Amid claims that President Robert Mugabe no longer believed that former Vice President Joice Mujuru had plotted to oust and assassinate him, it is now also being suggested that some post-congress Zanu PF bigwigs are actively working to hire lure her back to the warring party.

Sources within both the post-congress Zanu PF led by Mugabe, and its rival formation fronted by liberation struggle stalwarts - the "original" Zanu PF that uses the slogan People First - claimed in


A Chitungwiza prostitute has been arrested for allegedly conniving with her boyfriend in striking her sex client with a hoe resulting in his death.

Shupikai Luwanda, aged 33, and Byron Mujongondi face murder charges after they allegedly connived in the murder of Freeman Muyambo over an argument of a missing cellphone. The two lovers are being held at St Mary's police station and are likely to appear in court today.

Reports are that the deceased who was drunk had sex with the

Alpha Media Holdings, publishers of NewsDay, The Zimbabwe Independent and The Standard newspaper yesterday fired five journalists and 16 newspaper inserters using the recent Supreme Court ruling that allows employers to terminate contracts of employment on three months' notice at will and at anytime.

Although details were still sketchy, sources at NewsDay confirmed that journalists Tinashe Sibanda, Gibson Mtizwa and Godwell Gwavava were among the sacked employees.


TEACHERS who fled Siyangaya Primary School in Tsholotsho claiming they were sexually abused by a mysterious baboon will only return to the school after the situation has normalised, Matabeleland North provincial education director Boithatelo Mnguni has said.

Ten female teachers abandoned their pupils on July 11 claiming a mysterious baboon was sexually abusing them during the night.

Female teachers would wake up without their underwear or with signs that they had had sex overnight.

TEACHERS at Siyangaya Primary School in Tsholotsho,  last week fled from the institution claiming a mysterious baboon sexually abuses them at night, a district education director confirmed yesterday.

Sources at the school who cannot be named for professional reasons said female members of staff would wake up without their underwear or with signs that they had sex overnight.

"One of the teachers said she woke up towards midnight on July 10 and saw a man with a baboon in

An Air Force of Zimbabwe corporal Tendai Togara has murdered his wife in cold blood under unclear circumstances at Field Air Base in Chegutu.
The corporal slit his wife's throat using a knife.

Police spokesperson Senior Assistant Commissioner Charity Charamba said Togara, who is now in police custody, allegedly murdered Martha Dondo under unclear circumstances.

The two are believed to have been on separation and had attended a civil court case over the custody of

Zanu PF insiders claim that President Robert Mugabe no longer buys into the "contrived narrative" that former Vice President Joice Mujuru had plotted to oust and assassinate him — as it apparently becomes increasingly clear to the First Family that some ambitious ruling party bigwigs expediently "manufactured" the fib for their political benefit.

Sources yesterday claimed that events of the past few months had "clearly shown" Mugabe that some


Social Media has erupted in fury and disdain after it became 'apparent' that a certain gentleman that Bev had invited onto the Stage, at the Dunstable Leisure Centre on Saturday had soiled his underwear during one of the dirty dancer's raunchy 'close combat' dances!

At the end of the video, alert revellers  were horrified to see that the man's grey  underwear was soiled by some brown 'stuff' resembling human dung.

"Dzisisai varume


A seemingly exasperated President Robert Mugabe on Saturday pleaded with his errant and fun-loving last born, Bellarmine Chatunga, imploring him to grow up and take his studies seriously.

Speaking at his wife Grace's lavish 50th birthday celebrations, that took place on Chatunga's 18th birthday, the concerned nonagenarian — who spoke from the heart — said he feared that his son could be headed for disaster if he did not improve on his discipline.

It was also

A ZVISHAVANE married woman, who took off her clothes in protest over eviction before dousing herself with petrol and threatening to set herself ablaze has been slapped with an 18-month jail term.

The woman gave male onlookers a very difficult time as she stripped naked, exposing her burnt-grass-like pubic hair, was described as very long and junky by one source. Reports are that men's anacondas nearly broke after the chocolate-coloured well built woman whose 'assets' are

A court in Libya has sentenced Col Muammar Gaddafi's son, Saif al-Islam, and eight others to death over war crimes linked to the 2011 revolution.

More than 30 close associates of the deposed leader were on trial, accused of suppressing protests during the uprising.

Saif al-Islam was not present in court and gave evidence via video link. He is being held by a former rebel group from the town of Zintan that refuses to hand him over. Former head of intelligence for the Gaddafi


SIES! In a development reminiscent of the Masvingo Bush romps sagas, the thicket near Nkulumane Shopping Complex in Bulawayo has been turned into love nests, with couples seen getting into the thicket for pleasurable moments as evidenced by pictures taken by an alert citizen on Sunday.

The citizen reporter managed to use his smartphone to capture two unidentified couples, one in a steamy session on rocks, and the other, nesting inside the tall grass, found already done with the


A BULAWAYO police officer allegedly received a $3 bribe to allow three football fans entry at the $5-per-person ‘Wing’ terrace during Sunday’s epic clash between Dynamos and Highlanders at Barbourfields Stadium.

Bishop Mwembe, 29, stationed at Mzilikazi police station, allegedly chewed up two $1 notes when a colleague caught him red handed receiving the bribe. The court heard there was a scuffle at Barbourfields Police Post when he snatched the remaining note and

Four South Africa-based Zimbabweans were reportedly arrested in Musina yesterday in connection with gruesome murder of two Zimbabwean women last month.

Sources said the suspects were detained at Oliphant Fontein Police Station in Johannesburg and were expected to assist South African police with investigations into the murder cases.

Zimbabwe's consular-general to South Africa, Henry Mukonoweshuro, could neither confirm nor deny the arrests.

"I will let you know about

THE Supreme Court of Zimbabwe has made another shocking labour ruling giving employers the right to withdraw employees' allowances and benefits saying these were not a right or entitlement.

This comes barely 14 days after the same court gave the employer the right to terminate workers' contracts and offload them at three months' notice without having to pay retrenchment packages.

In a judgment delivered at the Supreme Court, in a matter involving the National Railways

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