Harare Police intercepts 4,000 kgs of chamba in Malawi registered truck

From Face of Malawi Wed Jan 16 2013, 04:05:47

Police in Harare have intercepted a Malawi-registered truck carrying about 3 700kg of Indian hemp worth thousands of United States dollars. The truck driver has since been arrested while his other accomplices who were travelling in a local commuter omnibus and a taxi fled from the scene. Harare provincial police spokesperson Inspector Tadius Chibanda said [...]

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