A RANDY 72-year-old Bulawayo man shocked a court on Tuesday when he was arraigned for slapping a woman’s but.tocks in a supermarket.


Michael Meki, a court heard, met the woman (55), employed by Web low and Berry Legal Practitioners, at Northend TM Supermarket where she usually does her shopping and they greeted each other.

Meki allegedly indecently assaulted the victim in December last year has been stalking and harassing her ever since.


The court heard Meki asked the woman where

A female pastor with Christ Pride Ministries is under fire from congregants for duping them money via a whatsapp group. Pastor Petronella Zenda is believed to have made $13000 in two weeks after asking church members along with their friends to join a whatsapp group where members would deposit money into her ecocash account promising those returns after 24 hours. Members only realized they had been duped of their money meant for school fees when they failed to reap from their bids-Metro has

A self-proclaimed prophet was Monday sentenced to two months in prison after he deceived a follower by claiming that her mobile phone had to be destroyed because it was demon-possessed only convert the gadget to personal use.

Tichaona Zimondi, 27, of Gimbok pleaded guilty to theft when he appeared before magistrate Poterai Gwezhira.

The magistrate gave Zimhondi the option of paying a $100 fine to avoid a spell in jail.

Court heard that the theft occurred recently after Agnes Finhai

A Zimbabwean man is almost destitute after an accident at a construction site saw him losing part of his arm and his livelihood.

Kudzanai Gavaza, 43, has not had a penny from the Workers’ Compensation Fund because his employers apparently failed to register with the fund. Gavaza and other four Zimbabwean men were hired by Monkomantile Construction to demolish old sheds and extract building material at Nooitgedacht Estate in Stellenbosch.

Gavaza said he had a wife and children to

Ammara Brown has been left heartbroken after her tour of Australia was postponed at the very last minute. She was set to leave today.

She said : “I am absolutely heart broken, right now.. But due to logistical
hindrances beyond my control my Australian Tour has been postponed. I am so sorry. Please know that you and I are equally disappointed, because performing for you makes up half of my greatest joys. Tickets are refundable but will also remain valid until the tour materializes. On

Family union has developed fissures after a Harare woman tried to snatch her sister’s husband. Stunning revelations are that Rose Naomi,20, stashed some herbs in her private parts to lure Lawrence Muvirimi so that he leaves his wife Loreta Kondo Muvirimi,32. The affair was publicly exposed after the two cheats’ whatsapp conversations leaked. Lawrence’s sister-in-law agreed to sleep with him for a cellphone and $50. Loreta first discovered Rose’s message to Lawrance

Lawyers representing Prophetic Healing and Deliverance leader Walter Magaya, Messrs Everson Chatambudza and Admire Rubaya, today expressed displeasure at the manner in which the State seemed drag its heels regarding the church leader’s rape case.

This came after the prosecution sought a further postponement of the matter to October 21 without giving a trial date. The prosecution said the docket had been sent back to the police for further investigations.

“His rights are not

Vendors leader, Kudakwashe Kambakunje (aka Welly) who was abducted last night was found this morning badly injured.

ZimEye is told he was found at a farm along Old Mazowe road about 22km from where he was abducted.

The abductors assaulted and left him for dead.

His assailants also injected him on the leg with an unknown substance, the report says.

The statement continued stating, “this is just wrong. Citizens, we must not allow our government to continue behaving in this

Harare magistrate Arnold Maburo yesterday issued warrants of arrest for three anti-government protesters who failed to turn up for trial over a robbery case involving Patson Dzamara.Dr Patson

Dzamara is jointly charged with Oliver Chikumba, 32, Tatenda Mombeyarara, 33, Pride Mukono, 26, and Makomborero Haruzivishe, 33, on two counts of robbery and defeating the course of justice.

They were arrested in June while protesting against President Robert Mugabe’s regime at Africa Unity

IT is something that has gotten the nation and perhaps the world talking about the artiste who is arguably Zimbabwe’s man of the moment; Jah Prayzah.

It was always a long time coming.

The spittle on the mouth of his erstwhile Third Generation Band dancer and vocalist, Pamela Zulu, popularly known as Gonyeti, over the past few weeks, showed that she had an axe to grind with her former master.

She wasn’t done speaking.

Although she keenly insisted she had no hard feelings

Researchers claim having se_x inspires spirituality and even belief in God.

According to the research, se_x releases a ‘love hormone’ oxytocin not only promotes social bonding, altruism but also divinity – especially in men.

Researchers at Duke University, in North Carolina, say that se_x could inspire a belief – or an increased belief – in God and religion.

The study published this week look at oxytocin a hormone which is often stimulated during se_x

A ZIMBABWEAN nurse who created a Cambridge University qualification with Photoshop has been thrown out of the profession.

Chenesai Kutsirayi created a fake certificate to prove she had passed exams awarded by the prestigious university.

The University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate provides education assessments to overseas students, the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) was told.

But experts found series of errors in the Zimbabwean Ministry of Education certificate, it

A 27-YEAR-OLD Marondera man will rue the day he decided to steal live electric copper cables after he was sentenced to an effective 10-year jail term for theft, in addition to losing his arm while committing the offence.

Signal Kolowa, of Rakata village under Chief Svosve in Marondera, who had his right arm amputated after suffering severe electric shock, pleaded guilty before provincial magistrate Milton Serima yesterday. He implicated his alleged accomplice, Joram Jowa (37), who yesterday

Fifteen of the 17 student leaders were released yesterday from detention. Magistrate Gwezhira declared their arrest unlawful and ordered their release in Mutare.

The remaining two will appear before the court for bail ruling tomorrow morning.

They are represented by ZLHR members Tinoziva Bere, Blessing Nyamaropa and Chris Ndlovu.

Source: Online

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe will not get India’s support in his audacious bid to pull out of the United Nations and form a new global organisation.Indian ambassador to Zimbabwe, Rungsung Masakui, told journalists at a Press briefing yesterday that the world’s biggest democracy would continue to push for reforms of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) from within.

Mugabe told Zanu PF supporters gathered at Harare International Airport on arrival from the UN General Assembly

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