‘BULILIMA man (32) put on his girlfriend’s skirt and three blouses,then hanged himself in her bedroom after a misunderstanding’.

‘BULILIMA man (32) put on his girlfriend’s skirt and three blouses,then  hanged himself in her bedroom after a misunderstanding’.

  A 32-YEAR-OLD Bulilima man reportedly put on his girlfriend’s clothes and hanged himself in her bedroom hut following a misunderstanding. Bernard Nleya of Mafeha Village was found dead by his girlfriend, Ms Miriam Sibanda while wearing her skirt and three blouses on Wednesday morning. Bulilima Mangwe officer responsible for crime, Superintendent Pedzai Dzindimu said Nleya took his own life after accusing his girlfriend of having an affair with a domestic worker. “A man was…

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Enter 2017, thirty six years on, we still have, now 93 year old, ”Black oppressor of Blacks’-despot Robert Mugabe, ruling the motherland Zimbabwe!

Enter 2017, thirty six years on, we still have, now 93 year old, ”Black oppressor of Blacks’-despot Robert Mugabe, ruling the motherland Zimbabwe!

Zanu PF policies have all turned out to appear good on paper yet they are simply ‘legitimised crime’ by the despot led regime. Lets all embrace a whole new level of tolerance, move on from the Zanu PF politics of violence into 21st century mature politics. Unless and until we all make the nation ungovernable for Zanu PF, we will keep going round and round in circles. We need a united nation and to all…

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Angolan President Jose Eduardo dos Santos’s daughter, Africa’s richest woman, cleared to head the national oil company Sonangol,

LUANDA. – Angolan President Jose Eduardo dos Santos’s daughter, reportedly Africa’s richest woman, has been cleared to head the national oil company Sonangol, after a court rejected a legal challenge. Isabel dos Santos was put in charge of Sonangol in June in a move some analysts said was the first sign of succession plans for the country’s long-time ruler. The president, in power since 1979, later announced that he would stand down in 2017, though…

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MASVINGO woman (31) and her two sons aged 6 and 10 burnt beyond recognition after a hut they were sheltering in was struck by lightning

  A MASVINGO woman and her two sons were burnt beyond recognition when a hut they were sheltering in was struck by lightning , police have confirmed. Ms Mercy Masvaure (31) and her sons, the Muneno brothers, Anywhere (10) and Tatenda (6) of Village 32 C in Mushandike Resettlement area under Chief Charumbira were in their bedroom hut when a bolt of lightning struck. The hut caught fire and the three were burnt beyond recognition. Masvingo…

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CHIKURUBI prison officer charged for assaulting his wife, for blocking his mistress from entering their matrimonial bedroom.

CHIKURUBI  prison officer charged for assaulting his wife, for blocking his mistress from entering their matrimonial bedroom.

A PRISON officer based at Chikurubi Prison Training Centre appeared at the Harare Magistrates’ Court on Thursday charged with physically abusing and assaulting his wife, accusing her of blocking his mistress from entering their matrimonial bedroom. Wellington Gotekwa was granted $50 bail and remanded to January 17 next year when he appeared before magistrate Tilda Mazhande. Allegations are that on December 24 this year at around 7pm, Gotekwa brought his girlfriend and her sister home…

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Zimbabwe’s problems arise from Zanu Pf instability and its failure to control looting of national wealth and destruction of institutions and systems that would make the country viable

Zimbabwe’s problems arise from Zanu Pf instability and its failure to control looting of national wealth and destruction of institutions and systems that would make the country viable

  Dabengwa, in his New Year’s message, said: “My fellow countrymen, 2016 has been a year of great difficulties that started and is ending with political uncertainty and a deteriorating economy. “A few weeks ago, we were subjected to an address by President Mugabe purported to be a State of the Nation Address. That address left us none the wiser in terms of what is happening and how we shall get out of the mess,”…

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HARARE soldier (56), appears at the Harare Magistrates’ Court charged with raping his 11-year-old stepdaughter.

HARARE soldier (56), appears at the Harare Magistrates’ Court charged with raping his 11-year-old stepdaughter.

  A 56-YEAR-OLD member of the Zimbabwe National Army appeared at the Harare Magistrates’ Court yesterday facing allegations of raping his 11-year-old stepdaughter. The suspect, who could not be named to protect the identity of the alleged victim, was remanded in custody to January 10 next year by magistrate Vongai Muchuchuti-Guwuriro. State allegations are that on January 25 last year, the complainant’s mother went to visit her grandmother in Kuwadzana, Harare, leaving the child at…

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EIGHT more Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) senior managers have been suspended after a forensic audit

EIGHT more Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) senior managers have been suspended after a forensic audit

EIGHT more Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) senior managers have been suspended after a forensic audit implicated them in shady dealings that are feared to have cost the national revenue collector millions of dollars.   The suspension of the senior managers, mainly from the Information Communication and Technology department, is with immediate and comes hard on the heels of the suspension of seven managers in May, including Commissioner General Mr Gershem Pasi, over a litany of…

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ZIMBABWE, 2 160 TYPHOID CASES, this year with authorities confirming 77 cases, seven deaths as of 18 December 2016

ZIMBABWE, 2 160 TYPHOID CASES,  this year with authorities confirming 77 cases,  seven deaths as of 18 December 2016

Harare City Council has confirmed four cases of typhoid in Mbare, as it also emerged yesterday that 2 160 suspected cases were reported countrywide this year with authorities confirming 77 cases and seven deaths as of December 18.   There are also fears that the outbreak that started in 2012 due to poor water, sanitation and hygiene could have claimed more lives that could have gone unreported because the disease is not easily diagnosed.  …

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ONLY 13 % Zimbabwean women have had cervical screening exams in a country where the disease is the leading cause of deaths in women

ONLY 13 %  Zimbabwean women have had cervical screening exams in a country where the disease is the leading cause of deaths in women

ONLY 13 percent of Zimbabwean women have had a cervical screening exam in a country where the disease is the leading cause of deaths in women, statistics from the 2015 Zimbabwe Demographic Health Survey (ZDHS) show.Nationally, 79 percent of women report that they have heard of cervical screening which can detect the disease early while it is still treatable but only 13 percent have ever had a cervical exam. “Cervical cancer screening via the Papanicolau…

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