Henrietta Rushwaya Taken To Court

A group of Zvishavane-Mberengwa Miners’ Association (ZMMA) has taken former Zifa chief executive officer Ms Henrietta Rushwaya to court for defying a court order by masquerading as the president of the Zimbabwe Miners’ Federation (ZMF).

ZMF was formed in 2003, mainly to champion the interests of small scale and artisanal miners. In June this year, the High Court under case number HC1652/18 blocked ZMF by Justice Nicholas Mathonsi from holding its elections for a new leadership in which Rushwaya intended to contest as a presidential candidate.

ZMMA argued that the process was fraught with irregularities and vote buying by Rushwaya and wanted the elections for a new ZMF national executive postponed indefinitely citing interference by members of the federation’s general council. In the recent urgent chamber application filed at the Bulawayo High Court last Friday, ZMMA wants an order interdicting Ms Rushwaya from misrepresenting or portraying herself to the public or any institution as the ZMF president. They also want the court to nullify all contracts entered into and signed by Ms Rushwaya purportedly on behalf of ZMF. Last week, Rushwaya entered into an agreement with Metbank Limited in her purported capacity as president of ZMF.

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