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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

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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

Burglars broke into Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku's chambers at the Supreme Court on Sunday night and stole a computer and a television set. The Judicial Service Commission is investigating if any other items were stolen.

JSC acting secretary Justice Rita Makarau announced the burglary in a Press statement yesterday.

"The acting secretary of the Judicial Service Commission wishes to inform that the offices of the Chief Justice of Zimbabwe, Honourable GG Chidyausiku, located at

Internal strife in Zanu-PF took a new twist yesterday, with the party's secretary for information and publicity, Cde Rugare Gumbo, claiming that some senior party members were pushing for 'Mugabe to go' from within under the guise of supporting President Mugabe.

This came in the wake of President Mugabe's announcement that an urgent Politburo meeting has been called this week to review the Women and Youth League conferences and probe reports of vote buying and manipulation by Politburo

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Friends and family of a University of Waterloo student from Zimbabwe who died in a weekend hit-and-run in Toronto are trying to raise money to send his body home.

Munyaradzi Sithole, a graduate student, had been out celebrating his 31st birthday with friends on Friday. Police say he was struck and killed by a minivan at around 5 a.m. Saturday on St. Clair Avenue West, west of Symes Road.

The driver fled the scene and the minivan was later found near Dixon Road and Highway 27

A BULAWAYO man accused of a sex attack on a married church mate told a court that the woman seduced him when she visited his apartment seeking counselling following marital problems with her husband.

Hudson Mazonde, who was put on his defence following the dismissal of his application for discharge on Wednesday, told Bulawayo regional magistrate Crispen Mberewere on Friday that he had consensual sex with the 29-year-old woman from Bellevue suburb.

Mazonde, a member of Harvest House

Elizabeth, wife to former prime minister Morgan Tsvangirai, says her life is in danger and she no longer feels safe as she is being followed round the clock by people she suspects to have a sinister agenda.

In an exclusive telephone interview, Elizabeth, who is now into real estate business, claimed the continued surveillance on her movements is making her uncomfortable and she is now losing clients because of that.

"I am being harassed daily by these people who follow me wherever

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A driving instructor, returning from a road test at the Plumtree Vehicle Inspection Depot, died along with two student drivers when their car was involved in a horrific head-on collision along the Bulawayo- Plumtree Highway yesterday.

The trio died on the spot in an accident in which four other people were injured. The driving school vehicle collided with a Toyota Condor, about 10 km from Bulawayo at about 4PM at a narrow bridge just after Mazinyane Butchery.

The instructor

Three armed robbers disappeared with a Nissan NP300 truck belonging to the Minister of Primary and Secondary Education, Cde Lazarus Dokora, in Mt Darwin before burning it to a shell to conceal evidence.

The three criminals, two men and a woman, had earlier stolen a Toyota Raum in Harare and drove to Mt Darwin where they committed various offences. They were arrested last week in Epworth following a tip-off.

The trio was wanted on 13 robbery cases committed in Harare, Mashonaland

MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai lost to Zanu-PF on all occasions he has contested elections and must be ashamed of his performance and stop eyeing the country’s presidency, former secretary-general Mr Tendai Biti, has said.

Mr Biti was addressing youths and students in Masvingo on Saturday. Mr Biti dismissed Mr Tsvangirai as a clueless specialist in failure with no capacity to lead Zimbabwe.

He said Mr Tsvangirai has been losing to Zanu-PF since 2000 and was now an obstacle to

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