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Rumbi Cites Cruelty in Divorce with Businessman

The High Court granted Rumbidzayi a divorce decree and ordered Herbert to pay US$550 monthly for child maintenance

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Rumbi Cites Cruelty in Divorce with Businessman

A businessman who runs a local transport company, has been divorced by his wife of 19 years over allegations of adultery, cruelty, psychological and emotional abuse.

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Rumbidzayi Gumbo, nee Gadhula, filed for divorce against Herbert Gumbo and also sought custody and maintenance of their three children aged 12 and 17-year-old twins.

High Court judge, Justice Fatima Maxwell, granted Rumbidzayi a divorce decree and ordered Herbert to pay US$550 per month for child maintenance.

Justice Maxwell also awarded Rumbidzayi two vehicles, a Toyota Fortuner and a Mazda 626, while Herbert got a Nissan Hardbody and a herd of cattle.

Their Iveco bus will be evaluated and proceeds shared equally.

The couple also owns a 66.8877-hectare farm which will be shared equally and Rumbidzayi will get 55 percent of proceeds from a pending case.

Additionally, Rumbidzayi got a property in Mt Pleasant Heights and Mufakose, with Herbert getting properties in Crowhill and Snake Park.

In her declaration, Rumbidzayi said she had suffered psychological and emotional abuse from Herbert.

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She said they had been living separately since 2020. Herbert denied the charges stating that he had provided everything expected of a father.

He said he still loved Rumbidzayi, but could not force her to reciprocate the love.

Rumbi Cites Cruelty in Divorce with Businessman 

Meanwhile …

FIREARM was found in a room at a lodge along Masotsha Ndlovu Road in Hatfield on Friday last week while a loaded gun was found on the bank of the Manyame River.

The Noringo Star pistol was found in a room that had been booked by an unknown man and woman.

When the couple did not return to claim the weapon, the lodge owner informed the police.

Acting Harare provincial police spokesperson, Assistant Inspector Faith Mapisa, said an investigation to determine ownership of the gun is currently underway. She said:

The gun was found in a black leather pouch on a couch in a room.

Circumstances are that on January 5 at around 2.45pm, an unidentified car was reported to have dropped a man and a lady and took off.

The duo booked a room at the lodge and at around 3.50pm on the same day, they left and an employee went to clean the room.

As he was cleaning, he noticed a black pouch on the couch and saw that it was a pistol.

The cleaner put the pistol in a cardboard box and placed it in a staff bedroom expecting for the owner to come back and claim it.

But no one came to claim the pistol.


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