Former Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko’s son, Siqokoqela, has his bail conditions revoked. This comes after Mphoko breached his bail conditions by interfering with state witnesses.
Mphoko, who is 40, and a non-executive director in Choppies Zimbabwe is facing 170 counts of fraud. Mphoko’s lawyer, Khulelani Sibanda, told Newsday that
We are now working on an urgent appeal to the High Court. That is the appeal we are working on as a matter of urgency and our intention is to file it by end of day tomorrow (Friday).
Choppies Zimbabwe is the Zimbabwean operation of Botswana Stock Exchange-listed supermarket retail chain Choppies. Choppies Zimbabwe is owned by Nanavac Investment (Pvt) Ltd which is itself owned 51% by Siqokoqela Mphoko (son to former Zimbabwe vice president Phelekezela Mphoko) to and 49% the Botswana stock... Read More About Choppies Zimbabwe