Chihuri in luxury cars scandal

HARARE - After 23 years of enforcing law and order as the country’s top policeman, the tables have been turned against former police commissioner-general Augustine Chihuri who is being accused of impounding five cars and later changing ownership into his name while still heading the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP).

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Come on move with the times Daily news put your stories online and utilise the opportunities the web has. Your website is not user friendly update it

Berrnardchamboko - 11 January 2018

FFS!!! You know, pretty soon I won't bother even logging on to this website. I know now to expect all headlines to be just shock and awe tactics to get hitso n your adverts without providing us with the story. It didn't use to be like this, we actually used to depend on the DNZ to tell it like it is, not like it should be. Shut down your we edition and concentrate on your paper copies. You are so stuck in the past.

Kwayedza - 11 January 2018

Daily News has this mistaken notion that they think they force us to buy their paper by not carrying the full story online. Daily News must know that it actually causes us to hate their paper and love other publications. I have stoped buying the Daily News two tears ago becase the want to use extortion.

Danai Pazvagozha - 11 January 2018

I bought fr years but now disabled to get this now is poor, I keep reading Newsday, your loss

bob hickley - 11 January 2018

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Jimmy jimalo 3rd - 11 January 2018

please publish the whole story. it irritates to give just an introduction. it makes us prefer other papers like newsday and the herald. i think you are losing your market share because of this. Your focus should be offering best service than money. that way you get the attetion of your customers.

Dr Tom - 12 January 2018

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