The Chinese Desk will handle all cases involving Chinese nationals and is expected to be equipped with the latest technology and enough resources to ensure cases are dealt with expeditiously.
A team of some of the police’s best investigators, who will man the desk, are already being taught Mandarin by instructors brought from
Already, a special counter to deal with Chinese nationals has been set up at the biggest police station in the capital, Harare Central police station.
“The Police Commissioner (Augustine Chihuri) set up this desk under instructions from politicians who felt the Chinese should be given special treatment as they are contributing a lot to
Home Affairs Minister Kembo Mohadi said the desk was being created to “assist our brothers” (Chinese) because they were being specifically targeted by thieves.
Mohadi said: “It is being carried out in good faith, the idea being to assist our brothers who had complained about being targeted by some criminals because they are known to be investing in the country. In any case, I am yet to meet any other foreigner who has been denied police protection.” – ZimOnline
N’angas join exodus
The n’angas have reportedly found lucrative markets in Limpopo province among the Venda, while others are doing a brisk trade in Johannesburg, where they are proving to be popular with the local community.
They are cheaper than those from South and
With most of
Magoni Kuzvireva known as VaZavora, a traditional healer from Zaka in Masvingo now stationed in Tembisa said: “My patients back are complaining why I left them
but I had to come to look for greener pastures as the economic situation in
muti shop here.” – CAJ News
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