The co-founder of a British-based record label and music distribution company, Jacaranda Media, Charles Guvamatanga, popularly known as ‘Boss Torro’, on Wednesday appeared in court on allegations of raping a young woman.
Guvamatanga (43), who was being represented by Mr Dumisani Mtombeni, was facing rape charges when he appeared before Harare magistrate Mr Dennis Mangosi.
He was remanded on $100 000 bail.
The court heard that on Sunday at around 6pm, the complainant, in the company of her half-sister and her cousin went to Barclays Sports Club in Mount Pleasant, Harare, where they met Guvamatanga.
At around 8pm, the four went to Chinese Great Wall in Belgravia, Harare, for dinner and at about 10pm they went to Guvamatanga’s home to change clothes.
They went out to Evitro Bar in Belgravia soon after midnight and returned at 4.30am.
The complainant was told by one of the other women to use the other bedroom, while the other two women and Guvamatanga were in the lounge.
While sleeping, the complainant was allegedly woken and raped by Guvamatanga, the police were told.
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