Zimbabwe Police, Hunt For Eighty Six Hardcore Criminals

Zimbabwe Police, Hunt For Eighty Six Hardcore Criminals

POLICE in Gweru are hunting 86 hardcore criminals that include 63 rape suspects and 17 murder suspects. According to information released by the police, most of the criminals are from Gweru and Chiwundura communal lands. The Officer Commanding Midlands Province, Senior Assistant Commissioner Abigail Moyo confirmed the list but referred The Chronicle to the police spokesperson Inspector Joel Goko. Some of the criminals have been on the run for the past 15 years. Murder suspects…

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Wife Supplies Policeman Husband’s Uniform, Firearms And Operations Tactics To Robbers

Wife Supplies  Policeman Husband’s Uniform, Firearms And  Operations Tactics  To Robbers

Fungai Lupande Court Reporter A police officer’s wife yesterday appeared in court with three armed robbers whom she is accused of supplying her husband’s uniforms and firearms while acting as their manager. Silethokuhle Nare (37) is jointly charged with Dominic Tichaona (35), Jabulani Nyoni (33), Wonder Mahuni (36), David Hausi (37) and Justice Ndlovu (33). They are facing armed robbery and unlawful possession of firearm charges. Magistrate Mr Tendai Mahwe remanded them in custody to…

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Its Illegal For Zimbabwe Electoral Commission To Hire Out Printing & Designing Of Ballot Papers ITS ILLEGAL FOR ZIMBABWE ELECTORAL COMMISSION TO HIRE OUT PRINTING & DESIGNING OF BALLOT PAPERS:…(NIKUV ROUND 2 ???)

Its Illegal For Zimbabwe Electoral Commission To Hire Out  Printing & Designing Of Ballot Papers ITS ILLEGAL FOR ZIMBABWE ELECTORAL COMMISSION TO HIRE OUT PRINTING & DESIGNING OF BALLOT PAPERS:…(NIKUV ROUND 2  ???)

Human Right lawyers have said it is illegal for the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission to hire out the printing and designing of ballot papers for any election because the Constitution specifically gives them the responsibility to do that in house. ZLHR member Brian Dube said that unless Zec took control of the printing and designing of ballot papers it would be dreaming to expect the 2018 elections to be free and fair. Source: newsday

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Elements That Dont Belong To The Metrojet A321 Passenger Jet, found At Crash Site In Mnt Sinai

Elements That Dont Belong To The Metrojet A321 Passenger Jet, found At Crash Site In Mnt Sinai

Russian news agency reports that, in, initial investigations into the crash of the Russian, Metrojet A321 passenger jet in Mnt Sinai region in Egypt, the investigators have uncovered elements that do not belong to the jet at the site of the crash. This is a statement that is highly open to various interpretations but Egyptian authorities have called for calm as we await official findings to be given. The investigations are expected to take months before…

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Sunday Mail Editor , Investigations Editor & Reporter Arrested Over Exposing Police , Parks and Wildlife Rangers &Asian Poaching Syndicate In Hwange National Park

Sunday Mail Editor , Investigations Editor & Reporter Arrested Over Exposing Police , Parks and Wildlife Rangers  &Asian Poaching Syndicate In Hwange National Park

In  a rare development, Sunday Mail editor Mabasa Sasa, investigations editor Brian Chitemba and reporter Tinashe Farawo were on Monday arrested over reports that a syndicate comprising police officers, Parks and Wildlife Management Authority rangers and Asians was behind the latest spate of elephant killings in Hwange National Park. Sasa, Chitemba and Farawo were still detained at Harare Central Police Station last night and police were still to record their warned and cautioned statements. It…

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Tax Revenue Below Target, Mining Royalties, Company Tax Fall, According To Zimra

Tax Revenue Below Target, Mining Royalties, Company Tax Fall, According To Zimra

ZIMBABWE’s tax revenue for the third quarter came in below target after mining royalties and company tax fell in an economy struggling with weak commodity prices and high unemployment, the tax agency said on Monday. The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) chairwoman Willia Bonyongwe said, the agency raked inUS $878 million in tax revenue between July and September against a target of US$964 million, missing its stated target by 9 percent. ZIMRA collected $884.5 million during the…

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Bulawayo City Council Issues Notice Of Residential Stands Sale

Bulawayo City Council  Issues Notice Of Residential Stands Sale

CITY OF BULAWAYO NOTICE FOR RESIDENTIAL STANDS FOR SALE Potential Beneficiaries who are able to develop a house 1) are invited for the purchase of self-financing residential stands In i) Magwegwe North High Density Suburb ii) Magwegwe West High Density Suburb iii) Emganwini High Density Suburb iv) Tshabalala Extension v) Southwold 2) REQUIREMENTS I) Applicants should be on the ACTIVE Council Housing waiting list by the end of October 2015. ii) Applicants to register their…

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Sinai plane crash: ‘External influence’ caused crash

The Russian airline Kogalymavia has blamed “external influence” for Saturday’s Sinai plane crash which killed 224 people. A senior airline official said: “The only reasonable explanation is that it was [due to] external influence.” An investigation by aviation experts using data from the aircraft’s “black boxes” has yet to give its conclusions. The head of Russia’s Federal Aviation Agency said it was premature to speculate on the cause of the crash. “This kind of talk…

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Zanu PF MP Sued Over Outstanding US$25 000 Zupco Debt ‘ From 2013 NIKUV’, 27 Bus Hire ,

The Zimbabwe United Passenger Bus Company Limited (ZUPCO) has dragged Chegutu East legislator, Dexter Nduna to court on summons over a US$25 000 debt. The bus company accused Nduna of failing to pay for 27 buses he hired during his 2013 election campaign. ZUPCO filed summons at the High Court claiming $25 000 allegedly arising from the hiring of buses by Nduna between June and July 2013. ZUPCO alleges that Nduna requested for 27 buses…

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236 Students Struck Down By Diarrhoea Outbreak At Peterhouse Girls High School, Marondera

236 Students Struck Down By Diarrhoea Outbreak At Peterhouse Girls High School, Marondera

Peterhouse Girls High School in Marondera has been hit by a diarrhoea outbreak that has affected 236 students, some of who have been hospitalised. The diarrhoea is said to have affected all the students who ate lunch at the school on Thursday. A total of 236 students were affected with some being treated at the school clinic while others were taken away by their parents for private treatment. Marondera District Medical Officer, Dr Tawanda Borerwe…

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