Standrick Zvorwadza says he was having breakfast at the Rainbow Towers when cops pounced on him. He denied ever threatening to burn down Rainbow Towers
Hotel when he staged a demonstration against Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko’s continued stay at the hotel.

But the State opened the vendors’ leader trial by calling two hotel officials who alleged Zvorwadza indeed made the threats.

“He conducted himself in a violent manner prompting us to call the police. He resisted

Tajamuka spokesman and actor, Silvanos Mudzvova was grabbed last night at gunpoint at his home in Harare.

Tajamuka said in a statement : “ Six unidentified men ambushed Silvanos Mudzvova’s home in Harare at around 11pm on the 13th of September 2016. The unidentified men held his family at gunpoint until they abducted him upon arrival at the homestead. No one could identify the vehicle that these abductors were using.


We appeal to those with information as to his current

A CONVICT, who stole a laptop from a school where he was doing community service for theft, begged a court for a non custodial sentence saying he could not survive without se_x in prison.

Brine Tshuma (19) of Bulawayo’s Emganwini Suburb sent the gallery roaring with laughter when he said: “Ngicela isgwebo saphandle. Ngifuna ukudla inyama yabadala, ayikho ejele (may I be granted a non custodial sentence. I want to eat adult flesh, which is only available outside prison).

President Mugabe says violence should never be used just to be in office. Mugabe spoke at the inauguration today of Zambian President Edgar Lungu. He said Zambia has long been known as a beacon of peace. He also said Zimbabwe and Zambia were like Siamese
twins.

Mugabe said according to the election observers, Zambia’s elections were held in a free and fair environment.
He has also encouraged the nation to avoid tribalism but rather remain as one people.

Source: Online

A ZBC engineer has had his BMW car stolen as he romped with a lady of the night.

The car was stolen in the dead of the night by a top cop who was Mufudzi Shumba's friend. Superintendent Richard Masuku (48), based at Harare Provincial Headquarters Camps and Hostels Section, was arrested seven days later in Bulawayo following a tip-off.
He has since appeared in court facing charges under the Road Traffic Act Chapter 13:11, “Using motor vehicle without owner’s consent”

A man has been arrested after being found with a teargas canister. Tawanda Mucheche (31) of Mpopoma suburb appeared before Western Commonage Magistrate Mr Stephen Ndhlovu charged with unlawful possession of a
dangerous weapon. He pleaded guilty and was remanded in custody.
In mitigation, Mucheche told the court that he had picked the canister on July 6 this year during the #ZimShutDown protests at Mazayi Bridge along Luveve Road in Makokoba Suburb.
The court heard that on September 7

A 30-YEAR-OLD nurse and her 48-year-old boyfriend have been arrested for allegedly using patients admitted to Kwekwe General Hospital to defraud an insurance company. Renica Chakabvapasi and Godwin Takarwa Mugwangi both from Kwekwe appeared before Kwekwe Magistrate, Mr Ngoni Nduna, facing fraud charges. They were not asked to plead and were remanded in custody to today for bail consideration.
The court heard that Chakabvapasi and Mugwangi defrauded Old Mutual Life Assurance Company of

Lady Squanda has sneaked back into Zimbabwe from South Africa where she has been holed up.
She fled the country to Botswana in July when her video of her thrashing Skimbo went viral. She left Botswana for Cape Town and has now returned home on the quiet.


Skimbo wants Lady Squanda arrested. He filed a police report at St. Mary’s police station in Chitungwiza under RB #2824388 leading to the arrest of Tafadzwa Sikireta and Kelvin Gowe, both aged 19. Squanda and another accused person

The Highfield teenager whose allegedly gay relationship with a newly married man was exposed through a whatsapp profile picture says he wants to get help from anyone who can deliver him from homose_xuality. Zein Joseph Tawonengwere, 18 is said to have approached a 25-year-old married man Liberty Nyambere at a church service for an illicit affair and exchanged contact numbers.
“I do not like what I do but it is beyond my control. I want to be healed. If there is anyone who can help me

Renowned sculptor Dominic Benhura has been cleared of negligent driving charges he was facing at the Harare magistrate court. Benhura was taken to court after he knocked down and injured a 14-year-old who was riding his bicycle on his way to school. Magistrate Nomsa Sabarauta acquitted Benhura after the investigating officer, who testified in the matter told the court that the boy was the one who had acted negligently. The police officer told the court that the 14-year-old was negligently

THE South African government has announced that foreign students graduating from its universities in critical skills areas now qualify for permanent and long term work permits so that their talents can be retained.
Several Zimbabwean students including those under the Presidential Scholarship are studying at various universities in the neighbouring country.
Home Affairs Minister Mr Malusi Gigaba made the remarks during an address at the International Students Conference in Cape Town

A cop has been shot dead by a colleague during a high speed chase with suspected poachers on Sunday night.

Doctors at Hwange Colliery Hospital reportedly battled for more than six hours in a vain attempt to save Constable Faxon Maphosa (34) who eventually succumbed to the injuries yesterday morning.
A police officer identified as Moses Ndebele shot Cst Maphosa in the abdomen and the bullet exited through his back. Ndebele had jumped into a pursuit vehicle with the safety catch on his gun

ZIFA president Philip Chiyangwa has blasted exiled pastor Evan Mawarire for calling on fans to sing the old national anthem in the 36th minute of Sunday’s match between Highlanders and Dynamos at Barbourfields.
The ZIFA boss also thanked Bulawayo football fans for not heeding Mawarire’s call. Mawarire, who is now based in the United States, had sent messages via social media calling on supporters to stand up in the 36th minute and sing Nkosi Sikelel’ iAfrica.

Government will soon consider changing the name of the road that stretches from Zanu-PF Headquarters to Rainbow Towers Hotel from Pennefather Avenue and name it after one of the country’s national heroes, Home Affairs Minister Dr Ignatius Chombo, has said. The road is named after Lieutenant Colonel Pennefather, who led the Pioneer Column to invade Zimbabwe.
Yesterday marked 126 years after Lt Col Pennefather led the Pioneer Column into Zimbabwe. Dr Chombo said although he does not

Police yesterday issued a notice of a proposed temporary ban on public demonstrations and processions in the Harare Central Business District from Friday to October 15.The proposed prohibition order was issued by the regulating authority of the area, Officer Commanding Harare Central District Chief Superintendent Newbert Saunyama. Chief Supt Saunyama yesterday said the proposed prohibition order was provided for by the law.
“I Chief Superintendent Newbert Saunyama, being the officer

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