Zimbabwe Government Gazette dated 1996-11-08 number 57

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‘GOVERNMENT GAZETTE
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Vol. LXXIV, No. 57 8th NOVEMBER,1996 Price $3,00

General Notice 552 of 1996. Description ofprecious
. Stones
PRECIOUS STONES TRADEACT [CHAPTER 21:06] The State v S. Ndlovu ;
; * (S.M. 482649) . . . . . One emeraldpiece
Confiscated Precious Stones
The State v M. Saiti
(S.M. 482652) Two emerald pieces
IT is hereby notified, in termsof section 16 of the Precious Stones
Trade Act [Chapter 21:06], that the precious stones describedin the
General Notice 553 of 1996.
Schedule which havebeen forfeited to the State, are in the possession
of the Secretary for Mines. / GOLD TRADEACT[CHAPTER 21:03] |
The stones may,by prior appointment, be inspected by any person
claiming a legal right to any of the stones at the Ministry of Mines, Confiscated Gold -
Fifth Floor, Zimre Building, Union Avenue/Leopold Takawira
Street, Harare, during the two months followingthe date of publica- It is hereby notified, in termsofsection 27'of the Gold Trade Act
tion of this notice. (Chapter 21:03}, that the gold described in the Schedule which has
been forfeited to the State,is in possessionof the Ministry of Mines.
_ Any person claiming a legal right to any of the precious stones’
mayapply, in writing, within two monthsfromthe date of publica- The gold may,by prior arrangement, be inspected by a person
tion of this notice, to the Secretary for Mines, Private Bag 7709, | claiming a legal right to the gold at the Ministry of Mines, Fifth
’ Causeway, for delivery to him of such precious stones. If no such ‘Floor, Zimre Building, Union Avenue/Leopold Takawira Street,
Harare, during the two months following the date of publication of
person establishes a legal right to any of these precious stones within
this notice.
the afore-mentioned period, they may be disposed ofby the Secre-
tary for Mines. Anypersonclaiminga legalrightto anyofthis gold may apply,
in writing, within two months from the date of publication ofthis
D. E.H. MURANGARI, notice, to the Secretary for Mines, Private Bag 7709, Causeway,for
8-11-96. Secretary for Mines. the delivery to him of such gold.
If no such application establishes a legal right to any ofthis gold
* SCHEDULE within the above-mentioned period, it may be disposed of by the
Secretary for Mines. : :
CONFISCATED PRECIOUS STONES
D. E. H. MURANGARI,
Description ofprecious 8-11-96. Secretary for Mines.
. stones
' SCHEDULE
The State v John Banda (S.M.
482616). . . soe Emerald pieces CONFISCATEDGOLD |
The State v George Moyo (482618) Four emerald pieces Description ofgold
The State v Bikiwa Sinyoro
(S.M. 482621) -One emerald piece The State v Luke Sakaike ,
(S.M. 482601) 5 gmsgold
_ The State v Lovemore Sibanda
(S.M. 482622) . . . . One emerald Piece The State v Emmanuel Mugwamba
The State y Runyararo Masvinge
(S.M. 482603) 854 gmsgold
(S.M. 482624) . Fifteen emerald pieces The State v Matewu Moyana
(S.M. 482605) 0,275 gms gold
TheState v Shungira’ Chauke
(S.M. 482627) Two emeraid pieces The State v Pitani Josphat °
TheState v Reason Muzunga
(S.M. 482606) 0,095 gmsgold
(S.M. 482634) Six emerald pieces The State vy Underson Musana
(S.M. 482607) : 120 gmsgold
The State vy S. Furanzi
(S.M. 482637) Thirty-three emerald pieces The State v Bobo Nyantakanya
(S.M. 482608) . . .. 5,8 gms gold
The State vy Mzuda Shava
(S.M. 482638) Thirteen emerald pieces The State vy Herbert Maneswa
(S.M. 482609) . .. 0,5345 gms gold
TheState v Africa Katuto The State v Peter Masiko . .
(S.M.482639) One emerald piece (S.M. 482610) . 1,0744 gmsgold