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Emilia Zindi charged

Emilia Zindi Charged

Saturday, 07 March 2009 20:48
CHINHOYI – Emilia Zindi, the chief reporter for the government-owned
Sunday Mail, who has been on the Chegutu police wanted list was arrested
last Friday and appeared in court on Monday last week.

She is facing a charge of robbery as defined in Section 121 of the
Criminal Law (Codification and Reform) Act Chapter 9:23 after she
 “violently” seized a vehicle from a former Interfresh employee.

Charges levelled against Zindi, who was allocated plots 2 and 7 of
Hippo Valley farm in Chegutu during the chaotic land reform programme, last
month are that she allegedly teamed up with her son Misheck Chimombe-Zindi
(31) and Richard Milanzi (22) and went to Tafadzwa Matore’s house in
Chegutu, where they violently took away a Nissan Hardbody vehicle.

They were remanded out of custody to March 16 on free bail.

The bail conditions were that Zindi would report to Harare Central
police station while Chimombe-Zindi and Milanzi would report to Chegutu
Criminal Investigations Department every Friday.

Matore is a former employee of Intefresh, a company which had been
running a citrus plantation at the farm taken over by Zindi.

The vehicle has since been recovered and was handed back to Matore.



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