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Baddie Drug Dealer Hides Stash in Buttocks

Sibanda agreed that the law enforcement agents search her all over the body.

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Baddie Drug Dealer Hides Stash in Buttocks

A female drug peddler from Bulawayo’s high density suburb of Old Pumula was recently compelled to shove a sachet of methcathinone in her buttocks after she had spotted detectives.

Police to Arrest Citizens Found High on Drugs

Unbeknown to the woman who was identified as Nokuthaba Sibanda (31), the detectives from Criminal Investigation Department’s Drugs and Narcotics section were acting on a tip-off.

Baddie Drug Dealer Hides Stash in Buttocks

A source said:

Sibanda agreed that the law enforcement agents search her all over the body. After sometime, she then removed the sachet from her buttocks and was as a result arrested.

Bulawayo police spokesperson Inspector Abednico Ncube confirmed the incident.

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We would like to thank members of the public for supplying police with information that led to the arrest of the woman who was caught having a drug.

This is a good gesture from the community members because co-operating with police could help in the fight against drug and substance abuse.

Insp Ncube said drug and substance abuse have ruined most of the lives of the youths and the Government has intensified efforts to fight it.

He urged community members to volunteer information about anyone who is a drug dealer.


THE High Court yesterday postponed the sentencing of former Deputy Minister of Finance and Economic Development Terrence Mukupe and three accomplices until November 16 following their conviction for importing more than 138 000 litres of diesel in three tankers without paying duty.

The State has argued that the sentence should, under the new sentencing guidelines, include a jail term of at least three years plus a fine of at least US$122 000, which is less than three times the duty payable, the level that might be the fine in far more minor cases.

Mukupe was on Wednesday convicted along with drivers Sam Kapisoriso, Joseph Taderera and Leonard Mudzuto for unlawfully importing diesel without paying duty.

The three drivers drove the tankers into Zimbabwe with diesel meant for the DRC, but replaced the fuel with water in Zimbabwe.


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