The court battle for Mary Chiwenga continues to go on despite that she is very sick and barely unable to walk a short distance without collapsing.
Mary Chiwenga, who is an ex-wife to the vice president of Zimbabwe is currently fighting a court battle that seems like it will not come to an end.
The court battle is like a messy divorce that includes affairs of her previous marriage as well as her children. The court battle is mostly about getting custody of her children.
However because of her critical illness Mary has collapsed at the court multiple times. Today she collapsed on the way into the court.
Many people believe that he is not being granted time to heal because of the high political connections that her husband has.
On some occasions he had to be taken to the court in ambulances because she could not make it there alone however the court case is still go on and are not postponed.
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