THE High Court has postponed the corruption case in which the State seeks to forfeit properties worth US$32 million owned by former police commissioner-general Augustine Chihuri and his family.
The State believes the assets are party of the massive wealth Chihuri corruptly amassed when he was police boss.
Justice Pisirai Kwenda postponed the case to March 16, because he had a busy schedule.
The former commissioner-general is being accused of side-tracking US$32 million of public funds into family companies and buying properties during his 25-year tenure.
He is alleged to have sold five properties between 2017 and 2018 following his unceremonious departure.