Tsvangirai Apologises For Love Scandals

Tsvangirai said he had no intention of hurting his ex-lovers or causing the love scandals that have seen two of his ex-lovers dragging him to court over his marriage to Elizabeth Macheka.
“I know that the journey that I have travelled to make this choice has been rough.
“It has been filled with all sorts of troubles but I am glad that eventually I have made a choice.  I want to say that although the road was not easy, I had no intention of hurting anyone.
“It was a genuine search and therefore I would like to apologise to those that were inconvenienced,” Tsvangirai said in his address to over 15 000 MDC T supporters during the party’s 13th anniversary celebrations held at White City Stadium in Bulawayo on Saturday.
“I had no intention of hurting anyone,” he added.
The Premier has been linked to several women since the death of his wife Susan.
Tsvangirai wed Macheka recently customarily after ex-lover Locardia Karimatsenga won a court order cancelling his white wedding.
Another ex-lover, South African Nosipho Regina Shilubane also launched a court bid to stop the marriage.
Karimatsenga is now demanding US$15 000 maintenance from Tsvangirai while Shilubane says she is angry she was dumped through a text message.