Army bosses ordered off war veteran’s farm

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Zimbabwe National Army Commander, Lieutenant General Philip Valerio Sibanda, Brigadier Stanley Mangena and a Harare lawyer, Purity Chikangaise, have been ordered to stop interfering and removing farm equipment from a Goromonzi farm, owned by war veteran, Cynthia Maadza.

Maadza, a security officer at the Parliament of Zimbabwe, filed an urgent chamber application at the court on October 12, 2016, accusing the trio of threatening to seize her property from the farm using force.

In his determination, High Court judge, Justice Charles Hungwe ordered the two army officers and the lawyer not to remove any property from the farm. He ruled that if, at all, they had removed anything, it must be immediately returned.

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