Zim cops in court for battery theft

Chabaya (left) and Mugabe
Chabaya (left) and Mugabe

FRANCISTOWN: With Zimbabwe’s debilitating economic situation continuing to nosedive, two Zimbabwe Republic Police officers were nabbed in possession of batteries suspected to be stolen property.

The state alleges that constables Tapiwa Mugabe, 30 and Kenneth Chabaya, 28 were arrested at Dumela Industrial Site on June 3 in possession of 20 car batteries that their Botswana counterparts suspect are proceeds from criminal activities.

It is the State’s contention that the duo failed to give satisfactory answers after they were found in possession of the batteries.

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