Mangoma says the violence that broke out in his party’s offices Tuesday was orchestrated by the party’s leadership against him.
Lawyer, David Hofisi of the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights said the ruling is significant.
Khumbulani Tshuma, a Zimbabwean living in Australia, and Nephat Siziba, who has been living in Canada for 15 years, conduct any domestic chores like their wives.
Some residents are now doing voluntary work at council institutions likes clinics, schools and recreational parks with the aim of improving service delivery.
party president, Farai Mbira, said his deputy Justice Paradza will represent the party in New Zealand while the party already has structures in various nations.
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