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D-Day for Mohadi in farm case

D-Day for Mohadi in farm case

By Pindai Dube
Friday, 20 January 2012 10:02

BULAWAYO – Bulawayo High Court Judge Justice Lawrence Kamocha will today 
make a ruling on an application by three Matabeleland South villagers who 
are seeking a court order instructing Home Affairs minister Kembo Mohadi to 
vacate their farm.

Given Mbedzi, Alfheli Nare and Kumbirai Ncube are seeking a High Court order 
barring Mohadi, his wife Tambudzani and his son Campbell respectively from 
trying to evict them from their Plot Number 1 of Lot 9 of Jopembe Block in 
Matabeleland South.

The Mohadis want to evict the villagers to pave way for their 22-year-old 

The ruling will be made today at Justice Kamochas’ Chambers at 10am.

Justice Kamocha took over the case after Justice Nicholas Ndou recused 
himself from the matter.

According to the urgent chamber application filed on their behalf by 
Zibusiso Ncube, the trio want the minister’s 22-year-old son Campbell, his 
mother Tambudzani and their employees, Danisa Muleya and Samuel Sibanda to 
remove all their property and the locks they installed at Mbedzi’s Plot 
Number 1 of Lot 9 of Jopembe Block in an attempt to evict them.

Mbezi also alleges that the Mohadis wanted to shoot him and his colleagues 
with an AK 47 at his farm but the firearm jammed twice.

He said they ran for their lives  but his 67-year-old mother Philani Ndou 
and Soforia were shoved into the Mohadis’ vehicle and taken back to his plot 
where his property was strewn all over the yard.

He said the Mohadis and their agents forced the pair to remove the property 
at gunpoint.

Mbedzi said he feared for his life as the threats by the Mohadis’ were real.

The application comes after Mbedzi, his mother, Philani, Soforia and her son 
Knowledge Muleya, Alifa Mbedzi and James Mbedzi appeared at Gwanda 
Magistrates’ Courts two weeks ago facing charges of malicious damage to 

They will be back in court on March 6 for routine remand over the matter.


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