SIPHO Maseko, the chief executive officer of Telkom, has been charged with unlawfully driving a car with falsified licence plates and deceiving law enforcement agencies.
With only written legal arguments remaining to be filed, the disciplinary inquiry into illegal rendition allegations against Hawks head Shadrack Sibiya came to an end yesterday after his cross-examination.
THREE villagers from Fort Rixon area in Matabeleland South allegedly tied a member of the police constabulary with barbed wire before robbing him of his mobile phone and cash.
A 17-year-old Lower Gweru boy who last year fatally struck his then 22-year-old mate with a knobkerrie following a row over cattle herding duties has been jailed three years for culpable homicide.
RIOT police on Friday maintained a heavy presence in Gweru city centre, thwarting a planned demonstration by MDC-T provincial youth assembly members against the declining economy and general unemployment the youths face.
A BULAWAYO magistrate yesterday freed five villagers from Insiza and Mberengwa accused of parcelling out land including parts of Debshan Ranch owned by the wealthy Oppenheimer family saying they had not committed any offence.
A BULAWAYO man, Mickton Rujuni, yesterday told the court that his tenant’s wife covered herself with a towel and stormed out of their bedroom before the towel dropped off, exposing her naked body.
GWERU Urban ward 11 councillor, Albert Chirau, was arrested last Friday on allegations of splashing anti-President Robert Mugabe graffiti at council buildings last week.
A 19-YEAR-OLD Bulawayo man, Tanaka Hindoga Ndlovu, appeared in court yesterday facing charges of beating up his father whom he accused of being a wizard.
South African police assisted by soldiers over the weekend arrested 50 illegal immigrants in Johannesburg, police spokesman Lungelo Dlamini said on Monday.