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Village Rhapsody: Gun violence getting out of hand in Zimbabwe

The country is no longer safe just like in neighbouring South Africa where even a teenager can own a gun.
By Evans Mathanda Jan. 22, 2023

Gun crime rattles security sector

The gruesome murder of a senior police officer and two others in Hwedza recently sent shockwaves across the security sector.
By Freeman Makopa Jan. 20, 2023

We’ll shoot to kill: Police......as Hwedza cop killer appears in court

Another policeman, Detective Constable Tendai Mugova was injured in the shooting.
By Sharon Buwerimwe and Desmond Chingarande Jan. 19, 2023

Armed robbers, sex offenders kept police busy in 2022

Police spokesperson Paul Nyathi said while an official annual report was still being compiled, there was an alarming increase in armed robbery and child sexual abuse cases in the country this year.
By Taurai Mangudhla Dec. 25, 2022

Internet fueling child abuse: Police

Matanga said training of the police force was vital in the face of various forms of abuse of children as cyberspace has added to their vulnerability.
By Vanessa Gonye Dec. 14, 2022

Buyanga’s ex-wife complains over magistrate.

The businessman was then arrested and remanded in custody at Sun City Correctional Facility in South Africa pending his indictment.
By Staff Reporter Dec. 13, 2022

Police kicked off Mt Hampden farm

Court papers reveal that in 2015, Delatifin was allocated 120 hectares of land at Haydon Farm which was previously being used for horse breeding by the police.
By Desmond Chingarande Dec. 13, 2022

‘Police invisible in communities’

Members of the public have raised complaints against police over harassment, demanding of bribes and selective application of the law.
By Miriam Mangwaya Dec. 1, 2022

34 anti-govt vapostori fined US$18 each

They were accused of singing songs deemed to be offensive to the State and hindering free movement of people and vehicles. The 34 were represented by human rights lawyer Evans Moyo.