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Kadoma Miner Arrested for Fatally Stabbing Cousin with Colombian Knife

Violent Family Rift: Kadoma Miner Arrested for Fatally Stabbing Cousin with Colombian Knife

A Kadoma miner has been arrested for allegedly fatally stabbing his cousin with a colombian knife after having a disagreement. The incident occurred on January 17 in Sanyati, resulting in the immediate death of the victim.

Arrest in Kadoma Stabbing Case

Samson Katsuro, aged 50, has been taken into custody by authorities on a charge of murder. The accused allegedly used a colombian knife to inflict multiple fatal stabbings on Peter Katsuro, aged 29.

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Mutare Night Club Killing Investigation

Meanwhile, in Mutare, the police are seeking public assistance in investigating a separate case of homicide. On January 13, a man was brutally assaulted with an iron bar by unidentified assailants at a night club in Dangamvura Area 14.

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The victim, who sustained severe injuries from the attack, tragically passed away three days later at Victoria Chitepo Hospital. Law enforcement agencies are urging anyone with information related to the incident to come forward to aid in the investigation.

Driver Appears in Court, Remanded in Custody as Investigation Proceeds

In an unrelated story, a driver accused of kidnapping 25 pupils from David Livingstone Primary School in Harare made his appearance in court over the weekend.

Driver Charged with Kidnapping

Samuel Honde (60) stood before Harare magistrate Mrs Letwin Rwodzi, facing charges of kidnapping. He has been remanded in custody until February 2, and the court has ordered a mental examination for Honde.

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The Alleged Kidnapping Incident

On January 18, at approximately 1 pm, Honde picked up 25 learners from the school in a white Nissan Caravan minibus. Instead of taking them home to Kuwadzana Extension and nearby areas as agreed, he drove east along the Harare-Mutare Road without the consent of the children or their parents.

Reaching the 103km mark in Macheke, the vehicle ran out of fuel, forcing Honde to park it. A concerned passer-by noticed the presence of distressed children and suspected foul play. The individual promptly informed the local police in Macheke.