Magistrate Lazini Ncube ruled that the testimony of Vice President Chiwenga, in a, case in which he accuses his ex-partner wife to marry fraud, after she would have tried to improve their customary marriage
forging his signature without sound knowledge, keep in camera.
Ncube said: “The other party must show the harm that will be suffered if the case is heard in camera. The the defense has a duty to ask questions to the plaintiff, who was still going if it was in public hearing.
“The state has made it clear that this is the case office of the complainant who must be
protected. In this room, the application
is granted and so it will be