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    Man denied bail after ‘stealing’ from Dorowa Mine


    BUHERA - A man who stays in Yeovil Suburb in Mutare has been denied bail after he was brought to court for allegedly stealing goods worth $3 600 from Dorowa Minerals in Buhera.
    Murambinda Resident Magistrate Dennis Mangosi agreed with the State Prosecutor's argument and remanded Clive Mutyanda in jail.
    Mutyanda faces a charge of unlawful entry into the mine premises after he allegedly stole two amade cables.
    The complainant is Dorowa Mine represented by Pikirai Zimunda and the matter was heard last Friday.
    State prosecutor Tiriwamambo Kangai opposed bail after arguing that the accused might interfere with State witnesses or abscond because of the jail term that the offence would attract.
    Mutyanda however, denied the charge and said he came to Dorowa Mine in the company of his employer Tariro Vuso Harahwa and Shepherd Rwizi because Harahwa wanted them to help him load his staff at Dorowa Mine.
    He said that after arriving at Dorowa Mine he was asked to stand guard while they entered into the premises. His companions brought back one amade cable and they went back again and brought back a second cable. 
    It was when they went back for the third time that they took two hours to return but when they did so they were being chased after.
    Mutyanda said Rwizi told Mutyanda to flee but he stumbled into a stone and was caught and arrested. Mutyanda was the only one who was arrested.
    The matter was postponed to August 15, 2018. 

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