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Prophetic Healing and Deliverance PHD) ministries leader, Walter Magaya, has revealed that he dishes out money to sex workers and runs projects for them.

Magaya told journalists during his Ladies All Night Prayer on Friday night that on a daily basis he assisted hundreds of sex workers with various projects.

"I give prostitutes money here on a daily basis to assist them get out of that thing. As a church we run projects for them so that they change their lives," he said.


Dr Joice Mujuru allegedly doctored deeds and nominally changed ownership of her late husband General Solomon Mujuru's assets to prevent other bona fide beneficiaries – including an estimated 90 children – from accessing his vast estate, a family member has charged.

It is alleged that the sacked Vice-President started tampering with the estate soon after Gen Mujuru's death when she realised that his will left an estimated 70 percent of the estate to his children.

Gen Mujuru, who

The Zimbabwe Consulate in Cape Town was rocked by the "Bring Back Itai Dzamara" demonstrations as the MDC members in South Africa mounted pressure on Zimbabwean authorities to release the abducted activist.

Dzamara was abducted three weeks ago on March 9 at his Glenview home by what many suspect to be state security agents. Since then his whereabouts and safety issues are not known.

MDC-T youths also demonstrated recently in Harare. The UK branch of the MDC-T also played its role

PROPHETIC Healing and Deliverance ministries leader Walter Magaya has said it is his duty to pray for President Robert Mugabe, adding that all Zimbabweans needed to do so as the ageing leader was there by "God's grace".

Magaya said this while preaching to thousands of women attending the ladies all night prayer at his church Friday.

He said Mugabe needed the prayers of Zimbabweans for wisdom to lead the country.

"Lets us pray for our leader; I am talking about my president

A MAN who died in a mine tunnel in Gwanda's Mafuku Village, is reportedly appearing in public places in daylight terrorising residents.Sidubula Ncube (pictured) died in January and was buried in the presence of family members and villagers at his homestead.

Ncube allegedly resurfaced last weekend at a football pitch frightening spectators who were watching a soccer match.

Speaking to the news crew, shocked villagers said they dreaded going to the shops and boreholes because of his

A Married Zaka woman stunned fellow villagers saying she routinely use mubobobo to enjoy sex with scores of men in the village.

Ndakaitei Mutuma told a traditional court presided by Chief Ndanga after being accused of having juju which was making married men to stalk her for sex.

Mutuma also boasted that she has muti that enable her to mysteriously remove a man's sexual organ and allegedly 'enjoy it in the comfort of her bedroom and return it after pleasuring herself'.


A BULAWAYO man has been dragged to court by his wife for allegedly being sexually abusive. But in denying the allegations, Bhekimpilo Ngwenya, a vendor from Kingsdale suburb, said his wife Maria Njovo, prefers bush sex and this was the source of their problems.

He told magistrate Evelyn Mashavakure that when he refuses to go to the bush and sleeps with her in the house, she says he is abusing her. Njovo, who is also a vendor, was applying for a protection order saying she no longer

Bulawayo- Business to a halt in Lobengula Street in yet another disgusting disclosure, as four Lobengula street fruit vendors hospitalised each other over corpse water that disappeared before sharing.

The Four, Dumisani Sibanda, Thabiso Tshuma, Melody Mloyi and Monica Mlilo, fought a vicious bloodbath of blows, after the latter accused one of them of stealing corpse water that was acquired by Thabiso from a Kelvin Industrial Funeral Parlour.
The development brings the total

With the economy in freefall and life for millions of ordinary Zimbabweans worsening by the day, pre-congress Zanu PF stalwarts are courting opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai to join forces with them in a desperate bid to rescue the country from the myriad challenges it is facing.

Speaking in an interview with the Daily News yesterday, the spokesperson of the pre-congress Zanu PF — that includes former Presidential Affairs minister Didymus Mutasa — Rugare Gumbo, said the country's

Controversial sungura musician-cum-politician Energy Mutodi will launch his 10th album Ndinokutendai (I Thank You) comprising the song, Havo Ndibaba where he praises Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

The album, which is expected to hit the market in the first week of April, also implores government to legalise prostitution.

Mutodi, whose previous album Ndiri Munzira Kuuya has a song titled Chizivano that praises First Lady Grace Mugabe for her philanthropic work, vehemently

Two touts who stripped a woman naked at Fourth Street bus termini will spend eight months in prison.

Marvellous Kandemiri and Blessing Chinodakufa were sentenced to one year in prison before magistrate Renikah Dzikiti suspended four months on condition of good behaviour. Dzikiti said the convicts' conduct was diabolic and barbaric leading to the traumatisation of the complainant.

"The complainant was so traumatised that it took her two weeks to report the matter. We can never know

A MUTARE man forcibly touched his wife's private parts and conducted a "sex stock take" in a bid to check whether she was not cheating on him at her workplace before severely assaulting her recently.

This was revealed in court by Rose Katso who said her husband, Edmore Mapezuweyi, suspected that she was having extra-marital affairs with several other men from her workplace and decided to apply his unorthodox testing method.

Mrs Annie Ndiraya presided over the matter at the Mutare

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) is set to introduce 50c bond coins on Tuesday to further boost price competitiveness, central bank boss John Mangudya has said.

The new coins will join the 1c, 5c, 10c and 25c that were introduced in December last year.

Mangudya said the bond coins are indexed at par or one to one with the US cents and will circulate side by side with all the currencies under the multiple currency system.

"The introduction of the 50c bond coins is aimed at


A Zimbabwean granny's more than two decades ordeal of being sexually abused by a three-metre-long python on a daily basis finally ended recently following the killing of the reptile. The horrific incident, which reads like a fairytale, occurred in Headman Chipfatsura's area under Chief Marange, in Manicaland Province's Marange area and is still the talk of the drought-prone rural community.

The grey-haired Willie Mutasa (78) confessed that the python was now a thorn in his flesh after

ZANU PF politburo member Oppah Muchinguri has confirmed that her predecessor as the party's women's league boss First Lady Grace Mugabe is out of the country seeking treatment, as speculation over her absence from the public scene continues to grow.

In an interview, Muchinguri said there was nothing wrong with Grace going out of the country for check-ups.

"The First Lady is a human being like any other person and just because she is the First Lady people talk. There is nothing

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