EIGHT of the 11 Zimbabweans who were killed when a kombi they were travelling in hit a donkey and rammed into a tree in Botswana have been identified. All the eight are from Malila village in Tsholotsho under chief Gampu.

The names of three other accident victims are yet to be released, but two are said to be from Matjinge in Bulilima area and the other one is said to be from Gandisa area in Tsholotsho.

Chief Gampu whose jurisdiction covers Masila Village confirmed that most of the

Buhera South legislator Cde Joseph Chinotimba yesterday staged a one-man demonstration against City of Harare for arresting and impounding pirate taxis that have wreaked havoc in the city. He immediately declared himself patron of all pirate taxis and warned municipal police against arresting the illegal operators. Cde Chinotimba said instead of wasting time chasing after the pirate taxis, council should rehabilitate roads that are almost impassable because of potholes.

"A demonstration

Comedian-cum musician Freddy "Kapfupi" Manjalima failed to release his album titled "Toothbrush" last year due to financial constraints it has emerged.

Kapfupi whose fortunes have been waning, announced last year that he would be releasing an album in 2014 but failed to do so. Kapfupi reportedly wanted to record the album with a new studio to improve the quality of his music.

Sources close to the musician said the new songs were ready last year but he failed to raise money to get

In early 2014, a man who said he has two functioning penises due to a rare congenital condition known as diphallia "came out" in a Reddit "Ask Me Anything." A year later, he's written an e-memoir.

This man, who identifies as bisexual and goes by Diphallic Dude or DoubleDickDude (DDD), is using his memoir, titled Double Header: My Life With Two Penises, to answer more questions, describe his struggles and tell tales of many sexual encounters.

"I realized that there are still people

Two naked nocturnal 'astronauts' crash landed on a Madzibaba's shrine on New Year's day, Makore Village in Gutu, Masvingo Province.

Apparently, the witches were detected by the Madzibaba's radar and their 'flying machine' tumbled at the shrine.

The bizarre scene was reportedly witnessed at Nguva YaVatendi Apostolic Church led by a prophet identified as Madzibaba Elisha.

The matter of the two suspected witches, Namatirai Moyo and Georgina Mazina from neighbouring Makombo


Malawi Police have arrested the "prime suspect" who chopped off private parts of one Tendai Malunga who was repoirtedly born in Zimbabwe but has been living in Malawi for nearly two decades.

The unfortunate greener pasture seeking man has since found a new home in a village called Beula in the area of Traditional Authority Kapichi in Malawi, reports submitted to My Zimbabwe News allege.

According to Thyolo police officer in-charge, deputy commissioner Josiah Kanthiti , Police


Strip Tease Dancer, Chantel Chirumuta who was arrested for having intercourse on stage with a patron confessed that she likes sex so much that she can not survive without it.

Chantel reportedly mentioned this during the vetting of her case which appeared before Mbare Magistrate Shelly Zvenyika on Friday.

She said she is used to having sex every day and probably that might have led to the alleged romp in public.

She was facing charges of violating the provisions of the

Acting President Emmerson Mnangagwa has been slapped with a grand lawsuit over disturbing child marriages where girls as young as 13 years old have been forced into matrimonial unions.

The challenge to Child Marriage will be heard in the Constitutional Court on Wednesday 14th January and in the firing line is top barrister Tendai Biti who drags Mnangagwa for allowing child marriages to continue despite a new constitutional ban.

Below was an update by legal advocacy group Veritas:

EDUCATION minister Lazarus Dokora and Masvingo provincial affairs minister Kudakwashe Bhasikiti top the list of government officials who will face the axe in President Mugabe's next reshuffle.

Sources said a number of permanent secretaries will also be relieved of their duties as soon as Mugabe returns from his annual holiday.

"Permanent secretaries are also going to face the boot because they are alleged to be pro Mujuru faction and they played a role in strategically placing the

A Chipinge man ran amok setting a house on fire and killing three juveniles in the process in a bizarre incident that has left villagers in Musikavanhu shell shocked. Three other people were seriously injured.

The alleged murderer Tawanda Ginandi (31) escaped and is still at large and police have launched a manhunt for him.

Manicaland police spokesperson Inspector Enock Chishiri confirmed the incident which occurred on Thursday evening in Mahachi village under Chief Musikavanhu

Zanu PF factional fighting has spilled into the courts with Masvingo provincial affairs minister Kudakwashe Bhasikiti suing ZANU PF central committee member Tafadzwa Shumba for defamation of character.

The lawsuit stems from accusation by Shumba that Bhasikiti once addressed people in Mwenezi last year where is a member of parliament telling them that President Robert Mugabe is senile and too old hence people should not listen to him.

Bhasikiti is denying the allegations and has

A SPLIT is imminent in Zanu PF as former Vice-President Joice Mujuru and her allies have made the most damning attack ever of President Robert Mugabe's leadership and indicated they will commence a legal challenge that could likely to lead up to a split as early as next week.

In a statement yesterday issued by dismissed Presidential Affairs minister Didymus Mutasa, who signed off as the bona fide Zanu PF secretary for administration, the Mujuru allies attacked Mugabe for allegedly

HIGH COURT judge, Erica Ndewere has ordered an immediate stop to the demolition of homes belonging to 200 families settled at a Mazowe farm the First Lady, Grace Mugabe was allegedly eyeing for a game park.

There were tears of joy yesterday when Justice Ndewere passed the ruling after hearing submissions from human rights lawyers representing the troubled villagers and those representing the police, together with the Home Affairs and Lands Ministers. The villagers had sought temporary

ELEVEN Zimbabweans were killed and seven others escaped with severe injuries after a South Africa-bound minibus hit a donkey and then rammed into a tree, Botswana police said yesterday.

Assistant Commissioner Christopher Mbulawa, Public Relations Officer for Botswana Police Service said the accident occurred along the Palapye-Martins Drift Road in the neighbouring country.

He said 11 Zimbabweans – five men, five women and a child- were killed in the horror crash.

Of the

Zanu PF hardliners are said to be taking fresh aim at embattled police commissioner general Augustine Chihuri, in a desperate bid to force President Robert Mugabe to relieve him of his post when the 90-year-old returns from his holiday in the Far East, for his alleged allegiance to former Vice President Joice Mujuru.

Speculation around Chihuri's position, and that of other service chiefs such as intelligence boss Happyton Bonyongwe and prisons head Paradzai Zimondi, first hit the

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