Emmah Chinyamutangira Post Reporter A-63-year-old Marange man was last week convicted by a Mutare court of raping a relative’s child whom he gave some zapnacks to conceal the heinous offence. Fungai Makotamo, of Chikuku village, under Chief Marange, was convicted by Mutare regional magistrate Mr Tendai Mahwe for contravening Section 65(1) (a) of the Criminal […]
Tendai Gukutikwa Post Correspendent AN abused wife who could not withstand her husband’s violent ways even after he was incarcerated for assaulting her dragged him to court seeking a protection order. Fortunate Mutambanengwe dragged Sydney Mukonza, who is currently serving a jail term for assaulting her, to court.
LuthandoMapepa Chipinge Correspondent A CHIPINGE teenager is in trouble over revenge pornography after he allegedly posted nude photos of his 16-year-old ex-girlfriend on Whatsapp group Nhau Dze Gaza.
Tendai Gukutikwa Post Correspondent A TEACHER who was sentenced to 12 months imprisonment last month after he tricked his workmates by using their credentials to apply for loans from banks and converted the proceeds to his own use, has been slapped with a further four-month jail term.
Weekender Correspondent A MUTARE Bottling Company sales representative who was accused of stealing empty crates of soft drinks worth $2 500 together with an accomplice has been acquitted of the fraud charges.
Lovemore Kadzura Rusape Correspondent A RUSAPE political activist will live to rue the day he shredded a poster of MDC Alliance presidential candidate Advocate Nelson Chamisa after being sentenced to 12 months in jail by a Rusape magistrate this week.
Lovemore Kadzura Rusape Correspondent A MUTASA woman who allegedly lured a 14-year-old neighbouring juvenile with goodies before coercing the girl into a polygamous marriage with her husband has been arrested and arraigned in court.
Weekender correspondent HAVING had enough of her husband’s incessant threats to burn her and their children, a Mutare woman has gone to court to seek protection.
Tendai Gukutikwa Post Correspondent A COMMUTER omnibus driver and his conductor who allegedly kidnapped a passenger have been remanded in custody and advised to apply for bail at the High Court.