Tinopona Katsande, Former Studio 263 Actress Beaten Up By Lover

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In a heart-wrenching pouring out of her heart this morning, popular ZiFM breakfast host Tinopona Katsande poured her heart out about how she was beaten up this weekend.

This is after she had posted this last night:

I am a victim but I will come out the victor! Tintin been done wrong ..BIG TIME. Pls pray with me and stand by me. It's goin to be rough

Then she added this, this morning

Was beaten up for asking him to help me clean the house by washing the dishes while I did the laundry

Tino, who played Joyce on the popular local soap Studio 263 then posted a picture of herself.

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