However, Guse told court that the couple were having problems because Chirimamhunga was denying him conjugal rights.
“A marriage without regular sexual intercourse is unhappy. We quarrel frequently because she denied me sex,” he said.
“I only insulted her once after I caught her with a certain prophet in our bedroom at midnight. We have a kitchen and, if this was a genuine prayer session, they should have used it.”
The squabbling couple appeared before Harare civil court magistrate Gamuchirai Siwardi.
Chirimamhunga pleaded with the court to bar Guse from insulting and visiting her.
“I want to be protected from his verbal abuse and accusations,” she said.
But Guse then opposed the application saying Chirimamhunga had forced him to label her “whore and a witch”.
Guse also told the court that he now suspects Chirimamhunga of using juju on him claiming he once found salt in the couple’s blankets.
The presiding magistrate granted the protection order and instructed the two to solve their disputes in peace.