FORMER Home Affairs deputy minister Rueben Marumahoko reportedly assaulted Karoi messenger of court, Stewart Sibanda Magudze, last Friday in protest over attachment of his farming equipment.

Magudze had attached a tractor, maize sheller and boom spray following the issuance of a writ of execution by the High Court to recover $5 835,33 Marumahoko owed to National Social Security Authority (NSSA) in workers’ contributions from July 2011.

Magudze reported the matter at Karoi police

A Zimbabwe United Passengers Company(ZUPCO) bus went up in flames this afternoon along Nyamandlovu road.The bus was carrying school children travelling to Regina Mundi, Matabeleland North for schools reopening tomorrow.

Although Byo24 news could not gather enough details regarding the incident, reports indicate that no one was injured during the inferno which almost endangered pupils’ lives.


Tourism Minister Walter Mzembi’s brand ambassador Thomas Chizhanje has been lambasted as an unemployed thug terrorrising innocent people on Facebook.

Pressure is growing for Mzembi to drop him. Chizhanje who has risen to fame through Facebook and was now earning a living through corporate endorsements of his page, burnt his fingers after he started using the
First family’s name in an attempt to gain recognition.

One of his followers described him as an attention seeking

A Zimbabwean nurse in the United Kingdom called a convicted murderer her ‘superman’ in intimate letters found in his cell, a tribunal heard.

Tendai Zinyemba allegedly conducted an inappropriate relationship with the inmate ten years her junior at maximum security HMP Long Lartin in Wychavon, Worcestershir.

Zinyemba ended her intimate letters to the killer with ‘mwahh’ like the sound of a passionate kiss, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard.

The Zimbabwean

A 32-YEAR-OLD Mberengwa man has sired a kid with his aunt and the two are now living as husband and wife after they claimed that they were fulfilling a prophesy to end their family problems. The man, Garikani Muziwi who is now cohabiting with his mother’s younger sister Patricia Nkomo, has even offered to pay lobola for the woman. The two, who now have a two-year-old daughter claimed, when they appeared before Mberengwa resident magistrate Mr Tayengwa Sangster last week that they entered

A pastor based in Rustenburg in the North West province was yesterday bust with a cow’s head and other muthi in his church.

Pastor Godfrey Mangwiro, who originally hails from Zimbabwe started his church, Revival for God in 2013 and has recently amassed a huge following. However, things went upside down during a Sunday service when congregants were dancing and something that looked like a nose poked from the ground. The scared congregants quickly got hold of digging tools and got the

The two oil bosses facing fraud charges have now fled to Malawi and Namibia.

Police are still keen to question the two directors Alex Kudakwashe Mahuni and Lynon Gilbert Katunga who are believed, together with CMED boss, Davison Mhaka, to have masterminded the processing of fake
documents through an IT expert in South Africa to conceal the $2,7 million botched deal.

Mhaka was arrested recently and has since appeared in court. Sources close to the investigations yesterday said they had

I believe in asking pertinent questions for pertinent times. Are we the people who have come or shall we wait for another ? Sadly, and for a long time, we have been at the bus stop waiting for ourselves and a bus
which will never arrive. I submit, we should not wait for any other people. We are the people we have been waiting for.Yes, that people our nation has eagerly awaited over the years.We have arrived.

Why should we hurriedly come up with misbegotten and misconceived half-backed policy

THE woman who hauled Harare lawyer Jeremiah Bamu to court alleging that he had raped her has withdrawn the matter before the courts.

She withdrew the matter before Bamu was asked to plead to the charges when he appeared before magistrate Tendai Mahwe.

In her affidavit, the 20-year-old said that Bamu did nothing against her will.

And that the matter had been resolved at family level.

“I am the complainant in this matter and I do wish to withdraw the charges against the accused.

So the country can’t find a hangman or what? Is that job finding no takers or what?

There are whispers that no one is prepared to take up the job while debate over the death penalty issue continues with Christians saying no one has a right to kill another human being while traditionalists view death penalty as something against the Zimbabwean culture. “It’s unAfrican,” the traditionalists even allege.

Well, whatever the Christians are saying and whatever the views

Student teachers who were on placement at various schools across the country last year were shocked this week when they received $17 each as their 2015 annual bonus.

During their placement period, student teachers were receiving a monthly salary of $354 and they expected the same as their annual bonus.

However, they were shocked this week when they went to collect their bonuses at the banks and found their accounts reflecting that only $17 had been credited.

“I travelled from

11 people were injured in a traffic accident involving a haulage truck and a commuter omnibus just after Msasa bridge this morning.

Eyewitnesses say the accident occurred around half seven in the morning when a commuter omnibus coming from Ruwa rammed into a truck bound for Zimphos industries.

The area where the accident occurred is commonly referred to as 11 months after a vehicle that fell into a stream over the bridge in the 1990’s was discovered 11 months later.


THIRTY-TWO Zimbabwean women who were lured for employment in Kuwait but ended up being abused in the Middle East country arrived back in the country yesterday with one of the women reported to be pregnant. The women were welcomed at the Harare International Airport by Foreign Affairs Minister, Simbabrashe Mumbengegwi, Health Minister, Dr David Parirenyatwa, Public Service Minister, Prisca Mupfumira and her Minister of Women Affairs counterpart, Nyasha Chikwinya.

Speaking at the press

GOVERNMENT has clarified that, as scheduled, schools are opening on Tuesday with students at boarding schools travelling tomorrow. There has been confusion with some parents thinking that schools are opening on Wednesday since Monday will be a holiday. As schools open on Tuesday, there is confusion over the issue of depositing levies into accounts controlled by the School Development Associations (SDA) that are being accused by Government of siphoning millions of dollars for personal use at the

Suspended Harare mayor Councillor Bernard Manyenyeni, says his family's life is in turmoil after his son, Jason, was implicated in se.xual assaults at Rhodes University in South Africa.

The assaults sparked sparked fierce protests by female students last week. According to the university authorities a case of se.xual assault has sincebeen opened with the police against Jason, a final year
Bachelor of Laws student. Jason and another Zimbabwean Kudzi Nzombe are part of a list of 11 male

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