Zimbabwean Police Face 10 Years Jail for Throwing Spikes
The government says it is ready to prosecute police officers who throw spikes at moving vehicles, who face up to 10 years in prison and/or a fine of up to $3 000.
Traffic police officers mount a roadblock along Harare-Bulawayo Road in Norton (file photo).
Zimbabwe: Traffic Police Rapped Over Spikes
The Herald, 31 March 2017
The Passenger Association of Zimbabwe (PAZ) and public transport operators have expressed concern over the use of spikes by traffic and municipal police which they said endangers… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Zimbabwean Police Spike Motorists
GroundUp, 28 February 2017
Officials use dangerous method to stop traffic offenders Read more »
Zimbabwe: Chombo Defends ZRP Road Blocks
New Zimbabwe, 2 November 2016
HOME affairs minister Ignatius Chombo has defended the innumerate police road blocks around the country amid public anger over shake downs by corrupt cops and the inconvenience… Read more »