Crime & Courts

JUST IN: ZETDC MD appears in court

ZIMBABWE Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company managing director appeared at the Harare Magistrates’ Court today facing allegations of violating the tender procedures involving US$1 405 920. The Herald …


JUST IN: Mliswa accused of violating lockdown regulations

Nyore Madzianike Senior Court Reporter Norton legislator, Temba Peter Mliswa, accused of violating the Covid-19 national lockdown regulations after calling a Press conference at his Borrowdale residence in Harare has been freed on $20 000 and has been barred from convening any other press conferences pending his trial. Mliswa, who was being represented by lawyer […] The Herald …


JUST IN: Voyeur fined $3000

A 33-year-old man was slapped with a $3000 fine after he admitted in court to filming his teenage neighbour with a phone whilst she was bathing in Harare’s Avenues area. The Herald …



JUST IN: Vendors defy lockdown restrictions

Fidelis Munyoro Chief Court Reporter POLICE efforts to enforce national lockdown regulations have hit a snag at Warren Park Shopping Centre in Harare, as vendors continue defying the restrictions to slow down the spread of coronavirus. It has now become a new normal for vendors and the police details to play the hide and seek […] The Herald …


JUST IN: Lumumba swindlers denied bail

TWO Platinum Fuel employees accused of stealing nearly US$200 000 in transactions they entered with other fuel dealers between November last year and January this year, have been denied bail by a Harare magistrate. The Herald …


JUST IN: Makodza granted bail

Commissioner Erasmus Makodza, accused of corruptly concealing a transaction from a principal, was today freed on $10 000 bail when he appeared at the Harare Magistrates’ Court. The Herald …


JUST IN: Lumumba loses US$200 000

A LOCAL fuel company lost nearly US$200 000 to its two employees during transactions they entered with other fuel dealers that occurred between November last year and January this year. The Herald …


JUST IN: Traditional healer in court for breaking and entering

Senior Court Reporter A 46-year-old self-styled traditional healer appeared in court for breaking and entering a house in Warren Park 1, and stole various household properties including food items at night. Kesias Kondo, who is jointly charged with Muchuchusi Msimanga, appeared at the Harare Magistrates’ Court charged with unlawful entry in aggravated circumstances. The two […] The Herald …


Chinhoyi Heist: Two set to be released

THE State has indicated that it intends to withdraw cases against two members of the ZB Bank cash in transit personnel who were suspected to be part of a gang that stole US$2.7 million, which was destined to the bank’s branches, along Harare-Chinhoyi road on January 6 this year. The Herald …