Crime & Courts




New Judge President sworn in

The new Judge President Maria Zimba-Dube has taken the oath of office and expressed her gratitude to President Mnangagwa for showing confidence in appointing her to the top High Court office. The Herald …



Café’Expresso lose to former employee

A HARARE man will go ahead to registered his US$9870 arbitral award at the High Court after his employer’s bid to block the legal process on the basis that the award was in foreign currency, failed. The Herald …


Former Vice President Mphoko’s trial deferred

The trial of former Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko on criminal abuse of office charges has been further deferred to August 31 following indications that the presiding magistrate Mr Trynose Utahwashe was not available. The Herald …


Woman arrested for car theft

A Harare woman has been arrested for being part of three suspects, two of them foreigners, believed to be part of a vehicle smuggling and carjacking syndicate operating in the Sadc region. The Herald …


Baby thief in court

The Harare woman, who had almost succeeded in stealing a newly-born baby at Epworth Polyclinic this week, has appeared in court on a charge of kidnapping the baby.  The Herald …


Chegutu farmer convicted for ramming into State House barricades

Nyore Madzianike Senior Court Reporter A Chegutu farmer was convicted of negligence driving after he rammed into drums that barricades road at State House in Harare during the night. Robert Harold Paterson (39), who was believed to be drunk on the day in question, was convicted after trial when he appeared before Harare magistrate Mrs […] The Herald …