More evidence surfaces in Sebina arson case

A scene at one of the incidents
A scene at one of the incidents

FRANCISTOWN: More evidence has emerged in a court in a case in which Mcgini Ncube, a Zimbabwean, is charged with two counts of arson that he allegedly committed at Sebina Crossing last August.

Residents of Sebina and surrounding villages believe Ncube is responsible for the spate of murders, thefts and arson that hit their villages between October 2012 and April 2013.

Police, however, have said that he is innocent until proven guilty.

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