ZSE boss' domestic tiff hearing postponed

HARARE - A Harare magistrate yesterday postponed the trial of Zimbabwe Stock Exchange chief executive Alban Chirume, who laid counter charges of physical abuse against his lover Susan Mutangadura.

The postponement was caused by a no-show by a State witness.

Magistrate Nomsa Sabarauta postponed the case to February 15 for trial continuation.

Chirume and Mutangadura, who is the chairperson of the Institute of Directors Zimbabwe, have haggled in court over a domestic dispute.

The row spilled into court after Mutangadura pressed charges against Chirume, claiming that he had assaulted her at their Borrowdale home.

Mutangadura denied the charge before Harare magistrate Sabarauta, claiming that Chirume wanted to frustrate proceedings that are pending in another court in which he is accused of leading the assault.

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