Kaseke blames Mnangagwa links

Kaseke blames Mnangagwa links
Published: 11 July 2018
ZIMBABWE Tourism Authority (ZTA) chief executive Karikoga Kaseke denied Tuesday ever insulting a Harare lawyer, arguing that he was the victim instead.

As trial commenced before Harare magistrate Nyasha Vhitorini, Kaseke claimed that allegations against him were fabricated in order to tarnish his image as a public figure.

He told court that he has problems in his office, adding that complainant Philipa Magnify Philips, 40, made-up the charges against him because she has links with President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

Philips denied having any links with or being a lawyer for the first family as alleged by Kaseke's lawyer.

The complainant told court that Kaseke was a violent person adding that this was now common knowledge.

The ZTA boss is a second respondent in matter involving his son's road accident with one Freedom Mazirire who is represented by Philips.

Mazirire is suing Kaseke for $18,000 in damages following the accident.
- newzimbabwe
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