Zimbabwe Rank Violence Case Continues
The group of informal traders who were arrested in September have been granted bail pending appeal each after they were found guilty of assaulting passengers and transport operators.
Armed military police officers stand guard near the entrance of Harare Central police station (file photo).
Zimbabwe: Jailed Hwindis, Drivers Weep in Court
The Herald, 6 November 2012
FORTY-NINE touts yesterday burst into tears when they were sentenced to three-month jail terms each. Business at the Harare Magistrates' Courts ground to a halt when their… Read more »
Zimbabwe Standard, 23 September 2012
AT least 10 soldiers were arrested last week on allegations of assaulting and demanding money from rank marshals and touts in Harare's central business district (CBD). Read more »
SW Radio, 11 September 2012
The Zimbabwe National Army on Tuesday deployed its military police to restore order and peace at the Charge Office commuter omnibus rank in Harare. Read more »