‘Gungwe High School teacher has reportedly fled to Botswana after allegedly sexually abusing 14 schoolboys at the school’.

‘Gungwe High School teacher has reportedly fled to Botswana after allegedly sexually abusing 14 schoolboys at the school’.

  A Gungwe High School teacher has reportedly skipped boarder to neighbouring Botswana after he allegedly sexually abused 14 schoolboys at the school. It is alleged that the unnamed teacher would “sneak into the temporary boarding facilities and sodomise the pupils before threatening them if they reported the matter.” Traditional leader, Chief Mathe confirmed the incident. Chief Mathe told the state controlled Sunday News that the headmaster, Mr Mangazha, on Friday told him that 14…

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WELCOME to newzimbabwevision media platforms for debate: Please email your articles, on issues directly affecting the welfare of the ordinary person in the motherland such as Political ,Economic, Equality, Girl Child, Peace, Good Governance, Democracy, Human rights, Accountability, Service Delivery in Employment, Housing ,Education, Health care, Transport, Water reticulation issues and any pertinent topic to newzimbabwevision@yahoo.co.uk for publication by our newsdesk and sharing across our news newzimbabwevision media platforms such as 1)Zimbabwe News 4 us…

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PRISON Inmates relatives asked to bring 1kg kapenta fish, 3 cans tinned beef or tinned fish, 2kg sugar,2 loaves of bread, 1kg powdered milk,

PRISON Inmates relatives asked to bring 1kg kapenta fish, 3 cans tinned beef or tinned fish, 2kg sugar,2 loaves of bread, 1kg powdered milk,

  The Zimbabwe Prison and Correctional Services (ZPCS) has extended its begging bowl to donor agencies and relatives of convicts as thousands of inmates face serious food shortages, it has emerged. Zimbabwe’s cash-strapped government is struggling to raise funds to feed prisoners. Although President Robert Mugabe this year freed over 2 000 prisoners on an amnesty, information gathered by The Standard shows that correctional officials are struggling to cater for the basic needs of inmates….

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Mugabe resorts to paid for, ‘delinquents’ to create a self-sense of popularity when faced with career threatening situations

Mugabe resorts to paid for, ‘delinquents’ to create a self-sense of popularity when faced with career threatening situations

  Whenever the despot Mr Mugabe is faced with career threatening situations, he resorts to highly organised and paid for synthetic support to create a self-sense of popularity and recognition to avoid nightmares and hallucinations that come with thoughts of life outside State House. The recent jamboree of seemingly intoxicated hooligans and vandals at the Harare International Airport to welcome the tyrant from United States of America is testimony that the tyrant is haunted by…

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THE late kwaito superstar Mduduzi Mandoza Tshabalala is buried next to SA legends

  THE late kwaito superstar Mduduzi Mandoza Tshabalala was laid to rest next to South African legends Gugu Zulu, Flabba and Simba Mhere yesterday afternoon. Mourners made their way to West Park Cemetery following an emotionally-charged funeral service for a person many described as a “hero.” So it was only fitting that Mandoza be laid to rest next to other SA heroes including racing car driver Gugu Zulu who died two months ago‚ rapper Flabba‚…

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Eastern Malawi Police torch several ‘thedzo and tsimba (initiation camps) for allegedly teaching children sexual skills’

  Blantyre — Police in eastern Malawi have torched several initiation camps which were allegedly teaching children sexual skills instead of offering them “sound advice”. Machinga District Police Spokesperson Dave Sulumba confirmed the move in an interview. “We have indeed torched some initiation camps built along river banks and on mountain slopes. We are not against the cultural practice of chinamwali (initiation) but the government wants children to go to school,” he said. According to…

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 Eight illegal gold miners killed in Chatyoka Mine shaft collapse in Concession

  At least eight illegal gold miners were killed on Thursday, while others are feared dead after a mine shaft collapsed at Chatyoka Mine in Concession.Sources said the gold seam was discovered on Sunday by some metal detectors and news of a gold rush filtered resulting in some illegal miners trooping from as far as Birchenough Bridge. When tragedy struck, security officers at the mine managed to save the lives of two miners who were…

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‘Condemnation of Mugabe, by Botswana president Ian Khama is a taboo in African etiquette and diplomacy’-Information, Media and Broadcasting Minister Dr Chris Mushohwe

‘Condemnation of Mugabe, by Botswana president  Ian Khama is a taboo in African etiquette and diplomacy’-Information, Media and Broadcasting Minister Dr Chris Mushohwe

      THE Government says it has been shocked by the strange behaviour displayed by the President of Botswana Ian Khama who this week chose to throw the tenets of diplomatic etiquette out of the window and publicly criticised President Mugabe. In an interview with the Reuters news agency in Gaborone this week, Mr Khama provocatively insinuated that President Mugabe was now too old and should retire. This is despite the fact that President…

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Jealous Zvishavane woman rips off daughter-in-law’s stitches from private parts after giving birth then commits suicide

Jealous Zvishavane woman rips off daughter-in-law’s stitches from private parts after giving birth  then commits suicide

A jealous woman from Zvishavane who didn’t approve of her son’s marriage, assaulted her daughter-in-law before forcing her legs apart and ripping off the stitches sewn on her private part soon after giving birth. Diares Sibanda (50) inserted four fingers into the private part of the daughter in-law who was still to recover from birth pangs and tore off the stitches sewn on her. Sibanda was arrested for assault but this was later changed to…

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Zanu PF national commissar, Saviour Kasukuwere tells Villagers in Gutu South “if Jesus returns he will join Zanu PF!”.

Zanu PF national commissar, Saviour Kasukuwere tells Villagers in Gutu South “if Jesus returns he will join Zanu PF!”.

  Villagers in Gutu South were on Friday shocked by utterances made at a rally by Zanu PF national commissar, Saviour Kasukuwere when he told them that “if Jesus returns he will join Zanu PF”. He made the remarks which many considered to be blasphemous at a rally at Maungwa Business Centre on Friday. Kasukuwere thanked villagers for voting President Robert Mugabe and MP Paul Chimedza in the 2013 general elections. He said Zanu PF…

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