Cop uniform joke barber fined

HARARE - A man who was pictured wearing a Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) official uniform was yesterday fined $100 after the courts found him guilty of criminal nuisance.

Robert Boyiboyi, 36, of 5062-113 Street, Warren Park D, pleaded guilty to the charge when he appeared before Harare magistrate Ndaba Tsatsawani.

Tsatsawani sentenced Boyiboyi, also called Madzibaba Chacha, to three months imprisonment, which was wholly suspended on condition that he pays the $100 fine.

Boyiboyi is self-employed as a barber at Beauty World Salon, at Westlea shopping centre in Harare.

Boyiboyi’s picture went viral after he posted it on social media in the wake of an incident where police officers and journalists were assaulted by members of Madzibaba Ishamea Mufani’s apostolic sect.

Seven anti-riot police officers, journalists and members of the Apostolic Christian Council of Zimbabwe (ACCZ) were seriously injured when the Johanne Masowe eChishanu apostolic sect members attacked them with shepherd’s crooks, sticks and stones.

This was after ACCZ president Archbishop Johannes Ndanga announced a ban on the sect because it violated national and Christian laws.

The picture circulated under headings that mocked police
officers, the State said.

It is the State case that sometime between March and June this year, a customer brought a ZRP grey shirt for alteration at the salon Boyiboyi worked at.

Boyiboyi wore the shirt and asked Progress Tirivangasi to photograph him.

The picture was posted on various social media platforms including Facebook and WhatsApp on June 3. 

The Facebook picture was headlined “If you can beat them, join them too”, while another picture on the same social network claimed that he was Mufani.

Boyiboyi was apprehended in connection with the picture, culminating in his appearance in court.

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Chidondova - 10 June 2014

Does it add any value to the story to give out the man's residential address?

Aaron - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

Bro Aaaron, in Mugabe's land they don't respect privacy. It used be the practice that they would only mention the suburb or district where the suspect/convict hailed from like Boyiboyi from Warren Park or Boyiboyi from Murehwa. But as you know, today's journalists and police no longer value the people. The only people deemed to be valuable and with rights to privacy are the ruling class and their trigger happy security services, who commit many heinous offences that are always swept under the carpet. What happened to the Cashberts? What happened to the town clerks who paid themselves hundreds of thousands dollars when their cities and towns are decaying under their watch? What happened to all the big fish who have been fingered in corrupt activities? Did you read the way the Home Affairs permanent secretary unashamedly told a parliamentary committee that ZR Police were entitled to keep fines they collected at their unnecessary roadblocks which are situated every 200 metres? When a country's moral fabric breaks down to such extent and where such decay is spearheaded by an otherwise illegitimate ruling class that rule with an iron fist, there is no hope, brother.

Tinoziva - 10 June 2014

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