Dumped by girlfriend a married Masvingo cop hanged himself, two days after Bulawayo Police boss shot himself dead

  A MARRIED police officer stationed in Masvingo allegedly hanged himself after his girlfriend ditched him. On Wednesday night, the officer, identified only as Constable Marapira, allegedly sent a WhatsApp message to his girlfriend Miss Clarice Sagiya, directing her where to find his body. Sources close to Cst Marapira, who was stationed at Masvingo Rural Police Station, said he funded Miss Sagiya’s education. She is a final year trainee teacher at Morgenster Teacher’s College. “The…

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HARARE -60 cases of typhoid: Government warns of a potential outbreak of diseases like cholera and typhoid and diarrhoea.

HARARE -60 cases of typhoid: Government warns of a potential outbreak of diseases like cholera and typhoid and diarrhoea.

  ERRATIC water supply in Harare and other cities poses a serious danger of an outbreak of water-borne diseases, Health and Child Care Minister Dr David Parirenyatwa said yesterday as he issued a cholera and typhoid alert.Harare has confirmed 60 cases of typhoid so far. The National Microbiology Reference Laboratory has also confirmed three typhoid cases in Mutare and Masvingo. Harare City Council recently introduced a five-day water rationing schedule, forcing residents to turn to…

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Zimbabwean pastor Evan Mawarire denied a UK visa just hours before he was due to board a flight from US to London.

Zimbabwean pastor Evan Mawarire denied a UK visa just hours before he was due to board a flight from US to London.

Zimbabwean pastor Evan Mawarire who is leading protests against the brutal dictatorship of President Robert Mugabe has been refused entry into the UK. Mawarire was told by immigration officials his visa had been refused just hours before he was due to board a flight to London. He’s been instrumental in the “#ThisFlag” campaign – an uprising against the leadership of Mugabe. He was held in prison for several days after convincing his fellow countrymen and…

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Ruthless S.Africa based Bulawayo terror gang leader sentenced to 350 years in jail for murder, extortion, rape and ransom taking.

Ruthless S.Africa based Bulawayo terror gang leader sentenced to 350 years in jail for  murder, extortion, rape and ransom taking.

  A ruthless South African based Zimbabwean terror gang leader will die in prison after he was handed a hefty 350 years behind bars for various crimes ranging from murder, extortion, rape and ransom taking. The  36 year old Cecil Brewer worked as a cross-border transporter between Zimbabwe and South Africa. Charles Cecil Brewer, alias Boss of Nketa 7 in Bulawayo was convicted on his own plea of guilty in the neighbouring country, when his…

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BREAKING NEWS: LONDON CITY , SUSPECTED CHEMICAL INCIDENT ,

BREAKING NEWS: LONDON CITY , SUSPECTED CHEMICAL INCIDENT , London city airport has now been declared safe and has now reopened after initially evacuating 500 passengers in a suspected chemical incident, A total of 26 passengers were treated on site while 2 others were taken to hospital for treatment. This incident did raise elements of concern amongst those affected, in light of the current terrorism alert across Europe, More news to follow ……By Sibusiso Ngwenya….

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‘Republic of South Africa withdraws from international criminal court (ICC) ‘

‘Republic of South Africa withdraws from international criminal court (ICC) ‘

South Africa is pulling out of the international criminal court (ICC) because its obligations are inconsistent with domestic laws giving sitting leaders diplomatic immunity, the country’s justice minister, Michael Masutha, has said.   Pretoria said last year it planned to leave the ICC after receiving criticism for ignoring a court order to arrest the visiting Sudanese president, Omar Hassan al-Bashir, who is accused of genocide and war crimes. Bashir has denied the accusations. On Friday…

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Tout (23) died and 16 people were injured after kombi collision at an uncontrolled intersection in Tshabalala suburb

Tout (23)  died and 16 people  were injured after kombi collision at an uncontrolled intersection in Tshabalala suburb

      A TOUT died while 16 people were injured when a Tshova Mubaiwa Taxi Association kombi collided with a Toyota Gaia at an uncontrolled intersection in Bulawayo’s Tshabalala suburb yesterday morning. The tout (23) who was hanging out of the kombi window on impact, was dragged on the tarred road after the vehicle overturned and slid on its side. Witnesses said one side of the unidentified tout’s body was mangled and blood spouted…

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Zanu PF regime repossesses 5 267 gold mining claims in Matebeleland provinces leaving 50 000 jobless

Zanu PF regime  repossesses 5 267 gold mining claims in Matebeleland provinces  leaving 50 000  jobless

MORE than 5 000 small-scale gold mining claims in Matabeleland North and South provinces have been forfeited to the State after claim holders failed to remit tax.   Small scale miners are required to pay a $100 levy to the State annually. The Zimbabwe Miners’ Federation (ZMF) first vice president, Mr Ishmael Kaguru, told Business Chronicle yesterday that their members were failing to pay the levy as they were “burdened” with multiple tax obligations to…

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‘Prophet Magaya’s ‘rape’ bail conditions scrapped, and state ordered to furnish him with a trial date on his next remand’-Magistrate Chikwekwe ,

‘Prophet  Magaya’s ‘rape’ bail conditions scrapped, and state ordered to furnish him with a trial date on his next remand’-Magistrate Chikwekwe ,

  Prophetic, Healing and Deliverance (PHD) leader Walter Magaya, who is charged with raping a church member, had all his reporting conditions scrapped today. Harare magistrate Mr Vakayi Chikwekwe ordered the State to furnish Magaya with a trial date on his next remand appearance on November 15. By Fungai Lupande. source-herald

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German company which printed the worthless Zim dollar, rejects Zimbabwe’s request to print the controversial bond notes.

German company which printed the worthless Zim dollar, rejects Zimbabwe’s  request  to print the controversial  bond notes.

The financial situation in a broke Zimbabwe is in chaos after negotiations between the fired Zimbabwe Vice President Joice Mujuru and the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe , designed to halt the Zimbabwe People First leader’s court action against Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe in order to block the introduction of the controversial bond notes fell through.   The introduction of controversial bond notes due in November 2016 has been thrown into further disarray after, according to…

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