Zimbabwe’s State prosecutor has dropped fraud charges against Genius Kadungure, in a new twist to the R1,5 million scam that had rattled the South Africa-based businessman.

The self-styled cooking gas tycoon was due to return to court this week for allegedly swindling Chegutu West Zanu PF legislator, Dexter Nduna, and a Kadoma-based miner, Wyclef Gatawa, of nearly R1,6 million.

But National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) commercial crimes head, Chris Mutangadura, has said that the
Works and National Housing Saviour Kasukuwere has suspended ALL Chitungwiza Municipality councillors on several allegations amongst them corruption and rampant abuse of State land for personal benefit.

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The picture below has created a buzz on Social media leaving many in disbelief.
Where the incident took place remains a mystery but knowing Zimbabweans they will be quick to single out Zaka,Gokwe or even Chipinge.

A 21-YEAR-OLD Karoi man, who crushed his wife’s head with a stone over infidelity claims, has filed an application for bail at the High Court, saying he committed the offence while in a trance.

Nobert Wine, of Kiyalami Farm, submitted to the High Court on Tuesday that he was in a trance when he unleashed a senseless streak of assaults after he allegedly found his wife Danai Nyikadzino having se_xual intercourse with another man.
Wine also submitted that his case be changed from
A 26-YEAR-OLD Gweru man allegedly fatally stabbed his 22-year-old ex-wife several times yesterday in Mkoba 14 suburb after dragging her out of her family house.

The incident which is now the talk of Gweru occurred at around 5:20AM yesterday when the suspected murderer Dignity Masvimbo of Harben Park suburb, Gweru, dragged his ex-wife Oripa Mashayamombe from the house and stabbed her several times in the neck, abdomen, head and arms and she died on the spot.
Masvimbo is on the run after


This woman is humiliated and has to kneel before these cops.
Is this allowed?
The State Procurement Board wants about $870 000 from the estate of former chairperson, the late Charles Kuwaza, to recover money that the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority garnished from the board’s account after he evaded paying Pay As You Earn since 2009. Kuwaza allegedly committed suicide last week as he faced five counts of corruption before the courts involving over $1 million and ZW$2,5 billion.
One of the charges before the magistrate’s courts was that contrary to his duties, he
DRAMA and tension punctuated proceedings in Bindura yesterday, as riot police and President Robert Mugabe’s Zanu PF’s fact-finding team battled to quell tempers and stamp their authority during a heated meeting to investigate circumstances that triggered the no-confidence vote in the party’s national commissar, Saviour Kasukuwere.
Shortly after the heated meeting, Kasukuwere’s G40 loyalists took to the streets celebrating, claiming victory, as the rival faction
The Civil Protection Unit (CPU) has released the names of 31 people who died in a horrific road accident that happened in Mvuma early this month.

The death toll has risen by 10 from the previously announced 21 following DNA tests.
A South Africa-bound Proliner Bus sideswiped with a haulage truck and caught fire at Nyamatikiti River near Chaka Business Centre in Chirumanzu on April 5.

DNA tests conducted by experts at the National University of Science and Technology (Nust) Applied
A LOCAL businessman is at odds with a woman accusing him of promising to give her money to start her own business in exchange for se_xual favours.
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Noah Manyika is reported to have threatened Junior Takuranarwo with arrest saying he is connected to high profile people as he sweet-talked her to have unprotected se_x with him at a house under construction in Eastlea last week.

“Noah approached me two weeks ago and we became friends promising to give me money to start
Ailing veteran musician Dickson “Cde Chinx” Chingaira — reportedly battling leukaemia — is getting financial assistance from the Office of the President, a family member revealed.
The revolutionary musician was admitted at West End Hospital in Harare nearly a week ago after unknowingly suffering from the ailment for close to three years.
“Cde Chinx is still in pain. We are just hoping that he will be fine soon,” a family member who preferred anonymity
Five people died on the spot and 17 others injured when a Mutare bound Inter Africa bus rammed into a tree at Shamhu area in Nyazura early this morning.

The bus was coming from Bulawayo.

The 17 people injured were ferried to Mutare Provincial Hospital and three of them are in a critical condition.
The bus driver allegedly fell asleep and lost control of the bus before it rammed into a tree, killing five passengers on the spot.

Survivors of the accident said the driver started to
RESIDENTS of Bulawayo’s St Peters suburb have accused the local authority of neglecting most roads to the area, forcing them to rely on donkey-drawn scotch-carts as public transport operators were now shunning the route because of poor roads.

According to latest minutes of the council’s environmental, management and engineering committee, councillor Ephraim Ncube pleaded with the local authority to prioritise roads in the area.
“Councillor Ephraim Ncube said that there
TSHWANE – Members of the Zimbabwe National Army, fleeing from the military service in their country are engaging in violent crimes in South Africa, Police Minister Fikile Mbalula said on Tuesday.
“There are people who come here from Zimbabwe, and they cross the line here. They run away from the military in Zimbabwe and they come here and promote criminality here in South Africa. There are Zimbabwean ex-soldiers who are in this country, robbing banks and promoting criminality
RESIDENTS of Bulawayo’s St Peters suburb have accused the local authority of neglecting most roads to the area, forcing them to rely on donkey-drawn scotch-carts as public transport operators were now shunning the route because of poor roads.

According to latest minutes of the council’s environmental, management and engineering committee, councillor Ephraim Ncube pleaded with the local authority to prioritise roads in the area.
“Councillor Ephraim Ncube said that there
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