bring a witness after she claimed Sibongile lied in court that her husband died.

“She is saying your husband is her client. I don’t know why she would come to court and lie that she is a prostitute and your husband is one of her clients when she was a decent woman. Think about that and your dignity as a woman,” said Rosemani to Sibabazile.chronicle

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