ZIMBABWE captain Willard Katsande has dismissed speculation the Warriors staged another protest yesterday over bonuses and reiterated his men were firmly focused on their next Afcon Group B qualifier against Africa’s top-ranked side Senegal tomorrow night.

The match gets underway at 9PM.

The Warriors didn’t train in the morning yesterday after having held a 90-minute workout on Monday night, and it fed into speculation the players had boycotted training after allegedly

Vendors have threatened to cause mayhem if the Harare City Council (HCC) goes ahead with plans to forcibly remove them from the streets.

In a bid to curb a typhoid outbreak — which has so far claimed two lives — council has banned the sale of cooked and uncooked food while it has also given vendors a 48-hour ultimatum, which lapsed last Thursday, to vacate the streets.

However, National Vendors Union of Zimbabwe (Navuz) chairperson Sten Zvorwadza vowed that his fellows will

A JILTED Murewa man, who deserted his family in 2014 and fled to neighbouring South Africa, came back sometime early this month and strangled his wife, Bretter Pindura, for allegedly dating other men.

Isaac Dindingwe, of Chigaramasimbe village in Murewa, is alleged to have handed himself over at Musami Police Station.

He allegedly committed the heinous offence on January 4 at a farm in Juru. The customarily-married couple had three children together before Dindingwe deserted the family

Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku on Monday revealed that he has no regrets over a ruling he made in 2001 which led to the government repossessing land from white farmers to the black majority.

The outgoing Chief Justice who was officially opening the 2017 legal year at the Constitutional Court in Harare said if he is get the same opportunity to make that ruling again, he would stand by it.

“I took over these reigns during a turbulent time which saw people of Zimbabwe taking back

THERE was a drama in a maize field in Glen View 3 when a married woman was caught red-handed in a compromising position with a man whose marital status was not established.

Dorcas Mavhunga, 33 of No 4100 46th Crescent was caught on Wednesday morning by people from her neighbourhood in the maize fields at around 11:30am with a man only identified as jonah. Revelations are that she has been denying her husband conjugal rights for the past seven months.

The woman is said to have taken

IN their endeavour to promote the rights and participation of disabled people in the arts sector, organisers of Ms Face Zimbabwe (For the Disabled) pageant are set to revive the pageant after a decade-long sabbatical, which was due to financial constraints.

The inaugural beauty pageant was held in 2006 in Harare and Tatenda Mafuta was crowned the queen.

The revived pageant is set to be re-launched on January 27 at Cathedral Hall in the capital, ahead of the grand finale pencilled for the

IF SHE could hide it between her buttocks she can also tw_erk!

Faced with an arrest situation, a woman from Lupane hid marijuana in her buttocks.

Tryphine Moyo (34) had been peddling the drug for sometime until word got to the police who set a trap to catch her.

They sent a man from the area to buy a twist of dagga from her. When the man was in the process of buying the detectives pounced.

However, Moyo ran to the toilet and hid the dagga in between her buttocks but a female police

There are certain things women will not tolerate during se_x and you will be do well to stay away from doing them.

Most women have a long list of ‘don’ts’ that they want their man to know. So, instead of second guessing, just read this list and read her mind the next time you both are getting intimate.

1. Sloppy music

Music is the clincher as you get set to hit the sack. As you turn down the lights and turn on a little mood music, choose what you are making your gal

Robert Mugabe’s administration has once again dodged civil servants on their much awaited bonus payments.

Last year the government frantically offered to batter trade the bonuses with residential stands, an offer that was slammed by the furious workers.

The civil servant’s leaders are this week resuming their crunch meetings over payment of the 2016 bonuses. The no-nonsense workers are demanding to know specific dates for the release of the 13th cheque.

Last week, Finance

Karigambe's husband, Patrick says Zimbabwean women want to tear the couple apart.

He said :"Thank you for being a strong woman who I call my wife and a perfect resemblance to our daughter Trish. I love you Tatelicious Karigambe and nothing will destroy our love.

Be careful with double faced Facebook fans especially women.You rock my Queen and I am sorry for lying all those nasty things and to tell you the truth most women
from Zimbabwe wanted to tear us apart.Just a few love you

THE ZANU-PF Matabeleland South Province has identified Hazel Site in the Matopo National Park as the venue for this year’s 21st February Movement celebrations.

The site is 33 kilometres from Bulawayo and was chosen over the Main Camp at Maleme, also within the national park.

Officials said at least $1 million is needed to host the event. Addressing party officials from the province yesterday after a tour of the possible sites for the event, the party’s National Secretary for

MDC-T founding member and former Gwanda South chairperson, Readus Tlou, who succumbed to a heart attack and was buried in Nhwali last Thursday, has been described as a great unifier and disciplined cadre.

MDC-T vice-president, Thokozani Khuphe and party chairperson, Lovemore Moyo, attended the burial.

“We bid farewell to a loyal, disciplined, selfless and dedicated social democrat leader,” MDC-T’s Gwanda Central secretary, Jastine Masilu Mazhale said.

“Gwanda

SIX people who were among villagers attending a funeral in Binga District on Sunday were struck and killed by lightning while three others sustained severe burns.

The deceased and the injured who are all from Chief Siachilaba’s area, had taken a shelter under a tree when a bolt of lightning struck, killing the six.
Chief Siachilaba shows the hut that was struck by lightning at his homestead in Binga

A hut at the chief’s homestead was also struck by lightning at the same time

SIX people who were among villagers attending a funeral in Binga District on Sunday were struck and killed by lightning while three others sustained severe burns.

The deceased and the injured who are all from Chief Siachilaba’s area, had taken a shelter under a tree when a bolt of lightning struck, killing the six.
Chief Siachilaba shows the hut that was struck by lightning at his homestead in Binga

A hut at the chief’s homestead was also struck by lightning at the same time

Moud Goba is a project manager at Micro Rainbow International. Originally from Zimbabwe, she helps fellow lesbian, gay, bise_xual, and transgender (LGBT) refugees find safe shelter in the U.K. This is her story, as told to Kay Cairns.As an ambitious young lesbian I knew there was no way I would be able to live openly in Zimbabwe. When my family discovered my se_xuality, they took me to church and tried to “exorcise my demons and bad spirits.”

Forced to conform, I tried to hide

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