ZANU PF BIGWIGS GANG UP AGAINST MNANGAGWA
Zanu Pf bigwigs are reportedly breathing fire down Mnangagwa’s neck with a $20 million lawsuit for their loss of business following the recent cancellation of their 25-year lease agreements to run wildlife projects in the Save Valley Conservancy.
This is after the officials claimed they were on given 25-year leases to run wildlife projects in the conservancy, where they were expected to pay levies and other statutory fees required from time to time.
The bigwigs, through their lawyer, Tarisai Mkwacha, filed their application at the High Court on April 24 this year and the Environment, Water and Climate minister acknowledged receiving the summons on April 27.
It is reported that the government breached the terms of the agreement by unilaterally cancelling their agreement without giving them at least a year’s notice, so they could wind up their operations.
Applicants are demanding their activities in the conservancy be resumed or be paid $19 980 000 for damages and loss of business.