A Mutare woman who fled her matrimonial home for South Africa in 2005 has returned home with illegitimate children. Her estranged husband who has since remarried wants her kicked out of his house. Dunmore Dzanga has told a magistrate he does not want to see Alert Kangoma in his house.

“I married her in 2000, but finalised paying the bridal price in 2004. I paid beasts Your Worship, but despite all that she stole my money which I intended to buy 2,5 kilograms of gold with. She ran away

boy has died in Chiredzi after circumcision went horribly wrong.

Ashley Matsvairen(14), died while undergoing voluntary medical
circumcision at Triangle Hospital in Chiredzi, on Tuesday. The incident
left the boy’s parents seething with anger and alleging negligence on
part of the hospital staff.

His mother, Mrs Tendai Jamela, said her son was in a jovial mood when
she escorted him to the hospital for circumcision around 6am.

“There is an element of negligence on the

Eriza aka Lady Storm is on a countrywide tour to promote her brand of dance.

Eriza, whose real name is Lynn Magodo, said that she would perform in every part of the country and widen her fan base outside the capital city.

For the past four weeks, Eriza has performed in Masvingo, Bulawayo and Kariba. She will tomorrow (Saturday) descend in Mutare at hot night spot, Club Mandisa for a potentially explosive show.

“I am enjoying the ride. My shows outside Harare have been

THIS year’s edition of Mr Ugly pageant starts with Harare province hosting the preliminary rounds of the contest tomorrow at Club RTS in Epworth.


Among the 15 contestants set to battle for honours tomorrow is William Masvinu , the two-time title winner who is seeking to redeem his lost glory when he surrendered the crown to little-known Maison Sere last year.

Masvinu, a porter at Mbare Musika who won the title in 2010 and 2013 fumed over the defeat last year and caused a stir at the

The MDC -led Harare City Council has caved in to pressure from Local Government minister, Saviour Kasukuwere and sent town clerk Mr James Mushore on forced leave without benefits.

Mushore was only appointed last month. Kasukuwere had threatened to embarrass MDC leader, Morgan Tsvangirai if he does not play ball on Mushore.

Councillors convened a special council meeting yesterday and resolved to send Mr Mushore on forced leave. The special council meeting was cleared by the High Court

THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has announced plans to introduce local “bond notes” to circulate alongside a basket of foreign currencies adopted in 2009, in a bid to ease widespread cash shortages stalking its sluggish economy. This has raised fears of the recurrence of the ill-fated ‘bearer cheques’ that accelerated inflation, which rendered the local currency worthless. The Source interrogates the key questions.

What caused the cash shortages in the first place?

Warriors coach Callisto Pasuwa has been paid his salary for April by Wicknell Chivayo.

Pasuwa’s April salary was paid through a BancABC escrow account set up by the businessman. There had been fears that the payment of Pasuwa’s salary could, once again, be a huge talking point which could sway focus
from the big game against Malawi at the giant stadium next month.

Pasuwa’s manager Gibson Mahachi confirmed that the coach has since been paid his April salary. “He

Zimbabwean Pr_ostitutes’ clients in Gwanda and Beitbridge should exercise extreme caution when hiring thigh vendors for their X-rated services following sensational reports that prostitutes are on the prowl in the two towns collecting spe_rms from their clients after sex.

According to reports, the spe_rms are being exported to South Africa where they are reportedly in demand by sangomas who are said to be using them in their traditional rituals to bring luck, enhance good fortune and

A MAN from Chimombe Squatter camp in Marlborough yesterday appeared in court for torching his friend to death after a misunderstanding.

Ignatius Bomba,23,appeared before Harare magistrate Tendai Mahwe charged with murder.

The State represented by Peter Kachirika opposed Bomba to be granted bail arguing that he was of no fixed aboard.

He was advised to approach the High Court for bail application.

Allegations facing Bomba are that on April 30 this year at around 7pm,he had a

A man was shocked when he discovered that he was not the named father of  his fourth child on the birth certificate.

Junnias Chibondokoto saw a birth certificate stating that one Timothy Masuka was the father of the child. It confirmed that his wife of 18 years, Ella Mbengo had cheated on him.  Ellah has since left her Waterfalls home to stay in Stoneridge where Timothy is said to be footing rentals and other bills.

An angry  Junnias is now claiming $10 000 adultery damages

A 26-YEAR-OLD Harare woman, Lorrain Chengeta, who allegedly masqueraded as a United States immigrant and swindled an unsuspecting local company director of $3 150, yesterday, appeared at the Harare Magistrates’ Courts charged with fraud.

Chengeta, who is employed as a waitress in South Africa, pleaded not guilty to the charge when she appeared before Harare magistrate Vakai Douglas Chikwekwe and was remanded out of custody on $200 bail.

Allegations against Chengeta are that on March

In yet another unprecedented attack on President Robert Mugabe’s warring Zanu PF, disgruntled war veterans linked to embattled Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa say the former liberation movement has been an unmitigated disaster since it came to power in April 1980.

Speaking to the Daily News yesterday — as Zimbabwe continues on its precipitous economic decline that is widely blamed on Mugabe and Zanu PF — the disaffected former freedom fighters, who have been pivotal in

The Mighty Warriors did not train yesterday after they failed to get transport to their training centre in Mt Pleasant.

The highly successful senior women’s team has been relying on a bus supplied by a local benefactor, Herentals College, owned by the Benza Brothers to transport the team when in camp.

The girls were forced to cancel their afternoon session due to lack of transport to ferry them from Mt Hampden base where they are camping.

High Performance Centre director Grant

CORE Mining and Mineral Resources director Lovemore Kurotwi and former Zimbabwe Mining Development Corporation chief executive officer Dominic Mubaiwa have walked free from court after being found not guilty of defrauding the government of $2 billion in a diamond mining deal.

The judgment questioned the competence of government lawyers who scrutinised the papers and blindly advised the nation into forming a joint venture mining firm Canadile Miners with a company that did not
have the

For many people an expensive car can be their pride and joy.

So when this man, who had parked his brand new £90,000 Range Rover outside luxury department store Harrods, found it had been ‘decorated’ by someone , he wasn’t best pleased.

The red-faced motorist came back to find the word ‘cheater’ had been spray-painted in large red letters, possibly by a disgruntled ex , along each side and ‘I hope she was worth it’ scrawled across the tinted

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