Bev married Chambuka Mufudzi, a medical doctor based in the United Kingdom on Thursday.
The couple exchanged their marriage vows before Harare magistrate Joice Chikodzore.
Hapaguti “Harpers” Mapimhidze, Bev’s manager, who was the best man at the ceremony told The Herald the dancer would not leave her career.
“I say congratulations to both of them as they made a nice and clear decision to get married under oath.
I am happy for them, especially Bev.”
Harpers insisted that although Bev was married, she would not quit her profession as a dancer.
Bev is set to perform next month at Ligi Sports Bar along
Robert Mugabe Road in Harare, and then in Zvishavane, Harpers told the publication.
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