Never play an away match. That’s the advice a suspected prostitute from Hwange in Matebeleland North province could be getting from her friends after a walk of shame. The alleged thigh vendor only identified as Sungani from DRC area in Mpumalanga suburb was busted by the wife of her married client Sam Nxumalo.

She had been left resting when Nxumalo went to work. There was no pressure because Nxumalo’s wife is a teacher based out of town at Cross Dete primary school. The extreme

HEADS are expected to roll at the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) as the tax collector has completed a forensic audit that exposes massive corruption and fraudulent conduct by top executives.A statement detailing major findings of the audit is expected to be released today.

The forensic audit report, compiled by HLB Ruzengwe, has been submitted to Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa for examination and presentation to the government before being publicised.

The Zimra board commissioned

Actress Tatenda Mavetera, who made her name on the local TV series Studio 263, has been named in a matter in which a suspected dealer is accused of defrauding a local refrigerator manufacturer in a botched parts deal. Mavetera known as Tendai Jari in Studio 263, is said to have played a role in the transaction that led to the local fridge manufacturer, Imperial Fridges losing nearly $50 000.

Plantech (Pvt) Limited company employee, Rogers Emmanuel Mukaro, was taken to the Harare magistrate

In an incident reminiscent of South African rapper AKA’s tiff with a fan, songbird Ammara Brown and socialite Rumbidzai Mapeto were involved in a dispute after the former refused to take a selfie with the latter after a performance.

The incident , which took place at Brown’s Shoko Festival appearance which saw her earn rave reviews from watchers, played out on social media where other people on the Zimbabwean showbiz scene jumped in to give their two cents. Taking to her Facebook

According to Oskid, Winky D’s 2016 album will be released next week Thursday. Producer Oskid posted:

Winky D album produced by Oskid is dropping next week Thursday 6 October 2016. The album also features one of Winky’s most requested song 25 which he has been sampling during his live shows… Another Oskid Production.

A Gokwe man believes his wife was bewitched hence giving birth to a frog like creature. Garikai Maphosa’s wife Tafadzwa Dumani’s sudden labour pains caught them off guard amounting to more questions than answers.

“It was on Monday night when she complained of labour pains and I said we would go to the clinic the following day. The pains got sever in the morning s I called a neighbour who’s a midwife to assist,” said Maphosa.

When he came with the midwife

The cop who jumped into a sewage pool pursuing a fleeing prophet in Mutare has been promoted.

Courage Mhara has been promoted from a constable to a sergeant. Sergeant Mhara was honoured by Officer Commanding Manicaland Province, Senior Assistant Commisioner Isaac Tayengwa for taking the risk of diving into a pond of raw sewage and pursuing Trust Chiriko (30) who had escaped arrest at Munezhu Roadblock in Dangamvura on September 13. Sgt Mhara and his colleague, Cst Taison Munhungeyi went home

I’ve had to go through moments of internal therapy in order to come back to whom I really am without the lights, as well as rethink where I want to be as Samantha moving forward.

It wasn’t an easy process but I’m so lucky to have had people guide me through that journey to accept and acknowledge my personal truths! Sometimes we have to let go of the negative elements in our lives that hold us back in order to move forward.

I symbolised my “letting go” through

President Mugabe’s son, Bellarmine Chatunga has been denied a $380 000 loan by a local bank.

Chatunga (19) — Mugabe’s last born — approached a local commercial bank, BancABC through its branch in Mt Pleasant last month pushing for a loan at its corporate finance division to fund his nondescript businesses and extravagant way of life.

Sources have told the Zimbabwe Independent that the President’s son — who has business interests in retail and

SOME Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) officers manning roadblocks along the country’s major highways have been accused of coercing motorists to buy raffle tickets at the check points.

Motorists who spoke to claimed that officers were pestering them to buy tickets for this year’s ZRP Commissioner General’s Fun Fair raffle with some of the cops reportedly saying they had been given daily targets by their bosses.

“What is happening at roadblocks these

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe was yesterday publicly shamed, as University of Zimbabwe (UZ) graduates demonstrated at the institution’s graduation ceremony, which he was presiding over, demanding jobs.

Former Zimbabwe National Students’ Union (Zinasu) president Tonderai Dombo led the protests after raising a placard demanding jobs, as Mugabe, the institution’s chancellor, was getting ready to cap more than 3 000 students.

Dombo stood on his chair facing Mugabe and raised a

A Bulawayo woman who killed her one week old baby and stashed it in a plastic bag before throwing it away has been sentenced to 33 months imprisonment.

The woman went on to escape from police custody and stole documents relating to her arrest to destroy evidence.

Rosetta Precious Moyo (24) from Cowdray Park suburb was arrested after she claimed to have dumped her one week old baby at Barbourfields Stadium after it had died on their way to hospital.

She appeared before Western Commonage

FIVE police officers armed with knives allegedly raided the home of a State witness in a bribery case and beat him up in an effort to stop him from testifying against them in court.

The cops, a court heard yesterday, threatened to kill Mr Claudius Chauke during the mafia-style attack at midnight. They allegedly told him that they were members of the Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO).

The cops allegedly advised Mr Chauke that it would be good for his well being if he kept away from

COALITION talks are top of the agenda as MDC-T president Morgan Tsvangirai leads his party in its 17th anniversary celebrations in Bulawayo this weekend.

Sources in the party said Tsvangirai will use the celebrations to gauge his supporters’ mood on the mooted grand coalition, which is likely to see the National Electoral Reforms Agenda parties forge an alliance against President Robert Mugabe.

“The time for a coalition is now full circle and it will be a major issue at the

High Court judge Justice Priscilla Chigumba reportedly solicited for a $20 000 bribe from one of the parties in a case she was presiding over, the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) revealed yesterday.JSC chairman Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku said they were considering referring the case to President Mugabe for him to set up a commission to look into the matter. This came out during an interview in which Justice Chigumba was among eight High Court judges that were being interviewed by the

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