Crime and Courts

Rimbi Travel and Tours at the verge of collapse as wife demands 26 busses in nasty divorce

Rimbi Travel and Tours at the verge of collapse as wife demands 26 busses in nasty divorce. This comes after Decent’s wife, Everjoice Rimbi (nee) Sithole hired thugs to bash him and his girlfriend. Everjoice Rimbi, 40, was not asked to plead when she appeared before Harare magistrate Barbra Mateko in mid-December.

Following nasty divorce proceedings, local transporter Decent Rimbi of Rimbi Travel and Tours might lose several properties including 26 busses to his wife after the two are entangled in nasty divorce proceedings.

She appeared together with her alleged accomplices Pamela Mutanhairi, Melissa Muzuva, Washington Njengwe, Richard Chikwaya, Givemore Mazerenganwa, Tafadzwa Mazerenganwa and Brighton Chiteka.

Decent rushed to court and filed for divorce before instructing his security guards to bar Everjoice from accessing the company offices and property.

Everjoice then filed an urgent chamber application in December last year, seeking an interdict against her husband after claiming she helped him to build the business empire from scratch.

The High Court ruled in favour of Everjoice and ordered that no assets should be disposed of until the divorce case is finalised. According to court papers, Everjoice wants equal entitlement to the couple’s houses in New Marimba, Marlborough, and Glen View 1 Extension all in Harare.

She also wants ownership of the company’s 10 buses that are currently being shipped from China, 16 buses plying different routes in Zimbabwe, a road tanker, tractor, several trailers, and light vehicles, Daily News reports.

Source – Zimgazette

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