High Court judge Justice Charles Hungwe is set to hear the case in which Mr Moreprecision Muzadzi is suing MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai for $80 000, tomorrow. Muzadzi claims he was hired to facilitate coalition talks with prospective allies on behalf of MDC-T before the 2013 election to oust Zanu-PF from office for $7 500 plus a Nissan NP200 valued at $22 412.
He is also suing Tsvangirai, his brother Manasa Tsvangirai and MDC-T deputy national chairman Mr Morgan Komichi for damages arising from an alleged assault perpetrated on him when he went to Tsvangirai’s house demanding the money he says is owed to him for the failed coalition. Muzadzi is claiming $50 000 as damages for the assault.
Last year, the High Court granted a default judgment against Tsvangirai, his brother and Komichi, but their lawyers challenged the decision. The court later rescinded the default judgment and the Registrar of the High Court reset the matter for hearing on the opposed roll.