State Security minister Kembo Mohadi filed for divorce at Bulawayo High Court seeking nullification of his marriage with his wife, Tambudzani (nee Muleya), claiming their marriage had irretrievably broken down.
In his application, Mohadi said he wanted the court to distribute their assets equally. He said he is willing to give his wife a farm at Lot 1 of Lot 10 Jopembe Beitbridge, Umzingwane Estates. The farm comes with 450 head of cattle, fishing compound, safari camp, manager’s house, main house and farm workers’ compound. He also wants to give his wife 460 cattle from his Delma Lupepe Farm.
Kembo Mohadi is a Zimbabwean politician who is the current Minister of State Security in the president'e office. He practices his political trade with the ruling Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front (ZANU PF). He is also a member of the Central Committee and Politburo and representing Matabeleland south province. He is also a member of parliament for Beitbridge. Read More
The High Court of Zimbabwe is one of the Superior Courts of Zimbabwe. The High Court deals at first instance with all high value and high importance cases. It also has a supervisory jurisdiction over all subordinate courts and tribunals. Appeals from the High Court go to the Supreme Court. The head of the High court is the Judge President and the current Judge President of the High Court of Zimbabwe is Justice George Chiweshe The operations of the High Court are governed by the Constitution and the High Court Act [Chapter 7:06]. Read More
Bulawayo is Zimbabwe's second largest city. Its location was selected by the last Matebele king, King lobengula. Bulawayo used to be one of the country's most attractive cities and a major transport hub for Southern Africa until Zimbabwe entered a period of economic depression in the early 00s. The name Bulawayo is loosely translated 'the place of slaughter' or 'the place of killing', which is derived from the Ndebele word 'bulala' meaning 'kill'. Read More