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Mahere Warned Over Taking Pictures

Mahere Warned Over Taking Pictures

A Harare magistrate on Tuesday ordered CCC spokesperson Fadzayi Mahere to desist from taking pictures and posting them on social media during court sessions.

This came after Mahere allegedly took pictures of a prosecutor handling her matter and posted them on social media.

Harare regional magistrate, Tinei Manwere, cautioned the University of Zimbabwe law lecturer after the prosecution team of Oscar Madhume and Netsai Mushayabasa, complained of her conduct.

Mahere was said to have taken a picture of Mushayabasa when she was putting across charges to her and posted it on social media.

Madhume told the court that the social media post attracted comments that dented the integrity of the prosecution and their personalities.

Mahere denied taking a picture of the prosecutor and posting it saying she only captured the courtroom to inform her followers that her trial had opened.

Mahere was in court for her trial on allegations of communicating falsehoods prejudicial to the State.

The charges emanated from a tweet in which she allegedly claimed that a police officer had beaten to death a baby strapped to her mother with a baton in Harare.

More: The Herald

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14 Comments

O-Vet 1 month ago

Struck by her beauty, envious of her vibrancy Jamwanda and Baba Jukwa are now co-opting State apparatus to nail Fadzi. Soon we will hear she has been arrested,bail refused apply to the High Court cum Zanu Pf Politburo. The Zanu circus continues at constant acceleration till 2023. Fadzi watch out for leg irons.


Fadzai Mohadi 1 month ago

The omni-powers you give Zanu PF mean they can come kumba kwako and do your wife wakatarisa.
The Court has rules.

Patriot 1 month ago

These CCC lawyers a slowly losing it... They continue to deliberately break the law and post lies on social media desperate for public sympathy


Unpatriotic 1 month ago

And we duly empathize and sympathize coz the regime is cruel.


MuSabatha(SDA) 1 month ago

These ar the results of having a regime as a governt. Everything is junta-ralized. Tirikutongwa nembavha..


Fadzai Murapata (Mrs) 1 month ago

I need the pictures for my Twitter posts.I can't just tell my followers that I was in court without the accompanying pics.


Turoo 1 month ago

Mungaise mukadzi akanaka kudai mujeri, tozosara tichivaraidzwa nei


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dispenser 1 month ago

Saka kana mwana akafa amai vachirohwa nemapurisa on a stamped ,zvinonzi kudii .Tori here angaachirwara


passion sympathiser 1 month ago

*Uncle Roland threatens to seize cars from Passion Java after crash*

HARARE – Socialite Roland Muchengwa has threatened to repossess a fleet of vehicles he claims he gave to self-styled prophet Panganai ‘Passion’ Java to use.

The threat came after a BMW X6 previously seen being driven by Java ran over and killed a pregnant woman on Seke Road on Tuesday.

Java has denied social media claims that he was behind the wheel of the X6 before quickly switching vehicles and fleeing the scene.

In a statement, he insisted that he was nowhere near the scene of the accident.

Muchengwa, popularly known as Uncle Roland, appeared to confirm longstanding rumours than Java does not own the luxury vehicles he drives.

Some are known to be rental cars from Panjap Motors in Eastlea.

“Passion Java is my friend but if what I am hearing is true, I will end the friendship and repossess my vehicles. The news is tragic,” Muchengwa wrote on Instagram.

Fally Ipupa of Panjab Motors who has previously been spotted with the accident X6, said the vehicle was not his.

“If the vehicle was mine the police would have reached out to me for their investigations. Java is not merely my client but also a friend, that is why in some cases you see posts of us together on social media,” said Ipupa.

National police spokesperson Paul Nyathi said investigations are still ongoing to establish if Java was present at the scene.

Police have arrested one Courage Gwezhira over the pedestrian’s death. Java said Gwezhira  works for him.

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waaahh 1 month ago

ndekupi uku

tete 1 month ago

Ko "Short stays" ndo kudiyi?


Mafirakureva 1 month ago

I like Fadzi.methinx she should be wary about being distracted from her core business.
Accusations ,be they true or false ,always leave a snack on one's face.
Am of the opinion , most accesations are a deliberate strategy to being her & her principal's images into disrepute.
Correctme if I'm wrong!



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