<vote /> Kieth Guzah's divorce matter has now been set for hearing tomorrow at the High Court, bringing an end to a two-year long matrimonial dispute.

The ZANU-PF parliamentarian approached the court sometime in May 2014 seeking to divorce his wife, Zandile, claiming they had lost love and affection for each other and their marriage was beyond redemption.

In his proposal for property sharing, Guzah offered a number of properties to his wife, including a house and other movable property but Zandile challenged Guzah’s proposal and accused theMP of lying before the court on the list of properties they acquired as a couple.

She then made a couple of demands including $900 in monthly maintenance for the couple’s two children, who are said to be attending school in China at her expense and $600 per month until she remarries or dies.

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