Zimbabwean Woman Goes For Seven Years Pregnant After She Was Bewitched for Snatching Someone’s Husband 

In a baffling and troubling case, 29-year-old Alisa Sakile Marova from Mufakose, Zimbabwe, has reportedly been pregnant for an astonishing seven years, a situation believed to be the result of witchcraft after she allegedly became involved with another woman’s husband.

According to a report by NewZimbabwe.com, Alisa fell pregnant at the age of 22, but her pregnancy took a bizarre turn when she went into labor, yet no baby emerged. Doctors subsequently informed her that there was no longer a baby in her womb, despite previous confirmation of her pregnancy.

In a recent interview with Destiny Media, a NewZimbabwe.com TV channel, Alisa shared her harrowing experience. She recounted how she had encountered a man who failed to disclose his marital status, leading to complications when his wife discovered their relationship.

Shortly afterward, Alisa received a threatening phone call from a woman, which she believes was linked to the husband’s wife. Despite efforts to locate the woman, they were informed of her alleged death, leading Alisa to suspect that she had been bewitched.

As Alisa struggled to conceive, her abdomen began to swell, prompting visits to both local and South African hospitals. However, doctors were unable to determine the cause of her condition. Although one doctor diagnosed her with a cyst, draining it provided only temporary relief as her stomach swelled back soon afterward.

Meanwhile, in unrelated news, Bulawayo Polytechnic has implemented a new dress code aimed at regulating the attire of female students.

The new regulations prohibit skirts or dresses more than five centimeters above the knees, string tops or dresses, biker and bum shorts, revealing clothing that exposes cleavage, shoulders, or stomach, as well as attire that is short, tight-fitting, ripped, sleeveless, or see-through. Male students are also subject to restrictions, including bans on headgear unless for religious reasons, as well as trousers or shorts “dropping” and slippers.

The introduction of these regulations underscores the broader cultural and societal context in which individuals navigate their lives, including the challenges and complexities surrounding issues such as dress codes and personal freedoms.

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