Plumtree Council worker (40), rapes daughter’s 9 year old friend, and Bulilima man (41) rapes workmate’s 13-year-old daughter.

Plumtree  Council worker (40), rapes daughter’s 9 year old friend, and Bulilima man (41) rapes workmate’s 13-year-old daughter.

A 40-YEAR-OLD Plumtree Town Council worker allegedly raped his daughter’s nine-year-old friend and gave her 50 cents to buy her silence. Tjidzani Sibanda who is stationed at the Plumtree Council Water and Sewer Department and stays in George Silundika suburb allegedly called the girl into his bedroom while she was playing with his daughter. Sibanda appeared before Plumtree magistrate, Mr Gideon Ruvetsa facing a rape charge. The magistrate remanded him in custody to September 16….

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‘NO amount of dirty politicking and coalitions by opposition elements will force Zanu-PF into another Government of National Unity’-Mugabe,

‘NO amount of dirty politicking and coalitions by opposition elements will force Zanu-PF into another Government of National Unity’-Mugabe,

  NO amount of dirty politicking and coalitions by opposition elements will force Zanu-PF into another Government of National Unity, the revolutionary party’s Politburo said yesterday. Addressing journalists after a Politburo meeting in Harare, Zanu-PF secretary for administration Cde Ignatius Chombo, said President Mugabe directed party members to craft peaceful strategies to counter violent protests being perpetrated by the opposition. At the fore of the violent protests is Morgan Tsvangirai’s MDC-T, Dr Joice Mujuru’s Zimbabwe…

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‘Grace , reportedly briefly collapsed in Dubai, while her son was in trouble with police over a drug related incident, hence Mugabe’s dash from Sadc’

‘Grace , reportedly briefly collapsed in Dubai, while her son was in trouble with police over a  drug related incident, hence Mugabe’s dash from Sadc’

  First Lady, Grace Mugabe, reportedly fell down and become briefly unconscious in Dubai last Tuesday, as a result of recurring illness while visiting her son, Robert Junior, who studies there, Spotlight Zimbabwe reported. The shock revelation, comes contrary to worldwide circulating reports last week, that President Robert Mugabe was the one on his deathbed in the Far East, bringing back to the fore the first lady’s own deteriorating health situation after she was diagnosed…

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Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) identifies discrimination and exclusion of opposition in food aid distribution

Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) identifies discrimination and exclusion of opposition in food aid distribution

ZANU-PF and top government officials have been fingered in systematic partisan food distribution by the Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC). The commission has called for investigations saying “those affiliated with the opposition would never get food aid”. The commission’s report comes hardly two weeks after it issued a strongly worded statement against police’s conduct during demonstrations that rocked the country last month. “The commission, on the basis of evidence gathered, came to the conclusion that…

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Mugabe furious with Kasukuwere, that stands earmarked for Zanu PF youth were sold to Prophet Walter Magaya

Mugabe furious with  Kasukuwere, that stands earmarked for Zanu PF youth  were sold to  Prophet Walter Magaya

  Local Government, Public Works and National Housing Minister Saviour Kasukuwere is in trouble with President Robert Mugabe over clandestine sale of land earmarked for youths housing to Prophet Walter Magaya. Rape accused Magaya plan to build 20 000 housing units in Harare ,Bulawayo and Mutare. According to the Herald, Mugabe grilled Kasukuwere before Wednesday politburo session. “Ko nyaya yevakomana yemastands iri kufamba sei?” (What’s the latest on the residential stands issue) Mugabe asked.”I heard…

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After a legal challenge by Harare lawyer Tendai Biti and Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights, High Court lifts Ban on demonstrations

After a legal challenge by Harare lawyer Tendai Biti and Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights,  High Court lifts Ban on demonstrations

  The High Court has today suspended  the ban on all public demonstrations in Harare imposed by the police under a legal instrument published last week. The suspension is for seven days. The ruling by Justice Priscilla Chigumba follows a legal challenge launched by Harare lawyer Tendai Biti and Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights representing the opposition under the auspices of the National Electoral Reform Agenda (Nera) Last week, Government banned demonstrations in Harare under…

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POLICE will deal decisively with unruly elements who sponsor violence and cause disturbances through illegal demonstrations

POLICE will deal decisively with unruly elements who sponsor violence and cause disturbances through illegal demonstrations

  Police yesterday reiterated that they will deal decisively with unruly elements who sponsor violence and cause disturbances in the country through illegal demonstrations, the Herald says. Police Commissioner-General Augustine Chihuri said violence led to untold suffering and could result in loss of life and property.He said this in a speech read on his behalf by Deputy Comm-Gen (human resources) Levie Sibanda, while addressing nine officers who are set to leave Zimbabwe for a United…

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MASSIVE CLIMBDOWN: ‘Bulawayo police, admit there are no fears of terrorism in Zimbabwe, only a day after claiming so.’

MASSIVE CLIMBDOWN: ‘Bulawayo police, admit there are no fears of terrorism in Zimbabwe, only a day after claiming so.’

  In a massive climb down, police in Bulawayo have admitted that there is no terrorism fear in the country, a day after claiming so. Police had banned People’s Democratic Party (PDP) planned first anniversary celebrations on Sunday in the city. They said according to their intelligence, the country was on terrorism alert. According to reports, Chief Superintendent Mthokozisi Manzini Moyo wrote back to PDP saying “Please be advised that after putting some issues into…

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Zimbabwe National Army Head of recruitment at Imbizo Barracks, was shot in a love triangle dispute

Zimbabwe National Army Head of  recruitment at Imbizo Barracks, was shot in a love triangle dispute

  A SENIOR Zimbabwe National Army official sustained a wound on his thigh after he was shot during an argument in a love triangle. Dalton Muleya (49) head of the recruiting depot at Imbizo Barracks, Bulawayo, told a court he felt justice was not taking its course following his injury. Takesure Mbano (38), Muleya’s love rival pleaded not guilty to an attempted murder charge. Bulawayo Regional Magistrate Mr Chrispen Mberewere remanded Mbano out of custody…

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Cheating Tsholotsho Woman aborts and buries baby in shallow grave while her ‘injiva’ husband was in South Africa

Cheating Tsholotsho Woman aborts and buries baby in shallow grave while her ‘injiva’ husband was in South Africa

    AN Injiva’s wife from Tsholotsho, who fell pregnant when her husband was in South Africa, allegedly terminated her seven-month old pregnancy and buried the foetus in a shallow grave. Police arrested Arldonis Moyo (27) of Mayibongwe Moyo’s Homestead in Mahole village under chief Tategulu on Monday. She allegedly aborted on August 12. A close source who spoke on condition of anonymity said Aldornis panicked when her husband, Mayibongwe (34), returned home and saw…

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