- 'A Zimbabwe prophet from Maphisa raped an 18-year-old teenager under the pretext of healing her and infected her with an STI '.
- A speeding Zimbabwe National Water Authority (ZINWA) car overturned along Mazowe -Mvurwi and killed one passenger on Monday.
- A ZIMBABWEAN TRANSGENDER woman has successfully won her appeal at the South African High Court, stopping that country's immigration department from deporting her.
- EVIDENCE OF GRAIN MARKETING BOARD (GMB) maize subsidy abuse scam through allocation of grain to undeserving people who would divert it onto the black market and neighbouring countries as far as the Democratic Republic of Congo,
- A LEEDS, ZIMBABWEAN carer got a severely disabled woman pregnant by raping her when he was supposed to be looking after her
WEALTH AND POWER MONOPOLY as President Robert Mugabe’s son-in-law, Simba Chikore married Mugabe’s daughter, Bona, is now the national airline Air Zimbabwe chief operating officer (COO). This is the second highest post in Air Zimbabwe.
Only fools in Zimbabwe would deny the obvious private Gushungo farm treatment that Zimbabwe is folding under as Mugabe family cement their monopoly on wealth and power.
It is reported that Mugabe’s son in law, has actually never been appointed to the senior posts at AirZim or Qatar Airways where he was reportedly employed and lacks the minimum required experience of 10 years in a senior managerial position, so Simba Chikore’s controversial appointment obviously sidelines all other well experienced and more deserving candidates, but cements Mugabe’s hold onto power as Air Zimbabwe is critical to all Mugabe’s endless trips with his family, Zanu pf stalwarts and securocrats.
Mugabe’s corrupt Zim1 First Family have grabbed the majority of government posts, in continuous nepotism and these include the Indigenisation minister who is Mugabe’s sister’s son/ Mugabe’s nephew Patrick Zhuwao, and Mugabe’s brother Albert Mugabe who is the Zinara board chairman,
Mugabe’s son in law is now a key figure in the struggling national airline, that is folding under a debt of US$300 million….DISCUSS! By Sibusiso Ngwenya