We are receiving details that Local Government Minister Saviour Kasukuwere’s brother, Stanley is being evicted from his Avondale house.
Stanley Kasukuwere is finally being evicted from 16 Argyle Rd Avondale Harare for non payment of monthly rentals.
The fuller details and when this is likely to happen were sketchy at the time of writing.
Stanley Kasukuwere has also been embroiled in a wrangle with the Zimbabwe Amalgamated Housing Association (Zaha) over the ownership of 16 stands in Norton, which he allegedly wants to be given for free.
The man early this year approached the police to try to force Zaha to “donate” the stands to him, arguing that they had been originally given to him by the former land owner, Norton Brooke.
The stands, on former Galloway Estates in Norton, were initially owned by Galloway Agricultural Enterprises before they were in turn sold to Brooke.
However, Brooke breached the agreement of sale by failing to pay the full amount and the land was sold to Zaha. Before the land was sold to Zaha, the National Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment Board (NIEEB) wrote to Galloway Estates, asking them to save the agreement, reportedly at Stanley’s behest.
In return, Brooke allegedly “donated” 10 residential stands to Kasukuwere as a “thank you” gesture.
Kasukuwere allegedly sold these stands to 16 people, who wanted land. The 10 stands were now at the centre of the wrangle between the parties.
More to follow…