Crime and Courts

Teacher’s Union boss Lewis Banda in court for stock theft

Teacher’s Union boss Lewis Banda in court for stock theft. A Zimbabwe Teachers Association (Zimta) provincial chief executive Lewis Banda (55) was arraigned before a Bindura provincial magistrate Tinashe Ndokera yesterday for stock theft.

Banda is jointly charged with Tafadzwa Muchenje (33) and Donald Mukombe. The trio was granted $10 000 bail each and remanded to December 4.

The State led by Carol Mupazviriwo alleges that on November 17, the trio stole a cow from Brighton Mudzongachiso and loaded it onto a Zimta vehicle. Working on a tip-off, the police managed to arrest the trio.

Source – Bulawayo24

In other news – Moana’s burial judgement to be passed on Wednesday

Moana’s burial judgement to be passed on Wednesday. High Court judge Justice Pisirai Kwenda has deferred the ruling on the dispute between the late socialite Michelle “Moana” Amuli’s parents over her burial to Wednesday after an urgent chamber application by the deceased’s mother to nullify a burial order issued last week.Moana Parents

Moana can only be buried after Wednesday as theLearn More.

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