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WATCH: Robert Mugabe Jnr arrives at the Harare magistrates court

The late President Robert Mugabe’s son Robert Mugabe Jnr has appeared at the Harare magistrates court on allegations of malicious damage to property.

According to state media, Mugabe Jnr was arrested on Sunday for allegedly destroying cars and property in Avondale, Harare where he was attending a party.

He was arrested and detained at Avondale Police Station. In a statement, the Zimbabwe Republic Police confirmed that Robert Tinotenda Mugabe (Junior) (31) has been arrested on Malicious Damage to Property allegations after a complaint by his friend Nikatazo Sindiso (31) that he destroyed property worth USD12 000.00 at house number 3A Verdi Lane, Strathaven, Harare.

In other news – Government ban parents’ visits to boarding schools

The government has announced a ban on parents’ and guardians’ visits to boarding schools in a move aimed at mitigating the spread of COVID-19.

Shungu High School in Kwekwe in the Midlands province was forced to cancel its planned annual general meeting (AGM) and parents’ visit on Saturday, the Chronicle reported.Learn More

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