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2014-06-15 15:00

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Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned – as top SA businessman Sandile Zungu has discovered after a woman posted a photo she claimed was of his penis on Twitter.

Zungu, the head of Zico Capital, is a wealthy Durban-born businessman and close confidant of President Jacob Zuma. He is one of South Africa’s most influential business leaders and serves as secretary of the Black Business Council.

He’s also a prolific tweeter and Facebook user.

But he’s shut down both his Twitter and Facebook profiles after the woman, who calls herself @DrSK_Ndlovu, posted a close-up photograph of what she claimed was his erect penis, as well as raunchy conversations she alleged they’d had.

Zungu ignored several calls to his mobile phone, voicemails and a text message asking for his comment.

His allegedly scorned lover also did not respond to requests for comment.

The tweets have been deleted but screen grabs secured by City Press show that the trouble started for Zungu when @DrSK_Ndlovu posted on Wednesday: “Hurt, destroyed, lied 2 & made a mistress in the process. Men mustn’t lie about ‘divorce’.”

She then proceeded to tag Zungu in subsequent tweets, saying she wanted to “expose” him for who he really was.

She then posted a screenshot from an undated WhatsApp conversation she claimed Zungu had initiated by sending her a photograph of his erect penis.

“Oops, just a stupid teaser for you,” the man wrote beneath the photograph. He then added: “Nanyte! Don’t forget to suck and delete?...?yours sincerely, the teacher.”

In response, she wrote: “I’m starting to think you have an insatiable sex drive”.

“Hahaha, you’ve not even experienced it,” the man replied. Around 11.04pm on the night of the WhatsApp exchange, the woman responded: “How many birds, floozies, shag-mate, mistress or concubines do you have?” By Friday, all the tweets had been deleted.

The only part of the WhatsApp exchange we can safely reprint. Picture: Twitter

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