Brother caught having sex with sister

HARARE - A Harare man got the shock of his life after he caught his 26-year-old son having sexual intercourse with his teenage daughter.

The Glen View man is set to testify against his son, who is facing four rape counts, in a trial that opened yesterday at the Harare Magistrates’ Court.

His son, however, told Harare regional magistrate Themba Kuwanda that the sexual intercourse was consensual.

“I deny that I raped the complainant. We did that by consent,” he said.

According to prosecutor Rufaro Mhandu, the man’s two children started having sexual intercourse since September last year until Monday this week when the father caught them in the act.

It is alleged that in September last year, the 26-year-old man saw his sister watching television and asked her to move closer to him before threatening to assault her.

He allegedly lifted the juvenile to his bedroom, where he forcibly had sexual intercourse with her.
After the alleged rape, he gave the girl five dollars.

The man allegedly raped his sister again in October last year after threatening to assault her.

He gave her five dollars again, the court was told.

The man later moved from their family home in Glen View 1 and started renting in Glen View 8.

He allegedly invited the girl to his place of residence, where he raped the girl and bought a skirt for her.

The man later visited his parents on Monday this week.

He found her sister sleeping together with the other siblings.

The man joined the girl in the blankets and started having sexual intercourse with her.

According to state papers, the girl’s father heard the sound of the television which was in the dining room from his bedroom and decided to switch it off.

When he entered the room, he saw his two children having sexual intercourse.

The man quickly jumped off and apologised to his father.

He said he did not know what had got into him.

The girl then narrated all the other incidents, leading to the arrest of the man.

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