HARARE 6 individuals had been killed when a tiny airplane crashed in jap Zimbabwe near the border with Mozambique, a state-owned newspaper stated on Tuesday.
The Mozambican-registered eight-seater airplane crashed into the Vumba mountains near the Mozambican boarder, with witnesses blaming terrible weather conditions, The Herald newspaper stated.
Four of the individuals had been directors of a Mozambican firm that has operations in Zimbabwe, when the two crew customers had been a father and son.
The Herald stated an aid force helicopter had airlifted the bodies to a nearby clinic.
(Reporting by MacDonald Dzirutwe Enhancing by Ed Cropley)