Lexa Macheke one of the people who fought at musician Jah Prayzah’s recent Beitbridge show, was sentenced to an affective two-year jail term for striking another woman with a beer bottle while fighting over a man.
Resident magistrate Langton Mukwengi described Macheke as “very violent” considering she used a beer bottle in her rage. The court heard that on April 7 this year, Jah Prayzah, had a show in Beitbridge where Macheke saw Kabuchira dancing with her lover and made good her plan. When Kabuchira went to the toilet, Macheke saw her chance and followed her.
Without giving her a chance, Macheke hit Kabuchira across the face coupling her jaw and the neck with a blow. Kabuchira was then hospitalised for two days. Her medical affidavit produced in court says she was inflicted permanent injury. Mukwengi jailed Macheke for 36 months, of which 12 were conditionally suspended for five years. Macheke, who pleaded guilty, will serve an effective two years.
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