<vote /> Former Zanu-PF Mashonaland West Province chairperson Temba Mliswa has petitioned the High Court, demanding to be urgently furnished with a trial date in a case where he is being sued by two Cabinet ministers, whom he labelled as gay gangsters.
Mliswa confirmed to NewsDay that he had written to the High Court,
It is true we wrote a letter to the Registrar of the High Court in the case in which I am being sued by ministers Jonathan Moyo and Saviour Kasukuwere. You are aware that I called them gays and they took the matter to court. Now it seems they are developing cold feet. I want a trial and that is what I have asked of the court.
In the letter dated September 19, Mliswa said:
I refer to the above matter which I paginated my papers in the matter as way back as March 23, 2016. I inquire when the matter will be set down for hearing. I look forward to hearing from you soon.
NewsDay reports that Kasukuwere and Moyo were not immediately available for comment as their mobile phones went unanswered.
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