NOMSA Radebe said her soldier ex-boyfriend is making her life hell.
“He told me that he is going to grind me like mincemeat. He said he is trained to kill and I can’t do anything to stop him,” said the terrified woman from Evaton, Gauteng.
She has been single for two years but claims her former lover, Thabang Rammoneng, sends her threatening SMSes.
“On Saturday night he came to my house and shouted at me and threw stones into my yard,” she said.
Thabang denies Nomsa’s allegations. He said: “I went to her house because I want the fridge, pots, chip fryer, bedroom suite, music system and TV I bought while we were together.”
But Nomsa denies having any of his belongings.
“He helped me with a few payments but he doesn’t own my furniture,” she said.
The couple started dating in 2004. The relationship came to a bitter end in 2012 when Nomsa opened an assault case against him, claiming he had beaten her for refusing to warm his food.
Cop spokesman Tshifiwa Mitileni said the court found Thabang not guilty, but Nomsa obtained a protection order against him.