Cyanide case, trial postponed PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 24 January 2013 17:33

court hammer.jpgThe trial of the four people accused of conspiring to poison Harare water supply at its treatment plant, Morton Jeffery has been postponed to next week.


The state, represented by Michael Reza advised the court that the State Witness, Chief Superintendent Chrispen Makedenge is committed.


It is alleged that the four, Farai Muchenje, Simon Demhe, Apronalise Mupakaviri and Tiki Tarwireyi connived to poison the Morton Jeffrey water works by delivering a container of cyanide, a poisonous chemical misrepresenting it as a water purifying chemical.

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