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Ex-ZNA captain demands US$120K for wrongful incarceration

Ndlovu (52) was jailed for theft of a vehicle, but was later acquitted. He had been sentenced to six years for the offence.
By Silas Nkala 6h ago

ZNA soldier killed in robbery investigation

According to the report, CID members were conducting a follow-up on armed robbery cases, where diamond buyers were robbed of their vehicles and money.
By Problem Masau Dec. 29, 2022

Zim plunges into wilful neo-colonialism

The ideals of jobs, self-determination, freedom of association and free education that decorated the eve of independence were slowly disappearing from the manifesto of the liberators.
By Mathew Nyashanu Dec. 10, 2022

ZNA member killed over woman

Observations were that the body was found lying on the ground facing upwards inside the yard. The deceased was half naked, wearing a blue boxer short only.
By Patricia Sibanda Dec. 1, 2022

Military shops for arms in Pakistan 

Over 30 contracts were signed during the exhibition held in the Asian country.
By Tinashe Kairiza Nov. 25, 2022

Police boss under fire for protecting Chinese national

Song is said to have political, diplomatic and intelligence links and has been reported to Zacc and the police who allegedly ignored the submissions.
By Desmond Chingarande Oct. 24, 2022

Former ZNA captain sues for unlawful detention

Ndlovu (52) is suing Mazibuko for damages and multiple losses he incurred while in jail after he (Mazibuko) caused his arrest.
By Silas Nkala Oct. 4, 2022

Soldier dies, 3 arrested in robbery shootout

The four civilians are Peter Chiripiwako (33), Owen Dzinduwa (26), Collius Kamuti (40) and Timothy Mawere (29).
By Miriam Mangwaya Oct. 4, 2022