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HE CLAIMS that he started having sex with his stepmother when he was just 15 years old. Now he is 29 and his father's death is on his conscience.

His dad who was a taxi driver in South Africa died a week after finding out that four of the kids he had supported for years were his son's.
He also discovered that his son had poked his wife for more than 10 years!
"I realise now that I was abused. I never meant to betray my father," said the son, whose identity cannot

Former Vice-President Joice Mujuru's camp has written a letter to Sadc leaders asking them to intervene following their inglorious booting out from senior positions, in what is increasingly looking like a long drawn out and acrimonious fight.

Speaking from India yesterday, former Zanu PF secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa said he was hopeful that their appeal would be heard by the regional group despite their nemesis, President Robert Mugabe, being the head of the regional


A CHITUNGWIZA man, Pritchard Zimondi, who two years ago stabbed his girlfriend a stunning 15-times, Monalisa Chinomona, and killed her instantly, after the latter had refused to have sex with him, was yesterday convicted at the High Court of murder with constructive intent and will be sentenced today.

High Court judge Justice Hlekani Mwayera said Zimondi's defence was marred with inconsistencies and cunning witnesses bent on misleading the court.

Justice Mwayera also castigated

RELIGIOUS fever gripped a Victoria Falls church after congregants allegedly received more than $70,000 of miracle money in their bank accounts and through EcoCash while others claimed they had airtime topped up in their cellphones.

A conference organised by the Christian Centre International Church in which Prophet Moreblessing Ruwambiwa of the Greater Grace International Ministries was invited from Mutare, set the town abuzz after congregants claimed to have received money

President Robert Mugabe’s administration, is reportedly sittings on wads of a new Zimbabwe currency to be backed by a gold standard, which can be issued at a moment’s notice as a home grown panacea to manage a dwindling economy.

The idea for the gold-backed currency was first discussed in private, between Mugabe and fallen Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, on the side-lines of the inauguration of South African leader Jacob Zuma, in Pretoria in 2009, according to senior government


SPIRIT Embassy Church leader Uebert Angel has been battling a serious health scare after being diagnosed with a brain tumour in January this year in a development that forced him to decamp to his UK base to fight the deadly disease.

A brain tumour is a growth of cells in the brain that multiply in an abnormal, uncontrollable way. However, it is not always cancerous though it is in many instances the case. Brain tumours are graded from 1 to 4 according to their behaviour, such as how

In a bid to destroy evidence,a 29-year-old Harare man reportedly swallowed his cellphone SIM card and quickly formatted the phone's memory card carrying messages he used to send to other men begging them to have anal sex with him.

As if that was not enough, the suspected gay, Shorai Murambi, of no fixed abode, took to his feels upon seeing the police while erasing messages that he used to send to other men begging for anal sex from his phone.

His acts landed him in the dock after

As the nation is still battling to come to terms with cheating Faith Mutema's saga, another set of cheaters has been caught red-handed.

A married foreman at Big Cool Company in Harare was last week caught red-handed, having sex with his subordinate in one of the bailers' rooms  after fellow workers had left to attend a funeral.

Zondai Manyanga is reported to have abusively ordered Talent Chimedza (25) to stay behind as others attended a funeral which led to their shenanigans

The investigation against Harare preacher Walter Magaya in which he stands accused of sending his girlfriend Chipo Chakanyuka 'to be slaughtered in a Botswana jail' has taken a twist with a group of respected lawyers across the border vowing to investigate to the last drop of evidence after Magaya begged investigating journalists for mercy saying "please forgive me."
The legal experts have voiced they will soon come out into the public as soon they have concluded their inquiries

Emmerson Mnangagwa is plotting to take over as president soon and has managed to secure the support of Grace Mugabe by promising to make her vice president in 2018.

Zanu (PF) insiders this week said the Mnangagwa succession plot, which began with the elevation of Grace to lead the party's women's league several months ago, would involve sweet-talking the president, who turns 91 in two months, into retiring after 34 years in power.

Grace has reportedly bought the plan because

DESPITE treasury promises that government would, this week, pay civil servants a "13th cheque", unions claimed Wednesday that the administration had only paid the bonus to the security services, raising the ire of teachers.

The teachers condemned the "scandalous" decision adding that "if the government does not pay bonuses then the annual shut down must continue and no schools will open in 2015".

According to a statement released by the Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ)

AN extra-marital affair between a 34-year-old woman and her domestic worker ended in tragedy after the man brutally axed her to death and then committed suicide at her homestead in Mangwe.

Dereck Ncube, 36, also axed Pretty Moyo, his lover's 12-year-old niece, three times leaving her for dead before taking his life leaving a bloody scene.

The late Loveness Moyo's five-year-old daughter woke up to find her mother's bloody lifeless body and her unconscious cousin.

Relatives said


Former Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai's MDC-T party is once again gripped by another tussle, this time relating to the party leader's "very handsome" face that appears on the opposition political outfit's symbol.

Hit hard by a crushing poll defeat last year, followed by a damaging split early this year, the second inside a decade under Tsvangirai's watch, the former parliamentary majority party is now in the throes of another fight as top officials heckle over his face.

A senior

TOP Zanu-PF officials were yesterday arrested for allegedly defrauding more than 15,000 farmers of their hard-earned cash through a dubious input scheme.

Police arrested Zanu-PF national youth league director Cde Tapiwa Zengeya and Patience Chipere — one of the directors of Lasch Investments — a company engaged to supply farmers with some inputs.

Police spokesperson, Senior Assistant Commissioner Charity Charamba, yesterday confirmed the arrests saying two other people wanted in

POLICE have intensified investigations into allegations of corruption and abuse of office levelled against former Vice President Dr Joice Mujuru, who was recently fired from Government for behaviour inconsistent with the discharge of her duties. It is reported that a number of officials who worked with the ex-VP have been put on forced leave as investigations gather momentum.

Over the past few weeks, serious allegations of high-level corruption and abuse of office have been raised

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