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Bulawayo- Business to a halt in Lobengula Street in yet another disgusting disclosure, as four Lobengula street fruit vendors hospitalised each other over corpse water that disappeared before sharing.

The Four, Dumisani Sibanda, Thabiso Tshuma, Melody Mloyi and Monica Mlilo, fought a vicious bloodbath of blows, after the latter accused one of them of stealing corpse water that was acquired by Thabiso from a Kelvin Industrial Funeral Parlour.
 
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With the economy in freefall and life for millions of ordinary Zimbabweans worsening by the day, pre-congress Zanu PF stalwarts are courting opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai to join forces with them in a desperate bid to rescue the country from the myriad challenges it is facing.

Speaking in an interview with the Daily News yesterday, the spokesperson of the pre-congress Zanu PF — that includes former Presidential Affairs minister Didymus Mutasa — Rugare Gumbo, said the country's

Controversial sungura musician-cum-politician Energy Mutodi will launch his 10th album Ndinokutendai (I Thank You) comprising the song, Havo Ndibaba where he praises Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

The album, which is expected to hit the market in the first week of April, also implores government to legalise prostitution.

Mutodi, whose previous album Ndiri Munzira Kuuya has a song titled Chizivano that praises First Lady Grace Mugabe for her philanthropic work, vehemently

Two touts who stripped a woman naked at Fourth Street bus termini will spend eight months in prison.

Marvellous Kandemiri and Blessing Chinodakufa were sentenced to one year in prison before magistrate Renikah Dzikiti suspended four months on condition of good behaviour. Dzikiti said the convicts' conduct was diabolic and barbaric leading to the traumatisation of the complainant.

"The complainant was so traumatised that it took her two weeks to report the matter. We can never know

A MUTARE man forcibly touched his wife's private parts and conducted a "sex stock take" in a bid to check whether she was not cheating on him at her workplace before severely assaulting her recently.

This was revealed in court by Rose Katso who said her husband, Edmore Mapezuweyi, suspected that she was having extra-marital affairs with several other men from her workplace and decided to apply his unorthodox testing method.

Mrs Annie Ndiraya presided over the matter at the Mutare

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) is set to introduce 50c bond coins on Tuesday to further boost price competitiveness, central bank boss John Mangudya has said.

The new coins will join the 1c, 5c, 10c and 25c that were introduced in December last year.

Mangudya said the bond coins are indexed at par or one to one with the US cents and will circulate side by side with all the currencies under the multiple currency system.

"The introduction of the 50c bond coins is aimed at

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A Zimbabwean granny's more than two decades ordeal of being sexually abused by a three-metre-long python on a daily basis finally ended recently following the killing of the reptile. The horrific incident, which reads like a fairytale, occurred in Headman Chipfatsura's area under Chief Marange, in Manicaland Province's Marange area and is still the talk of the drought-prone rural community.

The grey-haired Willie Mutasa (78) confessed that the python was now a thorn in his flesh after

ZANU PF politburo member Oppah Muchinguri has confirmed that her predecessor as the party's women's league boss First Lady Grace Mugabe is out of the country seeking treatment, as speculation over her absence from the public scene continues to grow.

In an interview, Muchinguri said there was nothing wrong with Grace going out of the country for check-ups.

"The First Lady is a human being like any other person and just because she is the First Lady people talk. There is nothing

Zimbabwe's long-time serving leader, President Robert Mugabe, is likely going to hand over power to Vice President, Emmerson Mnangagwa, in a live national televised ceremony, anytime soon but no later than 2016, The Telescope News, can exclusively reveal.

Mugabe has been at the helm of the country's most important and powerful office, for over three decades of unperturbed rule, despite having an appalling human rights record, and an oppressive administration that has curtailed the

THE script could have been written by Sophocles.

The ancient, ailing king wants to relinquish his rule, but doesn't trust his fawning courtiers. So he appoints his ambitious, avaricious wife as his successor. Then just as she is about to ascend the throne, the gods intervene, and she is struck down. He has no-one else he can turn to, except his beloved young daughter...

President Robert Mugabe turned 91 last month and the signs of senility have become alarmingly apparent. His

The Ministry of Information, Media and Broadcasting Services, together with the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation, have filed a lawsuit demanding $58 million from the public broadcaster's former chairman Cuthbert Dube and five top managers.

Chief executive Happison Muchechetere, general manager news and current affairs Tazzen Mandizvidza, general manager finance Elliot Kasu, general manager radio services Allan Chiweshe and head of finance Ralph Nyambudzi, who are all suspended, were

NEARLY five months after the fracas between Sharon Macheso and husband Kuda Munetsi made headlines, the couple is reportedly meeting secretly.

Kuda says even though they are currently on separation, he still feels the love between them still burns like a wild fire.

The two are seeing each other secretly to avoid attention but claims are that they even go out together for lunch, dinner or even drinks.

"We communicate a lot but we are still trying to keep on the low. I haven't

THE husband to one of the women allegedly raped by Abundant Global Life Ministries founder Bishop Danmore Magorimbo yesterday told Harare magistrate Adonia Masawi that his wife apologised to him for having sexual intercourse with the cleric.

Speaking during cross-examination by Magorimbo’s lawyer, Witness Chinyama, the man, however, admitted that a rape victim would under normal circumstances not apologise to society.

Chinyama said it did not make sense that the woman would

IT'S a scorching afternoon in Harare's high density suburb of Glen View, about 16 km south-west of the capital. Nearly every corner is a hive of activity with makeshift stalls littered with vendors selling anything from airtime to cheap food items. Hordes of unemployed youths sit aimlessly under trees drinking the opaque Chibuku brew.

Right here is the place where defiant pro-democracy activist Itai Dzamara was abducted two weeks ago by unidentified armed men. One of the last few people

A RAPE suspect yesterday revealed the extent of homosexuality in prisons, claiming other inmates proposed love to fellow inmates with the intention of engaging in homosexuality, while prison officials turned a blind eye to rampant gay relations.

The suspect, Munyaradzi Nyoni, revealed that if newer inmates dared spurn the proposals, they were threatened with death, confined within the prison and in some extreme cases, their meals were laced with poison.

Nyoni, in revealing the

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