Wounded body of a man was discovered in a maize field in Bulawayo’s Pumula South suburb while another died at his home in Njube after being knifed by unknown assailants.
There has been a growing trend of murder cases in Zimbabwe and Bulawayo in particular.
In a tweet, national police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi appealed for information that may lead to the arrest of the attackers.
“Police in Bulawayo are appealing for information that may assist investigations in two separate murder cases. On 12/6/21 a body of an unknown male adult was found in a maize field behind Plot 6 Pumula South Habek with several stab wounds on legs and shoulders,” tweeted the police.
“In another murder case, Police are investigating circumstances surrounding a case in which a Njube man (44) died after arriving home at night with a stab wound on the chest. Anyone with information should contact any nearest police station.”
In Other News: Newly-Weds Electrocuted To Death A Day After Return From Honeymoon
Police are investigating the death of a newlywed Johannesburg couple who were reportedly electrocuted as a result of an electrical fault a day after returning from their honeymoon.
It is suspected that there was an electrical fault at their home in Crosby.
It is believed that the woman collapsed after touching a tap in the shower and her husband was electrocuted when he tried to save her.
Just a day after returning from their honeymoon, the bodies of newlywed Johannesburg couple, Zaheer Sarang and Nabeelah Khan, were found in their Crosby home on Sunday. READ FURTHER>>>