Robbers pounced on Zodwa Wabantu’s house
Zodwa Wabantu lost valuables this morning as robbers broke into her Malvern, Durban house. Zodwa who was in Johannesburg at the time of the robbery lost her belongings including R 5000 worth of grass cutting machines and accessories and six perfume boxes worth around R60 000.
Crying Zodwa Wabantu, who posted a video on Instagram said that she thank the Almighty for being absent when the robbery took place.
“I do not know what would have happened to me, maybe I would be killed by now if they find me inside,” said Zodwa.
She revealed that the robbers tried to steal a bakkie that was in her yard but left it half way after failing to drive it.
The entertainer, whose real name is Zodwa Libram, said that she usually leaves her boyfriend in the house when he goes to work far from home. But her boyfriend had to go and spend time at his home since the lockdown.
“These thugs had all the time they needed. I was called by the neighbours early in the morning today, informing me that my house had been broken into. I asked my boyfriend to go check and then open a case with the police because I am far from home. People are hungry. We are still going to suffer because of the Covid-19 and lockdown. I am crying because I am trying to show people that I have a heart too. I do feel pain as a human being,” said Zodwa.
She revealed that the thieves stole some of her valuables that she keeps in a locked room. She said in an Instagram video that she was was still shaken by the incident event though she was not at that house.
Zodwa said the thieves left the house in a mess, broken cardboard and clothes were all over the floor of the house. In another video, she said people needed to see her cry the pain out.
“We all go through some real problems in life and this incident has left me in pain but I will not hurt the whole day. I will not act tough but I am just showing you that we all go through sh*t and if this is my burden, then I will pick myself up and live through the lesson,” she said.