A Living Word Ministries Pastor in Beatrice has been arrested for killing his wife with a kitchen knife on the very day of worship Sunday last week. Pastor Madaritso Ranch who is of a Malawian origin allegedly committed the heinous act before fleeing towards the Mozambican border. He was, however, arrested before skipping into the neighbouring country yesterday.

His wife Pamela Muzondi's body was discovered early Friday morning by relatives. It is believe she may have been killed

It has now been confirmed that former Vice President Joice Mujuru and other liberation struggle stalwarts who were brutally purged from the post-congress Zanu PF will not be returning to President Robert Mugabe's warring ruling party.

Former Masvingo minister of State, Kudakwashe Bhasikiti — who is one of three bigwigs who now speak officially for the "original" Zanu PF formation that uses the slogan People First — said Mujuru would not be lured back to the

Vice president Phelekezela Mphoko's son, Siqokoqela, and members of the Central Intelligence Organization (CIO) are on a collision course over his interference in security and protocol at state functions.

Since Mphokos's appointment as Vice president in December, Siqokoqela has been a de facto bodyguard for his father during state functions. This unsanctioned conduct is now reported to be a headache for members of the CIO and protocol officers.

"Siqokoqela is always

A ZAKA woman in Masvingo who boasted that her husband has the longest PEN!S in the country and that he gives best sex performance than any other man apparently got more than what she had bargained for.

As if that was not enough, the 'lucky' woman, went on to advise her friend to dump her husband and find another man gifted sexually like her husband.

This was after her friend secretly approached her husband and allegedly seduced him so that she could have a "feel"


Regina Mundi High School headmistress, Sister Concilia Jangara's nude pictures saga has sucked in a CABS bank teller who stands accused of conniving with three fake B-Metro reporters to extort more than $1,200 from the Roman Catholic nun.

Tsitsi Kahari, 41, of Labsur Farm in Marondera, and her accomplices, Mike Chimutanda, 41, of Acacia Grove, also in Marondera, Tenias Mapfune and Showan Ndlovu whose addresses and ages were not given, allegedly threatened to publish the nun's

POLICE Commissioner-General Augustine Chihuri has all, but confirmed that State security agents played a critical role in stopping the opposition MDCs from dislodging the ruling Zanu PF party from power and brutally thwarted opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai's "regime change agenda" since 1999.

Speaking at his graduation ceremony at the Mt Carmel Institute of Business Intelligence in Harare where he was conferred with a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree on Saturday

ABOUT two months after he was acquitted on treason charges, Edmund Kudzayi, has been replaced as Sunday Mail editor.

Kudzayi was thought to be the subject of President Robert Mugabe rant when he savaged then information minister Jonathan Moyo in June last year, accusing him of firing loyalist editors and replacing them with individuals who had no history with the ruling party.

So bad was the blood between Zimpapers and the 'fired' Sunday Mail Editor that on Tuesday, Kudzayi


NINE people, including the headmaster of Ndlovu Secondary School in Hwange, were killed in three separate road accidents that occurred in Bulawayo and Hwange.

Bulawayo Chief Fire Officer, Richard Peterson, confirmed two of the accidents that occurred within the metropolitan province and were attended to by the city's emergency services.

On Sunday evening three people died on the spot after a Toyota Hilux rammed into a Mazda 626 they were travelling in resulting in the Mazda

A 36–YEAR–OLD man from Majuwe, Gwelutshena in Nkayi, Matabeleland North ran for dear life with a condom on after allegedly being caught bonking his neighbour's wife.

Ndodana Nyoni had to take to his heels while the condom was on after being caught planting himself in between the thighs of Sithembinkosi Mhlanga by her husband, Owen Mpofu last Sunday.

It is the State's case that Mhlanga left home at around 9am on 26 July to cut thatching grass near Gwelutshena


SHE wanted to have sex, but he didn't.

Instead, he was thinking about the booze his friends were gulping down just outside his tent.

So he ran outside to get his share and that's when the fight between the two homeless lovers started.

The rejected woman stormed out of the tent with her black denim jeans still undone.

"Why won't you fu*k me?" she screamed.

"Am I less important than booze? Answer me!"

Her lover, visibly drunk, put

Parastatals and State-linked enterprises have joined the bandwagon of firms that are firing employees upon issuing them with three months' notices following a recent Supreme Court ruling permitting that. Information gathered yesterday showed that many parastatals offloaded an undisclosed number of employees last week.

The Zimbabwe National Roads Administration (Zinara) confirmed that it had laid off about 50 employees, although unconfirmed reports say more than 300 employees were

President Mugabe has revealed that he married, Grace, partly because of pressure from his mother.

"The doctors said your wife cannot bear children anymore because of the kidney ailment . . . So, to my mother, she will say, 'My child, you will grow old without a child.' Aah! And she was telling others and my uncles – 'Ko iye Robert kana akangowana zvake musikana waanotora, kuti ndingowana mwana wandinobata ndisati ndafa?'

"So, there was that impulsion

The Zimbabwe National Road Administration (Zinara) has fired over 100 employees, including nine senior managers, while the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) is reportedly processing dismissal letters for an additional 850 employees.

As parastatals and state enterprises take advantage of the Supreme Court labour ruling allowing employers to fire workers by simply giving them three months notices, Zinara said it had no option but to send workers packing.

Zinara chairman Albert

VICE-PRESIDENT Phelekezela Mphoko has joined the bandwagon of businesspeople taking advantage of a recent Supreme Court order that gives employers the greenlight to terminate contracts and has dismissed about 100 workers at his Choppies supermarkets.

This comes amid reports that President Robert Mugabe's company, Gushungo Holdings, is also struggling to pay its workers with some employees from the dairy producer still to be paid their July salaries.

Mphoko, who was appointed by

UNCERTAINTY surrounded the fate of another lion from Hwange National Park Saturday after a conservation group reported that Jericho, brother of the lion slain by American dentist Walter Palmer, had also been killed.

"It is with huge disgust and sadness that we have just been informed that Jericho, Cecil's brother has been killed at 4pm today," the Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force, which broke the news of Cecil's killing, said in a statement on its Facebook page.

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