Suitcase full of $150,000 stolen at Mugabe's residence

Three people have appeared in court facing charges of stealing $150,000 (about Shs 556m) from former president Robert Mugabe’s homestead in Zvimba communal lands, Mashonaland West.

~ The Observer

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