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Miscarriage lead to divorce

MIKE MUGALA, Lusaka
A TWENTY-ONE-year-old woman of Chaisa narrated to the Matero local court how she was chased from her matrimonial home after she had a miscarriage.
When she testified before magistrate Pauline Newa, Elizabeth Tembo told the court that she accidentally took traditional herbs her husband’s relatives gave her and she had a miscarriage.
“My husband has been telling me that I am barren. At one point, he went to tell his relatives who in turn went to look for traditional herbs. I did not know that I was pregnant and that the herbs would cause a miscarriage,” she said.
Tembo was testifying in a case in which she sued Friday Zulu, 24, for divorce.
The couple got married in 2015 and has one child together.
She told the court her husband chased her from home upon discovering that she had a miscarriage.
Tembo told the court that Zulu has been accusing her of bewitching him so that he cannot sleep with his girlfriend http://epaper.daily-mail.co.zm/

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