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MBABANE – Themba Masimula, the alleged murderous pastor has been rearrested.

Masimula’s initial charge is that of allegedly murdering his wife Funekile, whom he reportedly slit her throat and burnt her in a car.
This time around he is alleged to have threatened to kill his biological mother, Ntombi Dlamini, who is a teacher in Nhlangano.
He was rearrested by Nhlangano police on Friday after High Court Judge Sipho Nkosi so ordered. This comes after his mother approached the court to complain that his son was allegedly threatening to kill her and that she now wanted to withdraw as his surety.

Masimula, who was under house arrest, went to stay with his mother in Nhlangano after he was released on bail. House arrest, also called house confinement, is a measure by which a person is confined by authorities to a certain residence and his travel is restricted.
The misunderstanding between Masimula and his mother was after the latter refused to give him keys to the gate which was always locked.
Dlamini told the court, that she was now having sleepless nights as she feared that her son would anytime pounce on her.

According to Dlamini, her son told her that: “I am confined in this house because I am facing a charge of murder and if you continue to refuse with the keys I will not commit suicide but will vent my anger on you.
“Nkosi yenkantalo watsi nangichubeka ngala nalesikhiya seligede utangibula,” meaning ‘if I continue refusing to give him the key he will murder me.’
Dlamini said when her son (Masimula) said this; his faci:al expression had changed and beads of sweat had formed on his head.
She alleged that after saying this he went to his bedroom where he banged the door.

She further narrated that Masimula would call friends into her house to party and have meetings whose agendas remained unknown to her. 
Dlamini told the court that her house was a ‘chaos’ as her son and his friends would leave everything upside down after partying.
Dlamini, who was emotional throughout her submissions, stated that her life was now miserable.


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