Mbudzi US$1m fraud case back in court

The duo, who appeared before Harare regional magistrate Donald Ndirowei yesterday, is accused of attempting to divert the Mbudzi interchange compensation funds for personal gain.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Mar. 7, 2024

Businessman accused of abusing court system

The consultant, Ronald Nyandoro, appeared in court Wednesday accused of theft of trust property after  Landon reported him to police.
By Desmond Chingarande Feb. 28, 2024

Mupfumira remanded to January 19

Mupfumira filed an application for review of a ruling by then Chief Magistrate Munamato Mutevedzi in which she sought separation of her trail from Masoka’s. 
By Desmond Chingarande Sep. 16, 2022

Mupfumira faces fresh trial

Mupfumira and Masoka, represented by Admire Rubaya, yesterday appeared before magistrate Stanford Mambanje who advised them of the new development.

By The Independent Jun. 22, 2022

Former ZESA boss acquitted

BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE FORMER Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (Zesa) Holding group chief executive officer Josh Chifamba has been acquitted in charges of criminal abuse of office. . Chifamba, who was represented by Admire Rubaya, was acquitted at the close of the State case alongside his co-accused company secretary Saidi Sangula and corporate legal manager, Garikai […]

By The Independent Jun. 21, 2022

Agric deputy minister gets $50 000 bail

According to the State, sometime in April this year, Karoro approached Phiri asking him to look for a buyer for 700 bags of fertilizer.

By The Independent May. 24, 2022

Court concedes to Mupfumira’s request

Mupfumira is facing a charge of criminal abuse of office. The former minister, who is being represented by Admire Rubaya, filed an application at the High Court seeking a review of magistrate Ngoni Nduna’s ruling dismissing her application for discharge at the close of the State case.

By Admin Apr. 28, 2022

Judge castigates police in journalist arrest

Justice Munangati-Manongwa questioned the State over why it charged Ncube with armed robbery after his defence lawyer Admire Rubaya claimed his client was on a live programme at Newsroom Africa, a South African media house, at the time the crime was committed.

By The Independent Apr. 7, 2022