Man attacks wife with hammer
A JAMBEZI man has appeared in court charged with physical abuse after he used a hammer to assault his wife resulting in her sustaining head injuries.
A misunderstanding ensued after the wife told the accused that she wanted to visit her family.
The two started fighting and the wife grabbed the accused’s privates and he retaliated by striking her with a hammer, Victoria Falls magistrate Ms Rangarirai Gakanje heard yesterday.
Buyalani Ncube (47) of Chenje village who is facing charges of physical abuse, has pleaded guilty. He was remanded in custody to today for judgment. Mr Takunda Ndovorwi is appearing for the State.— @nonsy_m
comprehensive approach from all stakeholders.
“The model involves getting reports about a child’s challenges and tracing them to see how best they can be addressed,” said Mr Masoka.
He said some of the challenges faced by the country in implementing the case management model include skills flight which has resulted in the country relying on volunteer child care workers.
Despite the brain drain the social services sector which resulted in the country at some point having one child care worker attending to 49 000 vulnerable children, the tide has turned and the ratio is now 1:10 000.