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THE government is working on regulations that would halt the importation of second-hand ex-Japanese vehicles in a bid to promote the assembling of low-cost vehicles locally.

Industry and Commerce deputy minister Chiratidzo Mabuwa said Zimbabwe was losing much needed foreign currency importing second-hand vehicles.

Local vehicle assembling company Willowvale Mazda Motor Industry has blamed its troubles on the continued importation of used cars.

A number of Zimbabweans have

HARARE magistrate Milton Serima yesterday dismissed an application for refusal of further remand on charges of subversion and undermining the authority of President Robert Mugabe through the Baba Jukwa Facebook account by Sunday Mail editor Edmund Kudzayi and his elder brother Philip.

In his ruling, Serima said the complex nature of the case warranted more time and the State should be allowed the opportunity to finalise its investigations.

"Accused persons have been on remand for a

THREE men walked into the Maphisa branch of Agribank yesterday and got away with more than $100,000 in cash at gunpoint. The incident happened at about 2PM.

The suspects locked the bank tellers and a woman who was making a withdrawal in a strong room before making good their escape. Details of the robbery were sketchy as police immediately rounded up the tellers, security guards and a client who was in the bank. They were still at Maphisa Police station giving statements by 8PM last

Raunchy dancer Beverly Sibanda alleges that one of the leading prophets offered her a car and a house for marriage.

Speaking on Star FM’s popular programme "Zvirimugango" Bev said she turned down a leading prophet’s proposal for marriage after discovering that he was already married.

"I will not name him but I fell in love with a prophet and he offered me everything for marriage but I later realised that he was married and I left him. He was unfortunate that I found it inhuman to

Commencement of the much anticipated Big Brother Africa season 9 will be slightly delayed after the famous house caught fire on Tuesday.

The show producers are said to have cancelled the start of the show which was set to be launched on Sunday, 7 September 2014.

According to Channel24, there were no reported injuries during the blaze.

Channel24 sources said: "The cause of the fire at this stage is unknown and investigations will commence as soon as it is safe to do so."

A THREE-YEAR-OLD marriage is on the verge of collapse after the husband discovered a string of p*rnographic photos in his wife's phone which were allegedly sent by her uncle.

Nickson Murashiranwa of Cowdray Park in Bulawayo reportedly got the shock of his life when he discovered p*rn images in his wife, Patricia Malunga's phone.

The man flew into a rage and demanded to know the person who had the guts to send a married woman such images. The wife never wasted her husband's time

A Gokwe woman is set to appear before a traditional court after her two daughters accused her of "marrying" them off to a goblin.

Devastated by failing to secure marriage, the two women reportedly sought help from a witch hunter, popularly as tsikamutanda who advised them that the reason they were not getting men to marry them was because they were already "married to a goblin".

A reliable source from Mhondogori Village under Chief Njelele said: "The two daughters teamed up and

Influential Nigerian Prophet T.B. Joshua has prophesied an imminent attack on a presidential figure in Southern Africa.

"You should pray for Southern Africa..... I am seeing militants are interested in embarrassing a president in that region – either to kill him or kidnap him," he stated on Sunday 31st August 2014 in a church service broadcast on Emmanuel TV, one of Africa's most popular television channels.

"That is just their objective – to kidnap the president, vice president or

TWO Lupane women who seemingly have bigger-than-usual private parts and their male accomplice from Gweru were taken to court in Zvishavane for shoplifting after being caught by a local wholesale manager hiding perfumes deep into their 'honey jars'.

Mercy Moyo (28) and Precious Khumalo (39) of Lupaka village under Chief Mabhikwa in Lupane and Innocent Ben (28) of Mkoba 14 in Gweru were convicted and sentenced to 30 days behind bars by Zvishavane magistrate Peter Madiba after they pleaded

THE 18-year-old man from the Matjinge area of Plumtree who last week told a court that his sister seduced him to sleep with her yesterday said the victim admired his manhood.

The man accused of raping his sister pleaded guilty to the charge but Bulawayo Regional Court magistrate Mark Dzira altered the plea to not guilty when he said he found her sister in his blankets making sexual moves when he returned from taking a bath.

The State led by Tinashe Dzipe called the 15-year-old

Band Members of Sungura Ace Alick Macheso were lucky to escape unhurt after being involved in a car accident save for  engineer Morgan Mupeta who sustained some minor injuries and is now hospitalised.

Its not clear what precipitated the accident that occurred over the weekend when Ocherstra Mberikwazvo was travelling from Gutu over the weekend. Speaking to the media, Morgan Mupeta said he was in a stable condition.

"I thought my right leg was affected but according to the

A woman yesterday told the court that her abusive husband urinates on their blankets three times a night and defecates on the doorstep each time he comes home drunk.

Cathrine Musendo said her husband, Steward Chapotera, was also in the habit of exchanging family groceries for cigarettes.

This emerged at the Harare Civil Court where Musendo was seeking a protection order against Chapotera, whom she accused of verbally and physically abusing her.

"I am sick and tired of cleaning


CONTROVERSIAL Zimdancehall chanter and loose cannon Sandra Gazi, popularly known as Lady Squanda, has finally found her biological father and visited the family rural home for the first retracing steps to her place of origin.

Having been orphaned by the death of her mother and raised by her grandmother Eunice Tomana in the sprawling township of Chitungwiza, Lady Squanda exhibits all the classic trademark stereotype signs of a child raised by a doting nan.

Wayward behaviour, the

JOHANE Marange (Simon branch) leader, Clement Momberume who bedded his nephew's wife will pay him $10,000 for adultery after the High Court upheld a decision by a lower court.

Bulawayo Magistrate Victor Mpofu had earlier ordered Momberume to pay Jasper Dhliwayo $10,000, for the adultery, but the church leader through his lawyer Sindiso Mazibisa applied to the High Court and the appeal was dismissed.

In his $10,000 lawsuit, Dhliwayo said his uncle who is the leader of an apostolic

Police investigations into the Baba Jukwa saga have gone international, with a team of detectives expected to leave for the United States to meet social networks and search engine providers to aid the State case against Sunday Mail editor Edmund Kudzayi and his brother Philip.

This was revealed in court by prosecutor Miss Sharon Mashavira while responding to Edmund and Philip's application for refusal of further remand on charges of subversion and undermining the authority of the

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