Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) television presenter Jefferson Muserera and his wife Melisa Tendai Muserera (nee Mudzi) are set to part ways after 10 years of marriage over irreconcilable differences.
In January this year, Melisa filed divorce papers at the High Court claiming their marriage had irretrievably broken down. On May 10 this year, Melisa filed her affidavit of evidence claiming they had resolved to divorce through consent. In response, Muserera said he had not agreed to the divorce and urged the court to consider their consent papers. The matter is yet to be set down for hearing.
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Melisa wants the court to grant her custody to their minor child born in 2009 and that Muserera be given reasonable rights of access. She also wants the ZBC TV presenter to pay $100 maintenance for the child’s upkeep and that the amount be reviewed after three years.
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