News:Frank Buyanga Sues Chihuri, Retired Judge Over Greendale House

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Businessman Frank Buyanga has taken Police Commissioner-General Augustine Chihuri and a retired judge to court in a case in which three suspected fraudsters and a city lawyer allegedly defrauded him of a house in Greendale, Harare, worth over $530 000.

According to Mr Buyanga’s application deposited at the High Court last Thursday to set aside an arbitral award, Comm-Gen Chihuri is cited as second respondent, while retired High Court judge Justice Moses Chinhengo is first respondent.Tawanda Jakachira is third respondent, his wife Winnie fourth, Simon Charewa fifth while lawyers Norman Mugiya and Zivanai Macharaga of Mugiya and Macharaga Law Chambers are cited as sixth respondents.

Chihuri is cited in his official capacity for purposes of informing the court, the status of the criminal fraud investigations against Tawanda and Winnie Jakachira and Charewa being conducted by the CID Serious Frauds Squad.

Recently, police launched investigations on Harare lawyer Tamuka Moyo of Tamuka Moyo Attorneys also linked to the couple Tawanda and Winnie, and Simon Charewa under case numbers CR No. Harare Central 2005/4/16 and DR No. Serious Frauds Squad Harare 16/5/16. The probe comes after reports that Buyanga had lost his Greendale house that was auctioned in a bid to recover $535 000 after “he failed to reimburse” a couple $132 000, following a botched deal. He then made an urgent chamber application at the High Court and a report to the CID Serious Frauds Section over the matter.

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