Ndux Ju­nior robbed

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - Entertainment - Andile Tshuma Chron­i­cle Reporter

NDUX Ju­nior (real name Wit­ness Mal­aba), son of the late Ndux Malax, was robbed of $20, R300, a Samsung smart phone and car ra­dio at his Nku­lumane home in Bu­l­awayo ear­lier this month.

The artiste, who was once knifed on the thigh dur­ing a botched rob­bery in Jo­han­nes­burg in 2012, ap­par­ently walked into his home on Septem­ber 1 this year and found the al­leged thief at it. Mys­te­ri­ously, this was not the rob­ber’s first visit as he had also vis­ited the same home on the pre­vi­ous day. On the sec­ond day, he got away with noth­ing as he was caught red handed forc­ing him to flee.

The al­leged rob­ber, Justin Tsha­bal­ala (20) of Old Lu­veve sub­urb, ap­peared be­fore Western Com­mon­age mag­is­trate Ms Tancy Dube yes­ter­day charged with two counts of un­law­ful en­try and theft in ag­gra­vat­ing cir­cum­stances .

Prose­cut­ing, Mar­gret Takawira told the court that Tsha­bal­ala al­legedly broke into Mal­aba’s premises on Au­gust 31 and Septem­ber 1.

On Au­gust 31, he went un­no­ticed, but on Septem­ber 1 at about 6PM, Mal­aba (Ndux Ju­nior) was sur­prised to see the main door, which he had re­paired on the same day, wide open.

Tsha­bal­ala was al­legedly caught red handed in the house by Mal­aba.

“The com­plainant then went in­side to check if all was well and was shocked to see the ac­cused. The ac­cused bolted out of the sit­ting room and jumped over the pre­cast wall with the com­plainant in hot pur­suit,” said

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