|Nyatanga to be greatly missed|
|Thursday, 21 June 2012 12:26|
The Master of the High Court, Mr. Charles Nyatanga, who died on Wednesday after succumbing to hypertension, has been described by relatives and friends as a principled man whose contributions to the legal fraternity will be greatly missed.
When ZBC News visited the Nyatanga home at Number 12 Mardon Close in Greencroft, Harare, relatives, friends and colleagues were comforting the family on their loss.
A brother, Mr. Naboth Nyatanga, described the late Master of the High Court as a stalwart and a principled man, saying his death came as a blow to the family.
Acting Secretary in the Ministry of Justice, Mr. Maxwell Ranga and Deputy Master of the High Court Adonia Mutero both described the late Nyatanga as a visionary man whose dedication to duty and exemplary leadership was unquestionable.
Burial arrangements have not yet beeen finalised as some family members including his children are expected to arrive from overseas where they are resident.
Mr. Nyatanga is survived by his wife and five kids.