Businessman Nyandoro’s Fate to be Decided Next Tuesday

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HARARE – The court has set next Tuesday for the ruling on businessman Ronald Nyandoro’s application for discharge in a case where he is accused of stealing a motor vehicle.

The magistrate postponed the ruling due to receiving the State’s submissions late, which prevented her from completing her decision.

During the trial, the State’s final witness, Lance Malloch Brown, testified that he had no knowledge of any agreements between James Landon and Nyandoro, and denied knowing who possessed the original registration book.

The matter was deferred to June 5 for the magistrate to deliver her ruling.

Previously, the complainant, James Landon, had stormed out of the courtroom during Kirk Woest’s testimony, after Woest revealed that Landon had sent police to his house.

Woest also alleged that Landon was punishing him through the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) for revealing the truth about the vehicle deal.

Woest testified that he had lost two cars, which were seized by Zacc due to allegedly faulty paperwork.

He claimed that Nyandoro and Landon had agreed that the vehicle was for sale, and that he had purchased it in good faith.

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