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Landlord Sneaks Into Luminitsa’s House & Robs Cash And Goods Worth US$190k

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24 Oct, 2021 | Posted By: Staff Reporter

Landlord Sneaks Into Luminitsa’s House & Robs Cash And Goods Worth US$190k

A Harare landlord sneaked into his tenant, Nyasha Mushekwi ex-wife Luminitsa Dumbisa Jemwa’s house before stealing US$32 000 cash and jewellery worth US$152 000.

Kundai Muradzikwa was not asked to plead when he appeared before Harare magistrate Dennis Mangosi charged with unlawful entry.

Muradzikwa was released on free bail since he was coming from home and not police custody.

According to court papers, circumstances are that Muradzikwa took door keys from the maid of his tenant Jemwa before he opened the door and stole the cash and goods.

It is the State’s case that on an unknown date, Muradzikwa allegedly seized keys from Jemwa’s maid and ordered her to vacate the place because her boss was delaying in paying rentals as well as electricity bills.

The Court heard that Muradzikwa unlawfully entered Jemwa’s house in her absence and stole money amounting to US$32 000, two watches and jewellery, all valued at US$152 000.

A report was made to the police, leading to Muradzikwa’s arrest.

Anesu Chirenje prosecuted for the State.

 

In other news, iHarare reported that former Minister of Finance Patrick Chinamasa’s house burned down in Borrowdale on Friday. According to the Zanu PF secretary for finance and acting political commissar, the family lost everything and were left with only the clothes they were wearing.

Chinamasa expressed gratitude that no lives were lost during the fire which caused massive damage. In a statement quoted by online publication zimeyenews Chinamasa said,

“Thank God the child’s mother, who had just arrived back from work, and the housekeeper managed to rescue the baby.

“The main bedroom, the bedroom where the fire originated from and my study were all gutted by the fire and reduced to ashes. Nothing was saved from these rooms. The Fire Brigade arrived in time to save the dining room, the lounge, the kitchen and the two remaining bedrooms”

A Harare landlord sneaked into his tenant, Nyasha Mushekwi ex-wife Luminitsa Dumbisa Jemwa’s house before stealing US$32 000 cash and jewellery worth US$152 000.

Kundai Muradzikwa was not asked to plead when he appeared before Harare magistrate Dennis Mangosi charged with unlawful entry.

Muradzikwa was released on free bail since he was coming from home and not police custody.

According to court papers, circumstances are that Muradzikwa took door keys from the maid of his tenant Jemwa before he opened the door and stole the cash and goods.

It is the State’s case that on an unknown date, Muradzikwa allegedly seized keys from Jemwa’s maid and ordered her to vacate the place because her boss was delaying in paying rentals as well as electricity bills.

The Court heard that Muradzikwa unlawfully entered Jemwa’s house in her absence and stole money amounting to US$32 000, two watches and jewellery, all valued at US$152 000.

A report was made to the police, leading to Muradzikwa’s arrest.

Anesu Chirenje prosecuted for the State.

 

In other news, iHarare reported that former Minister of Finance Patrick Chinamasa’s house burned down in Borrowdale on Friday. According to the Zanu PF secretary for finance and acting political commissar, the family lost everything and were left with only the clothes they were wearing.

Chinamasa expressed gratitude that no lives were lost during the fire which caused massive damage. In a statement quoted by online publication zimeyenews Chinamasa said,

“Thank God the child’s mother, who had just arrived back from work, and the housekeeper managed to rescue the baby.

“The main bedroom, the bedroom where the fire originated from and my study were all gutted by the fire and reduced to ashes. Nothing was saved from these rooms. The Fire Brigade arrived in time to save the dining room, the lounge, the kitchen and the two remaining bedrooms”


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