Justice Benjamin Chikowero demands to see Marry Mubaiwa’s wounds physically. Her lawyers arranging that she be brought to court in next hour or so.
The extranged wife of Vice President Constantino Chiwenga is seeking bail variation to be treated in SA, opposed by NPA.
Marry, who had to be wheeled to court earlier to cancel two warrants of arrest, has approached the High Court where she is applying for the release of her passport through alteration of her bail conditions.
The National Prosecuting Authority and Criminal Clerk of Court are cited as respondents.
The estranged wife to Vice President Chiwenga was arrested last December on a plethora of charges that include alleged contravention of the Exchange Control Act, fraud, money laundering, attempted murder and assault.
Marry’s argument is that she has been on remand for close to a year, been adhering to bail conditions and her application falls under section 126 (1) of the Criminal Procedure and Evidence Act.
In an affidavit deposed by Marry, she claims there are no specialists who can deal with her condition locally.
Source | ZiMetro News
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