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Police Border Blitz Nets 8 000

Police have arrested over 8 000 people for failing to declare their goods and using illegal entry points at the country’s ports of entry, Nhau has learnt. Following the arrest of 8 299 people in an operation targeting the country’s borders, the Zimbabwe Republic Police has issued a stern warning …

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Breakthrough In Tapiwa Makore Murder Case

Police have confirmed that body parts recovered from Tapiwa Makore Snr’s toilet and taken for forensic tests, belong to Tapiwa Makore (7), who was gruesomely murdered in September last year. Tapiwa Makore Snr is the murdered boy’s uncle. In a statement Wednesday, Police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyati said communication …

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Courts Resume Normal Operations

The Judicial Service Commission (JSC) has announced that courts are now fully operational following President Mnangagwa’s easing of the national lockdown yesterday. Through Practice Direction 5 of 2021, with effect from today normal proceedings will resume although entry into the courts shall be limited to litigants, their legal practitioners, necessary …

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Chombo Granted Bail

Harare magistrate Stanford Mambanje has granted bail to former Cabinet Minister Ignatius Chombo. Chombo who spent five days in custody on corruption related charges was ordered to remain subjected to previous conditions set in his cases that are still pending before the courts. He was further ordered to surrender title …

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Police Arrest ZLHR Communications Officer

Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) Communications Officer and freelance journalist Kumbirayi Mafunda has been arrested by members of the Zimbabwe Republic Police, Nhau has learnt. Mafunda is alleged to have been arrested together with three Zinasu students. ZLHR director Roselyn Hanzi confirmed through micro-blogging site Twitter. “Very disturbed and …

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Mliswa To Approach Courts Over Housing Developments

Norton legislator Temba Mliswa has vowed to approach the courts to stop further housing developments in the town. Norton is currently facing serious water shortages while service delivery remains very poor. Increasing the number of housing developments without expanding amenities further stretches the already scarce resources. “I continue to receive …

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Chombo Bail Ruling Delayed

Harare magistrate Stanford Mambanje has postponed his bail ruling for former Cabinet Minister Ignatius Chombo to tomorrow after asserting that he was still carefully going through the submissions that were made by the State and Defense. The ruling was supposed to be handed down today and Chombo will remain in …

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