A FILABUSI man allegedly went on a sexual rampage, forcing his neighbour's two minor daughters to caress and kiss his privates before raping them and then sodomising their four year-old cousin, a Gwanda court heard this week.

Prosecutors claim that a drunken Cornelius Ndlovu, 27, of Bekezela Township in Filabusi, gave the children some money as an inducement before leading them to a disused house where he allegedly committed the heinous crime.

After the abuse he reportedly took

THE death of a disabled and diabetic man from Emganwini high-density suburb in Bulawayo, at a sex worker's residence in October 2013 is now being investigated.

Bulawayo magistrate Gladmore Mushove on Tuesday opened an inquest into the death of Mazo Mgura (41), who died at the residence of Belinda Chikerema (29) at 4 Yolande Flats along Robert Mugabe Way between Connaught and Masotsha Ndlovu avenues in Bulawayo.

Chikerema told the court that Mgura had hired her for the night after

Sunday Mail editor Edmund Kudzayi has said his arrest has been instigated by people in high authority who are afraid he can use his technological expertise to expose them for feeding the real Facebook character Baba Jukwa with sensitive information within Government and zanu-pf.This comes as his brother Phillip Kudzayi surrendered himself to police on Tuesday evening where he was by last night still assisting with investigations.

In his bail application filed at the High Court

At least 14 000 houses in various parts of Chitungwiza and Seke rural face demolition after Chitungwiza Municipality yesterday filed a High Court application seeking permission to demolish them and evict families that were unprocedurally allocated stands on areas declared illegal by a Government land audit.The structures were at different levels of construction, with others being completed houses.

Council, at some point, tried to demolish the illegal structures without a court order and

Phillip Kudzai, brother to Sunday Mail editor Edmund Kudzai, has been arrested.
Police spokesperson Senior Assistant Commissioner Charity Charamba said Phillip handed himself to the police in the company of his lawyer, Admire Rubaya.

Phillip is facing charges of subverting a constitutionally elected government as defined in Section 22 of the Criminal Law Codification and Reform Act.

Senior Assistant Commissioner Charamba said Phillip, together with his brother Edmund


A Zimbabwean 57-year-old traditional healer is living with two husbands and intends to add two others and bring the total number of her husbands to FOUR!

Emma Chaleka (PICTURED) claims that her husband was failing to sexually satisfy her hence she 'acquired' another husband. However, her dream is to live with FOUR husbands under one roof, who will be taking turns to have sex with her.

The polyandrous marriage has sent tongues wagging in Gadzema heights suburbs as children stood

IN a suburb where tap water is so scarce, there bubbles a mysterious water pool now infamously known in the area as "the pool of death".

While the mysterious pool has come to the aid of the community as the chief supplier of domestic water for scores of families, it has also become talking point as it is being used as a dumping pond for dead bodies.

Residents who frequent the mysterious pool also talk of a mysterious mermaid that resides there. They called on traditionalists to

ZANU PF has moved to address the emotive issue of deployment of non-Ndebele speaking teachers to Bulawayo and other Matabeleland areas to teach primary school pupils, the party's national secretary for education Sikhanyiso Ndlovu said yesterday.

Ndlovu said he had written to all party provincial chairpersons, provincial and district education secretaries beginning in Matabeleland alerting them of his visit. He said a thorough research was needed and talking through the media relegated

A cheating 43-year-old married Dangamvura woman has taken her neighbour-boyfriend to court alleging that he infected her with HIV.

Steven Chiduku (40) was not asked to plead when he appeared before Mutare magistrate Sekai Chiundura on Monday facing charges of deliberate transmission of HIV and Aids as defined in section 79 of the Criminal Law (Codification and Reform) Act chapter 9.23. He was remanded to July 7 on $50 as bail.

Charges against Chiduku, who was in a love relationship

A Zimbabwean prisoner who is on death roll, waiting to be hanged, yesterday approached the Supreme Court challenging his death sentence, saying the new Constitution only allowed passing of a death sentence in situations where there were aggravating circumstances.

Chris Chakufora Gota has been on the 'waiting list' of getting hanged for the past two years after he was sentenced by High Court judge Justice Samuel Kudya in 2012, over the murder of Ester Nyarai Kamupini nine years ago.

Popular musician Alick Macheso says the National Blood Transfusion Services of Zimbabwe (NBTSZ)'s DNA paternity results were ‘rigged' because his estranged wife Fortunate Tafadzwa Mapako is one of the directors at the institution.

Last week, NBTSZ released the results of the DNA paternity tests which showed that Macheso was the father of two minor children he sired with Mapako during their four year matrimony.

In a letter dated June 24 2014 written by Macheso's lawyer Norman Mugiya

MOST youths from Bell Mine in Silobela's Grasslands resettlement area failed to proceed beyond Grade 7 as they did not have birth certificates because of Gukurahundi, a youth-based organisation has claimed.

The Youth Agenda Trust (YAT) said as a result, youths in the area faced a hopeless future, adding it was pushing authorities to ensure they obtained identity particulars.

Silobela was affected by the 1980s Gukurahundi genocide that saw innocent civilians being massacred by the

A MACHEKE man, Alex Siyanga, appeared at the High Court in Harare yesterday facing a charge of killing his girlfriend with a kitchen knife following a domestic dispute and attempted to divert public attention by stage-managing suicide.

High Court judge Justice Chinembiri Bhunu heard that after Siyanga had killed his girlfriend, Moreblessing Dhuwati, by stabbing her in the neck, he poured some pesticide into her mouth in a bid to convince the public that the woman had committed suicide.

Authorities in Saudi Arabia have sentenced an African woman to 500 lashings and one year in prison after being convicted of practising witchcraft.

The court found her guilty of practising witchcraft on women and claiming she could end marital problems and make husbands fall back in love with their wives.

She is set to be deported after she is released from prison.

Prosecutions on witchcraft charges are not uncommon in Saudi Arabia and the country’s police force even has its

A BULAWAYO-based soldier allegedly flogged his wife after his five-year-old daughter told him  that she was bringing boyfriends home while he was in prison.

Open Moyo, 39, appeared before Western Commonage magistrate Maphios Moyo facing charges of physical abuse.

Prosecutor Mufaro Mageza said Moyo had served a seven-month sentence at army detention barracks when he returned to his home to commit the crime.

"The accused was in an army prison for seven months and when he

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