There are allegations making the rounds that there is a statement that Zinhle Mabena’s estranged husband Robert Ngwenya, child, domestic housekeeper, and the security guard from their estate, contributed to the four cases opened at the local police station in centurion
These cases were opened between 2019 and 2020, respectively. Apparently the security guard at the estate, by the name of Lindo, revealed that he was on duty on the 25th of September 2020, when he was alerted to an incident of domestic violence at Robert and Zinhle’s household.
In the statement, Lindo said that when he got to the house he found the Isibaya actress with scissors in hand, in an attempt to stab her husband Robert, and he took the weapon away.
The security guard also added that after taking the weapon, Robert fled to hide in his car and Zinhle followed him and broke the driver's side window. Got into the car in an attempt to confiscate the car keys so that he would not drive away.
When the guard saw that situation was escalating by the minute he decided to call for backup. This was not first time the couple had been involved in a physical confrontation.
Robert, also spoke to newspaper publication Daily Sun, and talked about the rumored physical abuse he suffered at the hands of Zinhle Mabena, and taking a restraining order against her and made a complaint at their local police
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