Mandiwanzira Business trip temporarily halted

ZANU PF Nyanga legislator Supa Mandiwanzira’s business trip has been put on halt temporarily following a series of postponements by the court to make a ruling on an application for the releasal of his passport

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Regional magistrate Mr Elijah Makomo who is presiding over the matter is expected to make his ruling on Friday.
The state is expected to call its chief witness, former NetOne chief executive officer, Reward Kangai to testify Friday afternoon.

ZANU PF Nyanga legislator Supa Mandiwanzira’s business trip has been put on halt temporarily following a series of postponements by the court to make a ruling on an application for the releasal of his passport.

Mandiwanzira had applied for his passport  which was attached as part of his bail conditions, to be temporarily released as he wants to go to China for business purposes.

Magistrate Elijah Makomo since pushed the ruling for March 27 saying the courts were overwhelmed only only to reveal that he was waiting on a High Court order.

The state had opposed the application to travel to china on a business trip with fears that he would use that opportunity to skip the country and evade trial.

Mandiwanzira is facing corruption charges.