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A Zimbabwean man was reportedly brutally attacked before being killed in South Africa on Monday night.

The incident, which has laden many Zimbabweans hearts and dampened their cheeks with fresh tears is said to have occurred at around 8.30pm on Monday in Diepsloot - a densely populated settlement in the north of Johannesburg, South Africa. Diepsloot is home to about 150,000 people; many of them live in shacks 3 metres by 2 metres assembled from scrap metal, wood, plastic and cardboard

Controversial Facebook blogger who is seriously wanted by the Zimbabwean police, dead or alive, Baba Jukwa, has made sensational claims, alleging that his email address was never hacked. Baba Jukwa also claimed that the so-called Australian hacker was part of them and 'hacking' their email address was a way of fundraising their project.

According to United Kingdom-based Nehanda radio, Baba Jukwa was asked whether the security of the page had been compromised given that as part of the

A BEITBRIDGE Rural District Council ambulance driver allegedly fatally assaulted his wife with an iron bar in a domestic dispute on Wednesday night and attempted to commit suicide three times before handing himself over to the police.

Matabeleland South provincial police spokesperson Inspector Philisani Ndebele was said to be out of office, but a police official in the border town, who cannot be named due to protocol, said the man identified as Justin Muleya was being detained at the

A ZVISHAVANE woman is in trouble for alleged abortion and engaging in pornography after she sent a picture of her private parts to her boyfriend.

Sympathy Moyo (29), a bursar at Mavambo Pre-school, has been charged with unlawful termination of pregnancy and contravening the Censorship and Entertainment Act for possessing pornographic material.

Moyo was alleged to have terminated a five-month pregnancy by businessman Hillary Mare, whom she was secretly dating behind her boyfriend

THE International Institute of Philanthropy (IIP), which recently awarded honorary doctorates that were dismissed by the Zimbabwe Council for Higher Education (Zimche) as dubious, has filed an urgent chamber application at the High Court seeking to be recognised as a legitimate organisation.

The application follows a statement by Zimche where it warned beneficiaries of the honorary degrees to desist from using the title "doctor", saying the IIP had no legal mandate to award such

They say experience is the best teacher.

This adage aptly reflects on former television presenter Makanaka Wakatama's recent move to form a trust which is aimed at advocating for rights of young girls that are forced into early marriages.

Makanaka's great potential as a gifted television presenter crumbled when she was 16 years old after getting married to businessman Obvious Sambadzi. The marriage collapsed after a few years.

The former Star Kidz presenter admits the early

Zanu PF information secretary Rugare Gumbo may soon be summoned for questioning over the Baba Jukwa case.

The joint investigation by Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) Law and Order section and the Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) has already seen two cabinet minister appearing for questioning.

Information Minister Jonathan Moyo was summoned to Harare Central Police Station last week to give a statement on his possible involvement in the Baba Jukwa project, which revealed Zanu


Tarirai Mnangagwa, a nephew to the dreaded Zanu PF alleged faction leader and Minister of legal Affairs, Emmerson Mnangagwa, who sired a child with former Miss Malaika, Brita Masalethulini, has no kind words for the former beauty queen.

he alleges that she is a gold digger who only wanted to spend his financial fortunes. Tarirai, who works as a mining consultant at Alex Mine in Kadoma said his relationship with Brita was purely sexual and she would even make him pay for have

MUSICIAN Jacob Moyana has distanced himself from alleged theft charges.

Moyana yesterday said he had been duped into buying broken down musical instruments that were allegedly stolen from Salaco Nite Club.

The proprietor, Langton Mpofu, yesterday said he had lost musical instruments, but said he spoke to Moyana and they had resolved the issue.

"My worker stole musical instruments and sold them next door, but I never said Moyana stole them," Mpofu said.

Moyana said he

Legislators have been exempted from paying tollgate fees.

This follows a request tabled by parliamentarians seeking an exemption ostensibly because they would be performing parliamentary duties.

Transport minister Obert Mpofu told legislators recently that they should submit number plates for their respective vehicles to Zimbabwe National Road Administration (Zinara) so that they are captured in a database for easy implementation of the policy.

“Government has exempted

The row over deployment of non-Ndebele speaking teachers in Matabeleland schools spilled into the courts yesterday, with seven suspects appearing before a magistrate for storming a school and demanding the removal of a headmistress over the issue.

The group, comprising of villagers from Makuzeze area in Mangwe District and some members of the Mthwakazi Joint Youth Resolution, allegedly connived and confronted Makuzeze Primary School head Victoria Pasipanodya before ordering her to

Former Prime Minister and opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai has claimed Zanu PF is coercing him to accept last year's electoral outcome or he loses the government house he is staying in.

Tsvangirai told supporters in Birmingham, England, at the weekend, that there was a stalemate over a "national dialogue to unlock the country's socio-political log-jam" after he dared Zanu PF to see through its threat to chuck him out of the plush house.

The former premier lost dismally to

The plot to elevate Grace Mugabe to lead the Women's League was hatched by the Mnangagwa faction in a desperate bid to frustrate vice president Joice Mujuru's chances of succession.

Senior sources in Zanu (PF) said elements of the Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) were involved in the machinations to thwart Mujuru's supremacy.

This sets the stage for a dog-eat-dog confrontation at the party's electoral congress in December. Senior party sources said a powerful clique, to

DO you want to bring back a lost lover, stop a divorce and wash away bad luck? What about enlarging your manhood?

Then "Dr" Mbewe will do the trick, according to adverts splashed in Zimbabwe’s vibrant newspapers.
"Dr" Mbewe, who calls himself an "international herbalist", whatever that means, promises instant rewards and a 100 percent guarantee if you buy his "Dudu oil" for $10 a bottle.

He also claims his oil will ensure that you win that elusive lotto. But he is not alone

AN AXE wielding robber who unleashed a reign of terror in Bulawayo's Pumula suburb after waylaying his victims on different occasions and axing them on the same spot has been arrested.

Aleck Mpofu, 38, who acted with accomplices who are on the run, terrorised residents in the suburb by targeting their heads with an axe before robbing them.

Yesterday, he appeared before Western Commonage magistrate Tancy Dube, Mpofu facing 13 counts of robbery. Mpofu denied the charges and was

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