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Syndicate in court over ivory

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Syndicate in court over ivory. Nkululeko Chuma (40) and Tawenga Dandambira (40) appeared before Harare magistrate Mrs Tafadzwa Miti charged with unlawful possession of unmarked raw ivory.

Two men appeared in court today on allegations of illegally possessing elephant tusks worth US$2 497 they intended to trade in Harare’s city centre.

They were not asked to plead to the charges and were remanded in custody to Monday. Miss Anesu Matorofa appeared for the State.

Source – The Herald

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