The women behind a notorious facebook group, 'M'meto wa Atambwali', that unleashed terror on men suspected to be cheating on their wives, have been exposed.
The group, which was threatened with a series of court actions by offended personalities, was shut down last Sunday.
However, reliable sources said Grace Nhlane, who some alleged was behind the group, is not among them.
"It is sad that there's informa¬tion circulating about Grace and Raynolds as characters behind the group. There are several women who are behind this. Grace and Raynolds are not the characters behind this notorious group," said one source, who provided evi¬dence of the women behind the group.
The source said the women behind the group are Agnes Zuze and Sella Kasambara, believed to be in South Africa, while Rita Thera and Christina Machila receive com¬ments from members in their inbox and post them on the group's wall.
Other reliable sources, who con¬fided in The Weekend Times, said the leading members are in South Africa and the UK.
The leading name that keeps on popping on everybody's lips is that of Jane Kathewera.
Kathewera, believed to be a resident in Bolton, UK, has been mentioned as a creator and principal administra-tor of the group.
She is known by the have-been-tos as a regu¬lar face on the Malawian social scene in the UK.
The group started on a high note as a forum where women could address issues affecting their relationships includ¬ing families.
However, as the number of frustrated women who had been used, abused, refused and dumped swelled in the group, the agenda changed from discussing issues to vent¬ing their frustrations and
castigating the men who, in their twisted fantasies, should have married them.
The group used the social network to expose a num¬ber of well-known personalities like lawyers, musi¬cians, politicians and journalists who they suspected to be womanisers. The Weekend Times is in posses¬sion of the long list.
While some allegations appear to have elements of truth in them, the rest appear to have been driven by nefarious motives to castigate the men by referring to them as 'Atambwali pa tauni' and 'mahule amuna.'
The Weekend Times investigations also reveal that most of the members of the group were targeting their ex-boyfriends or husbands.
"I think this group is made up of frustrated prosti¬tutes who target happy husbands of other people in order to tarnish their glittering images. Is it a crime for someone to end relationships with some of these money choppers in town and decide to settle down with a lovely wife at home? They are simply a group of stranded ladies or prostitutes in town who are aim¬ing at tarnishing the image of personalities," said one of victims the chatterboxes.
According to sources, the alleged administrators and regular users of the gossip group include Jennifer Cooke Madonsela and Sella Blessings Chikaphonya.
But soon after they were threatened with lawsuits, the group experienced minor changes like the modification of names which included Nonkosi Dlomo and Bongiwe Nyarukhere.
Apparently things turned sour when the women started discussing relatives of some of the members, to which some objected. This led to a number of aggrieved parties to warn most of the members who contribute on the group's page.
Sources told The Weekend Times that the members started pointing fingers at each other over why they were taking issues discussed on the forum to other people.
Meanwhile, there are several secret groups on Face¬book which are castigating men, notable ones include MG1 and MG2, where married women are referred to as MG1 while concubines are called MG2.