Zimbabwean Businessman Kills Zambian Business Partner Over Profits Sharing Dispute

A Gokwe man, Evans Ngwenya (20) allegedly fatally struck his Zambian business partner, Paul Banda, with a log and fractured his skull following a dispute over the sharing of profits after the two had sold fish.

The Chronicle reports that Banda succumbed to the injuries upon admission to Siabuwa clinic. The publication also reports that the duo had a dispute at Sengwa Fishing Camp in Binga.

Ngwenya who is now facing a murder charge in connection with Banda’s death has since approached the High Court seeking bail pending trial.

The State, however, opposed the bail application arguing that there was no guarantee that Ngwenya would not abscond once released on bail. Representing the State, Ms Nokuthaba Ngwenya said:

The applicant is said to be from Gokwe and had visited Binga on fishing expedition and police are still making efforts to confirm his village of origin. It would, therefore, be risky to release him on bail because there is a likelihood of absconding.

She added that there was overwhelming evidence against the accused and the investigations have been completed hence releasing him would not serve justice.

The amount of money which te duo was fighting for is not known.

More: The Chronicle

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One Comment on “Zimbabwean Businessman Kills Zambian Business Partner Over Profits Sharing Dispute

  1. Gokwe you never understand what goes on there,maybe cause of mixed cultures and different backgrounds,history says condemned witches from Chico/Zaka were all dumped in Gokwe.

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