GUCCI GRACE’S IVORY POACHING CASE POSTPONED
Zimbabwe’s former first lady, Grace Mugabe’s ivory poaching case trial has been postponed due to the fact that the state indicated that exhibits were locked up.
This came to light on Thursday after Prosecutor, Francesca Mukumbiri, told court that the person who keeps the keys was not available. The accused are Fanken Madzinga, 48, a registered dealer of ivory manufacturing and his driver Tafadzwa Pamire who were investigated by an informant Polish photo journalist leading to the air arrest in which they revealed that Grace was a part of the syndicate.
The ivory is being said to be valued at $22 797.
In other news… GOVT TO REPOSSESS LAND FROM MULTIPLE FARM OWNERS
The Zimbabwean government has reportedly started repossessing land from beneficiaries of land reform programme who have multiple farms and those whose properties exceed the recommended sizes to enable more people, mostly youths to benefit.
This was confirmed by the President Emmerson Mnangagwa at the Mkoba Teachers’ College in Gweru during a Zanu Pf Yo….READ MORE