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When I opposed his views he called me “an uncultured disrespectful woman”.According to him, a woman should never say what she really thinks if it opposes her man’s views. 100% Free Online Dating for Zimbabwe Singles at Mingle2Our free personal ads are full of single women and men in Zimbabwe looking for serious relationships, a little online flirtation, or new friends to go out with.He’ll send me a text saying he is not spending the night at home,” she confided.“I can’t leave because I’d be an embarrassment to my family.
He pays all the bills and even gives me a healthy allowance but he openly has a mistress.
He still believes it’s important for his wife to kneel when handing him his food. One would think a highly educated man who has been living in a western society would adapt to his environment.
“It’s being respectful and following her culture,” he said. I recently interviewed Shona women for research on my upcoming book that documents the lives of women in Harare.
Dating back four generations it has been customary for Shona women in Zimbabwe to get down on their knees or at the very least curtsey when serving their husbands a meal. However, the more educated and westernised women do not follow this custom, which has patriarchal overtones linked to the subjection of women.
Some women in my family embraced this practice from the early 70s – they still do.