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November 13, 2018 4:40 PM Peruvian jailed 10 years for cocaine possession

A Peruvian man who was caught with a kilogramme of cocaine at the Robert Mugabe International Airport in September has been slapped with a 10 year jail term. Wilmer Tarazona Aro was convicted on his own plea of guilty for unlawfully dealing in dangerous drugs by Harare magistrate Rumbidai Mugwagwa. Mugwagwa sentenced Aro to an effective 5-10 years jail term and ordered 16

October 30, 2018 6:56 PM Venezuelan busted with $469k cocaine

A Venezuelan woman was yesterday arraigned before the courts after she was caught with more than five kilogrammes of cocaine with a street value of $469 000. Delcy Daymar Rodriguez Guererro was arrested upon landing at the Robert Mugabe International Airport on her way from Brazil. Guererro appeared before Harare magistrate Rumbidzai Mugwagwa charged 13

August 29, 2018 1:34 PM Vietnam sentences SA man to death for drugs

A court in Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City yesterday sentenced a South African man to death after finding him guilty of trafficking nearly 1.5kg of cocaine. The Ho Chi Minh City Law newspaper said Coetzee Tyron Lee was convicted in a half-day trial. It said Lee was arrested in June 2016 upon arriving at the city’s Tan Son Nhat international airport after 28

May 16, 2018 9:56 AM Cops nail 3kg cocaine ‘mastermind’

Police have arrested a woman based in South Africa who allegedly sent a Bulawayo woman to collect 3,14kgs of cocaine with an estimated street value of $314 300 on her behalf last month. Kwanele Sibanda (26) from Johannesburg allegedly contacted Tholiwe Sheron Tshuma (25) of Emganwini suburb to collect the drugs on her behalf while she was in South Africa 66

May 4, 2018 2:53 AM $314k ‘cocaine’ woman further remanded

A Bulawayo woman who was allegedly found in possession of 3,14kgs of cocaine with an estimated street value of $314 300 was further remanded out of custody while awaiting provision of a trial date. Bulawayo magistrate Mr Franklin Mkhwananzi remanded Tholiwe Sheron Tshuma (25) of Emganwini suburb to next Thursday when she will be given a trial date. Prosecuting 62

August 29, 2017 3:13 AM Magistrate recuses self from CIO informer’s trial

HARARE regional magistrate Noel Mupeiwa, who was handling the matter involving Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) informer Delish Nguwaya, has recused himself from the matter, saying the law enforcement agents were the main witnesses in the incident which received condemnation by the High Court. Nguwaya was on Sunday this week served with summons 13

August 25, 2017 2:45 AM Judge blasts police over informant’s arrest

Delish Nguwaya, who had come to the Harare Magistrates’ Court for trial on allegations of possession of cocaine and extortion, was reportedly snatched from the courtroom by Detective Inspector Joseph Nemaisa and others, before being dragged down a flight of stairs while handcuffed. When the magistrate entered the courtroom for the trial, he was dismayed 16

August 14, 2017 1:02 PM Police make double bust at OR Tambo Airport

Vishnu Naidoo says the drugs were found concealed in vehicle oil filters packed inside containers. (SABC) Three people have been arrested for dealing in drugs at the OR Tambo International Airport in two separate incidents. Two of the suspects, a 37 year old man and a 27 year old woman are airport employees. In the first incident on Saturday, police 26

August 13, 2017 10:43 PM Three bust for dealing in drugs at OR Tambo

Three people have been arrested for dealing in drugs at OR Tambo International Airport in two separate incidents, Gauteng police said on Sunday. “Two of the suspects, a 37-year-old man and a woman aged 27, are employees at the airport,” Brigadier Vishnu Naidoo said. At about 11am on Saturday morning, police at the entrance to the airport’s general aviation 28

August 13, 2017 9:18 AM Hundreds of students enlist in the North Korean military as tensions with the United States reach breaking point

Hundreds of North Korean students were photographed standing in line to join the country's military as clerics on Guam have prayed for peace. The mass enlistment took place as tensions on the Korean peninsula have reached their most critical since 1951. North Korean despot Kim Jong-un has threatened to test missiles near the Pacific island which is home to nuclear-capable 17