President Robert Mugabe’s days in office are now numbered, as the veteran leader has reportedly secretly bow down to pressure from the country’s securocrats to announce his departure, Spotlight Zimbabwe, has been told.

Mugabe who is fighting to put out the worst political fires of his career, coming from all angles inside the ruling Zanu PF party, the opposition and a growing citizen protest movement, is said to have agreed to step down within months at a recent security meeting

More than 60 arrested protesters could face a lengthy remand jail time after the state today spiritedly opposed bail for the activists arguing that they will cause more disturbances if granted.

Bulawayo24.com heard that state prosecutors said the charge faced by the activists was serious and is punishable by a sentence of not less that 10 years.The state said the accused who include journalists are members of #Tajamuka and that they burnt a Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) vehicle and

Two renowned ‘prophets’ Emmanuel Makandiwa and rape accused Walter Magaya have been accused of being ‘driven by selfish interests’ as they contradict each other on bond notes.

Both men say they are hearing from the same God when making their prophecies.

Makandiwa has called for the return of the local currency that was abandoned in early 2009 due to hyperinflation.

“I believe in local blessings. I believe in my own currency. We cannot say we are blessed

A gardener in the city has been accused of se_xual harassment by his female employer. Laudious Chivhanga stands accused of stalking Gladys Chivaura pestering her for se_x. As a result Gladys hauled him to the civil court for a peace order against him. She said Laudious has gone to the extent of filming her every move as he placed hidden cameras in her house.

“This man is a gardener and he has been pestering me to have an illicit affair with him. He is old and married and I told him

Police and State security agents forcefully took away a pregnant woman in indiscriminate arrests last Friday during pro-electoral reform protests in Harare, according to a human rights watchdog.

The Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) located her at Harare Central police station after a search for victims of police persecution.

Some 18 political parties combined on Friday in a march to press for electoral reforms but tempers flared when police descended heavily on the demonstrators

THE Government has said roadblocks must not be mounted less than 10 kilometres apart as it violates United Nations (UN) guidelines on road patrols.

Home Affairs Deputy Minister Cde Obedingwa Mguni said it was not only illegal but also bizarre to have roadblocks within a 10 kilometre radius.

Cde Mguni said this in Parliament last week while responding to a question posed by Chitungwiza North MP Godfrey Sithole (MDC-T) on the criteria used to mount roadblocks.

Deputy Minister Mguni also

MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai at the weekend met with estranged war veterans led by their secretary-general Victor Matemadanda in a bid to find a solution to the economic and political crisis bedevilling Zimbabwe, NewsDay has learnt.

The meeting, which according to insiders was held at an unspecified location, centred on finding a solution to the myriad of challenges Zimbabwe faces.

Although Luke Tamborinyoka, Tsvangirai’s spokesperson, could neither confirm nor deny the meeting

Re-elected ZAPU president Dabengwa says he will be too old to contest for the presidential elections in 2018.

“I will not be standing as the candidate for the party in the presidential elections in 2018. I’m now 78-years old and my plan is to retire at 80. The party should therefore start hunting for a new presidential candidate now,” said Mr Dabengwa soon after being re-elected.

Dabengwa will be deputised by Mrs Laura Makuzva. Mr Jacob Dube is the national treasurer

United Family International Church (UFIC) leader Brand Emmanuel Makandiwa has vowed to continue preaching the message of prosperity and material blessings saying it was his calling.

He made the revelations at the Judgment Day 4 sermon held at UFIC church’s headquarters site in Mt Hampden last Friday.

Addressing thousands of congregants who braved the cold weather to attend the sermon, Brand Makandiwa said his mission was to eradicate poverty in Africa.

“The Lord gave me the

Social financial network MMM Global Zimbabwe is a fraudulent investment scheme and people have no legal recourse if they lose their money, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has warned.

The online investment pyramid scheme, effectively a Ponzi scheme relying on an accelerating number of new members to pay off the old, is simply referred to as Triple M and has in the past months seen thousands of Zimbabweans joining in a bid “to get rich quickly”.

There are now reports that thousands

Promise Mkwananzi was nowhere near Harare City centre when violence broke out, his lawyer said as he tried to get him freed.

Magistrate Mr Tendai Mahwe ruled that Mkwananzi (35) and his co-accused Bruce Usvisvo (26) could interfere with State witnesses if freed on bail.Thirteen other protesters who appeared in court last Friday were also denied bail. They were remanded to September 12.

In their bail application, Mkwananzi and Usvisvo, who were represented by their lawyer Mr Mupanga

A fuel deal was burnt to death when her house caught fire in Beitbridge.

The incident occurred on Sunday and it took local fire fighters close to three hours to completely put out the inferno. Matabeleland South police spokesperson Inspector Philisani Ndebele confirmed the incident. He identified the deceased as Sithabile Mbedzi (30)

“Indications are that she was cooking in the same room with 20 litres of petrol. During the process, the house caught fire and she was trapped inside

A new campaign, Tasvinura, has been launched in Masvingo to protest against President Mugabe’s misrule.

Cops quickly pounced on the protestors and arrested seven activists. Prosper Tiringindi the Masvingo Residents Trust Coordinator is one of those arrested and cops were set to go and search his house today.  The Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights is attending to the case.

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Amazing Grace Ministries founder, Apostle Clarkson Kutsakatika was arrested on allegations of drugging his female congregant before raping her.

The victim, who has since lodged her complaint at Chitungwiza Police Station under case No. RRB 545/8/16, alleges that the man of cloth raped her at their church premise in the car.

“He sent me a WhatsApp message at 6:00 pm and he said he wanted to see my baby, who was not feeling well.

“I agreed because I thought he was going to

Vendors and retailers — whose vehicles and wares running into hundreds of thousands of dollars were looted and destroyed in violent demonstrations that rocked Harare last week — have demanded compensation from MDC-T or else they will take the battle to the party’s headquarters, Harvest House, in Harare.

The group also implored Government to ban demonstrations which affected the ordinary man.

Shops and vending stalls were destroyed resulting in the looting of goods in parts of

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