Ex Prison Commander Alexandru Visinescu, (89) Jailed 20 Yrs For Crimes Against Humanity

Ex Prison Commander Alexandru Visinescu, (89)  Jailed 20 Yrs For Crimes Against Humanity

A former Communist-era prison commander has been sentenced to 20 years in jail after being convicted of crimes against humanity in the first such trial in Romania. Alexandru Visinescu, 89, ran the notorious Ramnicu Sarat prison from 1956 to 1963, where inmates were allegedly tortured and starved. At least 12 people are said to have died as a result of the abuse. Mr Visinescu denied the charges, saying he was just following orders. Prosecutors had…

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Rusape Man (29) Chops Up Brother (34), Packs Pieces In Bag And Buries Remains

Rusape Man (29) Chops Up  Brother (34), Packs Pieces In Bag And Buries Remains

RUSAPE-A mentally challenged man from Chief Marange butchered his brother in cold blood, chopped him into pieces and packed his remains in an empty fifty kg bag after he denied him food. Police confirmed the incident. Tonderai Kichini 29 of Muchiwanga village has since been arrested by police. Police spokesperson, Assistant Inspector Luxon Chananda, said on July 10, the deceased Tichaona Kichini, 34, was left to care for his mentally challenged brother Tonderai after their…

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Grace Mugabe, Touted As One Of Mugabe’s Potential Successors Turns Fifty

Grace Mugabe, Touted As One Of Mugabe’s Potential Successors Turns Fifty

First Lady Grace Mugabe was yesterday showered with fawning birthday messages by government departments and parastatals as she turned 50 yesterday. Dozens of politicians, business people, and services chiefs have gone into a frenzy, send congratulatory messages to the First Lady, Grace Mugabe, as she celebrates her 50th birthday. The bootlicking by ministers and heads of parastatals has traditionally been reserved for Grace’s 91-year-old husband President Robert Mugabe. Grace, a former secretary who married Mugabe…

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Bulawayo Man Tells Court, That ‘Mugabe’ Is Stalking His Wife

Bulawayo Man Tells Court, That ‘Mugabe’ Is Stalking His Wife

A Bulawayo man claimed in court that his ex-tenant Emmanuel Mugabe is stalking his wife to the extent that he fears losing her to him. Khulisani Mpofu said Mugabe is keen on snatching his wife as a way of ‘fixing’ him for evicting him from his house. According to B-Metro, Mugabe is always visiting Mpofu’s house while he is away telling her that Mpofu is having an affair. “Emmanual Mugabe is my former tenant and…

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Two Dead And Nine Injured In Louisiana shooting At The Grand Theatre in Lafayette

A gunman has opened fire at a cinema in the US state of Louisiana, killing two people and injuring nine others before shooting himself, officials say. Police said the attacker was a 58-year-old white man armed with a handgun but did not release any further details. Witnesses said the man opened fire about 20 minutes into a screening of a film at the Grand Theatre in Lafayette. Hours earlier, US President Barack Obama told the…

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‘Tsvangirai’s Brother ‘Casper’ Fraudulently Buys Vehicle Attached From Him By Deputy Sheriff’

‘Tsvangirai’s Brother ‘Casper’ Fraudulently Buys Vehicle Attached From Him By  Deputy Sheriff’

MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s younger brother Casper allegedly fraudulently bought a vehicle attached from him and auctioned by a Deputy Sheriff two weeks ago to clear an almost $9 000 debt. The vehicle, a Toyota Landcruiser, was attached after Casper, a Kwekwe-based businessman and chartered accountant, failed to settle a $8 859,33 debt with Halstead Brothers (Pvt) Ltd. Lawyer James Magodora, who is representing Halstead Brothers, in a letter to the Deputy Sheriff said they…

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‘Regime Change Is Solution To Vendors Plight & Zanu PF Failure To Revive Economy’-Biti

Tendai Biti MDC Renewal Team Secretary-General yesterday said the plight of vendors lie in changing the government as Zanu-PF has failed to revive the economy. Biti said vendors must be allowed to continue selling their wares as an interim measure as that was their only way of survival under the current economic environment, where a majority of people were unemployed. The opposition party said it will at its inaugural convection in Harare next month, launch…

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‘Mutasa’s CIO Brother In Law ‘Felix Chiteme’ Dismissed For Being Sabina Mutasa’s Relative’

‘Mutasa’s CIO Brother In Law  ‘Felix Chiteme’ Dismissed For Being Sabina Mutasa’s  Relative’

THE Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) has allegedly dismissed an operative on the grounds that he was related to Ousted former State Security minister Didymus Mutasa’s relative -Felix Chiteme has been fired from the  Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO). Felix Chiteme, is brother to Mutasa’s wife, Sabina. Chiteme, a senior security assistant in the CIO was officially discharged on July 15 after a disciplinary board of inquiry hearing that allegedly accused him of leaking State secrets to…

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Mugabe’s Zanu PF, ‘Key Beneficiaries Of Entropy’ Used Terrorist Tactics On Itai Dzamara & Vendors

Mugabe’s  Zanu PF, ‘Key Beneficiaries Of Entropy’ Used Terrorist Tactics On Itai Dzamara & Vendors

“The Cabinet ministers, parliamentarians, policy makers and the President himself are folding their hands whilst this taboo is taking place because they are key beneficiaries of this ruling. Actually they are the ones who are behind it ,to protect they are companies and interests of their friends “the business people” who will fund them during 2018 elections.” Mutubuki said this same government is somehow behind the mysterious disappearance of the Leader of Occupy Africa Unite…

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‘African Journalists Should Avoid Unnecessary Criticism Of Africa’s Leaders’-Mugabe

‘African Journalists Should Avoid Unnecessary Criticism Of  Africa’s Leaders’-Mugabe

African journalists should champion developmental issues in their reportage and avoid unnecessary criticism of the continent’s leadership, African Union and SADC chairman President Robert Mugabe has said. President Mugabe was addressing the just ended Ebola Conference in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea. He said Africans should be proud of their heritage and roots and not allow western nations to make them feel like a lesser people, adding journalists should tell the African story rather than allowing the…

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