Chief police spokesperson Senior Assistant Commissioner Charity Charamba released the names of the 10 people that died when a kombi, evading a Vehicle Inspection Department (VID) checkpoint, collided head-on with an oncoming vehicle in Murehwa on Monday morning.
Post mortems were conducted at Murewa Hospital yesterday and all the bodies were identified by their relatives. Eight victims are male and two females. The 10 are Tafadzwa Maxwell Nhekede (32), Moses Mashinga (45), Sunday Tembo (50), Principal Makudza (40), Glodin Musemwa (six), Takesure Chiromo (30), Admire Nyamunda (30), Saymore Chiroodza (25), Rachel Kanembera (32) and Simbarashe Dimbi (51).
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Charity Angeline Charamba is a former Zimbabwean police officer and also former National Spokesperson for the Zimbabwe Republic Police a position she held until March 2019 when she joined the diplomatic career. She holds the rank of Senior Assistant Commissioner in the police force. In... Read More About Charity Charamba
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