FORMER ZiFM Stereo’s programmes manager, Ruvheneko Parirenyatwa has come out to apologize to Grain Millers Association of Zimbabwe chairman, Tafadzwa Musarara, who has approached the court seeking Ruvheneko’s arrest for allegedly defying a court order compelling her to apologise for defaming the businessman.

Parirenyatwa said on Twitter, “In reference to @NewsDayZimbabwe article of 29.03.18 titled “Ruvheneko Faces Arrest”: Despite not having seen the court application up to this day, I have become aware that I am being sued for Contempt of Court. For progress’ sake, I will proceed to publish the apology AGAIN.”

Musarara is seeking a 60-day jail term for  for Ruvheneko, after she deliberately refused to apologise on a social media platform she had used to defame him.

Source: Online