Dr Zivhu's organisation is developing land in the Galloway part of Norton, with a number of his clients having already built their houses after purchasing the stands.
Mr Mliswa has made a police report against Dr Zivhu over what he claims are shady land transactions in the town.
Reacting to Mr Mliswa's comments made over the weekend, Dr Zivhu said the legislator was not qualified to comment on his projects. "Mliswa is not a member of ZAHA and he does not have a residential stand at Galloway for him to be the complainant and make a police report. If our members, those who have bought stands from us, have any issues with ZAHA they should report to the police, not for Mliswa to do so.
Dr Zivhu said there were people of high regard in society who were ZAHA's clients in Galloway. "These people include those in the Judiciary like magistrates, teachers, police and army officers," he said.
He said everything with regards to the Galloway project was being done aboveboard. "Titles deeds are not like birth certificates which can be obtained soon after giving birth, it is a process. We applied for a parallel development permit so that people can build their homes while we finalise the process of title deeds.
"This is the process followed in many of the housing development projects in the country, perhaps Mliswa is not well versed with this," Dr Zivhu said.
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