Abel Zhakata Weekender Senior Reporter THE Zimbabwe Republic Police and the Zimbabwe National Army have instituted internal investigations into last Thursday’s kidnapping and assault case in which two cops and two soldiers allegedly teamed up with two Mutare municipal police officers to attack a freelance journalist over adultery allegations.
Tendai Gukutikwa Weekender Correspondent IT NEVER rains but pours for a soldier, who is implicated in an kidnapping and assault case involving a freelance journalist, as he faces fresh charges of assaulting a motorist while on duty.
Luthando Mapepa Chipinge Correspondent A senior citizen in Chipinge who is serving a five year imprisonment for growing marijuana was on Wednesday jailed another 10 years for stealing Zesa aluminium cables worth $42 000 . Thomas Makhanyeza (67) of Hunzana village under chief Mapungwana area was in January this year jailed five years for dealing with […]
Post Correspondent TWIN brothers from Zimunya have landed themselves in trouble with the law after they attacked their elderly parents with machetes accusing them of witchcraft. Clive and Clever Mariri (27) of Madeokunze Village both pleaded guilty to the charges they were facing before Mutare magistrate, Ms Perseverance Makala. They were convicted of the domestic […]
Abel Zhakata Senior Crime Reporter POLICE Commissioner General – Godwin Matanga – on Tuesday fumed at senior police officers in Manicaland whom he said were steering smuggling syndicates operating along the Zimbabwe/Mozambique borderline, making it difficult for the country to close the leakages that are bleeding the economy millions of dollars in revenue.
Tendai Gukutikwa A DANGAMVURA woman who tried to vote using her daughter’s national identity card during the just-ended ZANU-PF primary elections was left with egg on the face when she was apprehended and dragged to the courts.
Sharon Chigeza Weekender Correspondent HOMICIDE detectives in Mutare are battling to put pieces together and solve how a man who was initially believed to have been killed in a hit-and-run road accident ended up with some of his body parts missing.
Tendai Gukutikwa Weekender Correspondent A DIRECTOR with a local company and an alleged accomplice has been hauled before the courts on allegations of illegally selling property belonging to Holiday Inn Hotel Mutare which was under his care.
Post Reporter FOUR Mutare City Council officials who were recently placed on forced leave following a land audit have described as false, malicious and defamatory statements made by the local authority’s chamber secretary and a Government auditor that they were involved in fraudulent land deals.