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    Suspended Zanu-PF chair in court for obstructing justice




    TATENDA CHIZU

    MASVINGO
    – Suspended Zanu PF chairman for Masvingo Province, Ezra Chadzamira (41) has appeared in court facing charges of obstructing the course of justice when he stopped a messenger of court from carrying out his duties.
    It is the State case that Chadzamira, together with accomplices obstructed Sylvester Ndebele who is a messenger of court from evicting some residents from houses belonging to Mashava Mine.
    Chadzamira allegedly offloaded the property that Ndebele had loaded into the messenger of court's car. Police had to advise Ndebele to leave the place and go to the Police station as the security officers became worried for his safety.
    Ndebele was armed with a court order.
    Chadzamira is jointly charged with Alex Mugova (35), Tawanda Ndube (40), Notwell Ruzengwe (58), Aaron Muvengwa (30) and Edmond Chikukwa (35).
    It is the State case that on December 17, 19 and 23 December 2014, Chadzamira and his crew stopped Ndebele from evicting the alleged illegal tenants.
    Ndebele told the court that Police officers that were with him told him to leave and get back to the station as they became afraid that he could be assaulted.
     "They were shouting at us and I told them if they want to kill me they could go ahead", said Ndebele.
    Chadzamira's lawyer Charles Ndlovu told Ndebele that the administrator had written an email to the Messenger of court ordering him to stop evicting people but Ndebele said he didn't know about it.
    The trial will continue on June 29, 2016.
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