Court Orders Property Belonging To Grace's Son To Be Attached Over Failure To Pay Lawyers
Russell Goreraza son of former first lady Grace Mugabe is set to lose some of his property after he failed to pay legal fees amounting to $969,90. The legal fees were incurred in 2015 when Goreraza divorced his wife Gladys Chiedza (nee Chiwaya). He had agreed to pay the legal costs of the suit but has failed to pay Gladys’s lawyers, Sibanda and Partners. This forced the lawyers to approach the court to get a writ of execution.
An excerpt from the writ of execution which was issued last week reads:
To: The Sheriff of Zimbabwe or his lawful deputy:
You are required to attach and take into execution the movable property of Russell Goreraza the above-mentioned plaintiff of Number 22 Kent Road, Chisipite, Harare, and of the same cause to be realised the sum of $969,90 for the above-mentioned plaintiff being costs of suit on party-party scale awarded by judgment of this court dated November 23, 2017, in the above-mentioned suit…
Russell was in the news last week when he transported his mothers three luxurious cars to Botswana, where they were later on involved in an accident.