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Girlfriend (16) Fatally Stabs Man in the chest (35) At Shebeen

A misunderstanding that occurred after a beer drinking binge in Hatcliffe led to the death of a 35-year-old man who had a kitchen wife, and the police in Harare have detained a 16-year-old girl for the murder of the guy.

The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) said in a statement released on Thursday that a juvenile was responsible for the fatal stabbing of Amos Mhere with a knife in the chest at approximately 9.30 p.m. on Wednesday. Police said:

A 16-year-old girl was taken into custody by ZRP Borrowdale on November 22 for the murder that took place on November 2 at approximately 21:30 local time at the suspect’s residence in Premier Park, Hatcliffe, Harare.

The victim, identified as Amos Mhere, was 35 years old. He was stabbed in the chest with a kitchen knife after a misunderstanding occurred during a binge drinking session at a shebeen in Hatcliffe. Mhere was pronounced dead at the scene.

In an unrelated incident, police in Harare detained a woman on suspicion of stealing a car after she rented a vehicle from a car rental company based at the Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport and then sold it for $4 000. The theft occurred after the woman rented the vehicle and then sold it.

Barbra Vimbai Chitisuro, the culprit, was apprehended after selling the Honda Fit automobile to a car dealer in Harare, who then put the vehicle on display in their showroom. ZRP said:

Barbra Vimbai Chitisuro was detained by police in Harare on February 11th, 22nd, in connection with a case of theft of a motor vehicle that took place in Harare, where it is alleged that she sold a Honda Fit vehicle (AFS 4457) that she had hired from a car rental company located at RGMI Airport. The case relates to an incident that took place in Harare.

The suspect had rented the vehicle for a week before selling it to a car dealer in Harare for $4000 using a forged vehicle registration book. The dealer was located in Harare. The automobile, which had been put on show in the car dealer’s garage, has been retrieved by the police since then.

Mossel Bay residents are in pain after a young mother was stabbed to death by a “close friend.”

The Mother City – The motive for the vicious stabbing of a mother in Mossel Bay, which is believed to have been carried out by a close friend, and which ultimately resulted in her passing on Monday is still being investigated by the police.

At approximately 3.30 in the afternoon, the suspect, who is 32 years old, assaulted Kirsty James at her place of employment.

It is stated that the suspect used a knife to stab the victim thirty times in various regions of her body.

It is not yet clear what precipitated the horrific event; the cause of it has not been determined.

According to the police, she was attacked with a knife, and during the incident, the blade of the knife broke off while it was still in her body.

James passed away on Monday as she was being transported to the hospital.

During the assault, the suspect was attacked and had an injury to her hand; she is currently being treated in the hospital while being monitored by the police.

It is reported that she is well known within the family and that she is a good friend of James and his family.

In a statement on social media, James’ devastated mother expressed her forgiveness for the 32-year-old suspect who is responsible for her son’s death.

“I am sorry for what you have done, and I forgive you. According to what was written in the post, “Kirsty loved you very much and held you in such high regard; my heart goes out to your family and children.”

On Thursday, the suspect will make her initial appearance before the court that has charged her with murder. The hearing will take place in the Mossel Bay Magistrate’s Court.

It is reported that James has a young child that he has abandoned behind.

The authorities are currently investigating the possible motivations behind the murder.

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