Ziyambi’s Response Over “Domboshawa Witchcraft” And Deliberately Putting High Court Judges Into Firing Line With Army
10 June 2021

By A Correspondent | Justice Minister Ziyambi Ziyambi who has officially put High Court Judges into the firing line with the army, has to date declined commenting over allegations that he on Saturday traveled to Domboshawa to get Norton MP Temba Mliswa killed. Ziyambi was contacted by ZimEye several times having gone on record saying he will not speak.

Mliswa has produced a picture of Ziyambi’s car as evidence that Ziyambi truly traveled to Dombooshawa for the purpose as alleged.

This comes at a time when Ziyambi is threatening High Court judges and describing the jurists as foreign elements working to destabilize the country, putting them into the firing line with the army.

He at the end of last month said there was an external hand that was manipulating some judges to deliver judgements against government.

“I must also mention and make it very clear that we are aware of the multi-lateral and foreign organisations who have poured in a lot of money through the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights to capture various state institutions and to destabilise the Government,” he said.

“The situation now in this country is that there is a risk of judicial capture where the Judiciary has been captured by certain elements both within and outside Zimbabwe who want to destabilise the second Republic.

“We are aware of certain members of the opposition, the MDC Alliance, who are being paid monthly allowances for causing turmoil in this country and for being arrested.

“The time may now have come to expose all these malcontents and economic saboteurs who are not sleeping until they bring down the second Republic.

“We are going to poke the enemy in the eye and confront it.”

The state security ministry is currently on high alert over allegations that an unnamed Western nation wants to bring arms of war into Zimbabwe.

“Some rogue elements amongst us are conniving with some hostile Western governments to smuggle guns and set up so-called democratic resistance committees,” the State Security Minister, Owen Ncube said, in his most recent address last August.