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MDC-T Preparing to Return Vehicle to Renewal Team

  • Sithandekile Mhlanga

Deputy MDC-T president Thokozani Khuphe

Deputy MDC-T president Thokozani Khuphe

MDC-T deputy president Thokozani Khuphe’s driver Witness Dube and his accomplices are said to have seized the vehicle from Tshabangu’s driver in Bulawayo.

The MDC-T youths in Bulawayo who seized a vehicle used by ousted Matabeleland North chairman Sengezo Tshabangu are preparing to return the property to their rivals following the high court ruling Tuesday that their action was unlawful.

MDC-T deputy president Thokozani Khuphe’s driver Witness Dube and his accomplices are said to have seized the vehicle from Tshabangu’s driver in Bulawayo last month.

Dube and his accomplices allegedly assaulted Tshabangu’s driver and his companions, before stealing cash and cellphones from them.

The robbery case is still pending at the magistrate’s court.

Lawyer Kucaca Phulu, who is representing Tshabangu’s camp, tells reporter Sithandekile Mhlanga the ruling was directed to the manner in which the vehicle was seized by the MDC-T and not on who has the right to the ownership of the vehicle.
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