Chief Magistrate Mishrod Guvamombe was arrested yesterday on alleged criminal abuse of office after he offered work-related attachment to former Cabinet ministers Saviour Kasukuwere and Supa Mandiwanzira at the Harare magistrates’ court where they are appearing for alleged corruption.
Guvamombe spent the night at Rhodesville Police Station pending his appearance in court today. Kasukuwere and Mandiwanzira are law students at the University of Zimbabwe, but have pending criminal charges before the Harare magistrates’ court.
Police spokesperson Commissioner Charity Charamba confirmed Guvamombe was arrested over the decision to offer work-related attachment to Kasukuwere and Mandiwanzira at the Harare magistrates court. Guvamombe was yesterday suspended from work for three months pending an investigation into the alleged misconduct. His decision was said to have put the name of the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) and the magistracy into disrepute.
Saviour Kasukuwere is a politician, businessman and farmer. He is the former Minister of Local Government, Rural Development and National Housing and former Zanu- PF national political commissar. He was expelled from Parliament as the (Mount Darwin South) legislator in November 2017 following the military... Read More About Saviour Kasukuwere
Supa Collins Mandiwanzira is a Zimbabwean politician, entrepreneur, former government minister and former journalist. He is the former Minister of Information Communication Technology and Cyber Security in the Republic of Zimbabwe. Mandiwanzira is the founder of Zimbabwe's only privately owned radio station, ZiFM Stereo through... Read More About Supa Mandiwanzira
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