Tendai Gukutikwa Weekender Correspondent A CHIMANIMANI woman brewed a shocker at the Mutare Civil Courts recently when she
Abel Zhakata Senior Reporter THE trial of fugitive suspected armed robbers who disappeared following a heist in Rusape in which they allegedly robbed a supermarket of goods worth $1 500 at gunpoint began at
Blessing Rwizi Weekender Correspondent The courts were left stunned when a father of four offered a paltry $5 for the upkeep of each sired with his ex-wife. Motton Zvomunongoda told the court that it was better for his children
Tendai Gukutikwa : Weekender Correspondent A TOTAL of 10 illegal diamond panners appeared in court after being found in possession of five pieces of diamonds and sacks full of diamond ore in Hotsprings last week.
Liberty Dube : Weekender Correspondent A PENHALONGA man who could not fathom his wife’s shocking revelation that he was not the biological father of his supposed children committed suicide by hanging himself from a tree branch.
Court Reporter MUTARE businessman Ibraimo Richard Dauto, who was accused of stealing an $18 000 machine used to analyse the quality of diamonds from his Israeli counterpart, has
Tendai Gukutikwa Post Correspondent A CITY OF Mutare electrical foreman was arrested for allegedly demanding bribe from a contractor and received trap money.
A Green FUEL security guard last week shot three villagers, who were stealing sugar cane, killing one of them in the process. The guard, Bornface Shungwa (47) of Giri Village in Chivhu has since been arrested in connection with the shooting of the villagers and appeared in court on Monday facing murder charges. Shungwa who […]
Senior Reporter MUTARE will have a permanent High Court in the next six months, the secretary of the Judicial Services Commission, Justice Rita Makarau has revealed. Addressing journalists last Friday during a tour of the now defunct Rainbow Cinema building in the eastern border city which has been proposed to house the superior court, Justice […]
THERE was drama at the Mutare Magistratesâ€™ Court after a Musharu man last Friday appeared in court dressed in traditional loincloths (nhembe neshashiko) after he had breached a section of the Wildlife Act. Johnson Makarira (34) was clad in loincloths and had a pair of short black skin tights inside the loincloths. It was evident […]