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Chiyangwa's Children Dismissed From School Over Fees Arreas

Chiyangwa's Children Dismissed From School Over Fees Arreas

Businessman Philip Chiyangwa has been taken to court by his ex-wife Pamela Rusere for failing to pay maintenance and school fees for the two minor children.

Court documents show that the estranged couple’s children have been dismissed from a school in South Africa over fees arrears.

In her application for correction and variation of the maintenance order at the High Court, Rusere accused Chiyangwa of ignoring her messages informing him the children’s fees were due. Said Rusere:

The minor children have now been dismissed from school as the grace period has lapsed and, therefore, are not attending school and this is taking a toll on them and affecting them psychologically as the dismissal is embarrassing for them and interfering with their right to education which is a constitutionally entrenched right.

The children are suffering irreparable harm and prejudice, each day that they are not in school as they will not have a chance to catch up on any class that they have missed.

Chiyangwa asked the court for a variation of his $40 000 maintenance to $8 000, which was granted in default.

But Rusere said Chiyangwa was refusing to pay maintenance and school fees for the minor children on the pretext that the payment of maintenance was stayed by the High Court.

Rusere is challenging the variation and is seeking an order compelling Chiyangwa to continue paying the $40 000 monthly maintenance pending the variation appeal.

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19 Comments

Zuze 3 months ago

Itsotsi mudhara uyu


😂😂 3 months ago

Chiyangwa is an embarrassment to fatherhood


incorrect 3 months ago

so what Waticha wacho haasi kuenda .CCC your answer


ngorima mushava 3 months ago

so the mother doesn't have also to pay fees ?why can't she sent the kids back home to their father


Chasura chati bwege 3 months ago

Ikodzero yemwana kudzidza zvisinei nekurambana kwababa na mai


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patriotic 3 months ago

ndosaka vasina shungu dzekugadzirisa zvema salaries ema civil servants particularly teachers nekuti wavo vana vanofunda kunze kwenyika


chimuti 3 months ago

40 000 iiiiiiiii


Doroguru 3 months ago

Madara ematumbu aya hushumiri hwepasi peguvhu vanohuda mmm🤔🤔🙆🏽‍♂️


WILLIAM SONBOY CHINEMBIRI 3 months ago

THIS IS SHEER IGNORANCE OF THE LAW WHICH DOES NOT QUALIFY AS DEFENCE IN OUR COUNTRY. SHE WAS SUPPOSED TO SHOW UP IN COURT AND DEFENDED STATUS QUO AGAINST CHIYANGWA'S APPLICATION FOR VARIATION.

IT IS NOW A TALL ORDER TO REVERSE THE VARIATION GIVEN TO CHIYANGWA. I AM NOT SAYING IT CAN NOT BE DONE, NO. IT CAN BE DONE. SHE SHOULD ENGAGE A HIGH PROFILE LAWYER AND NOT BUSH LAWYERS.

PEOPLE LIKE CHIYANGWA, TEMBA MLISWA AND OTHER HIGH PROFILE FIGURES SHOULD NOT FAIL TO PAY SCHOOL FEES FOR THEIR CHILDREN BECAUSE THEY BOAST ABOUT [BREEDING] MANY CHILDREN AROUND THE COUNTRY.

YOURS FAITHFULLY
CDE KUFA KWANGU ZVAROVA
[ THE BUSH LAWYER ]


Yes 3 months ago

the zanu thing at it again


Ghetto yut 3 months ago

Kuva nemari hazvirevi kuti munhu akangwara


Dekk 3 months ago

Chiyangwa anoita nezvei ini handimuzivi veduwe


Teerera Unzwe 3 months ago

Chiyangwa is one of the first and probably the most successful of land barons. He made his fortune by bullying his way into ownership of white-owned lands & companies with the help of his proximity to Mugabe at a time before people realized how valuable land was

MuGrade 2 3 months ago

Chiyangwa is a prominent cum politician...he owns multi-companies...a multi-millionaire...a nephew of Mugabe..TV show personality...actor...a sports adminstrator...

Dekk 3 months ago

Hokay thanks

Fman 3 months ago

Aimbova president weZifa kamambo achizouya uye ndiMp under a zanu pf ticket

philimon 3 months ago

dzimwe mari ndedzeropa hadzifadze kudya


Fman 3 months ago

Hezvo Nana chiyangwa munotomboitawo zvipande kkkkkk nhau yekungonongedza yakusiya wava pakona musi uya mwana wako aikumbira Mari kuvanhu yekurapwa asi ukushandira ngozi


ngorima mushava 3 months ago

40000 iUs$ or Rand?


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