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Rights defender and civic society leader, Dewa Mavinga, has warned the MDC that it risks losing relevance if does not quickly rectify problems engulfing the party.

Mavhinga’s warning comes amid a messy fallout over leadership renewal.

"The people’s respect and trust is earned on the basis of a clear record of consistent performance in the interests of the people and the same can be lost easily through taking people for granted," Mavhinga told the Daily News in an exclusive

FORMER Mines minister Obert Mpofu yesterday bragged before High Court judge Justice Chinembiri Bhunu that he was so rich and would not stoop so low as to demand kickbacks from prospective miners as alleged by Core Mining and Mineral Resources director Lovemore Kurotwi.

Mpofu, who is now Transport minister, was responding to Kurotwi's claims that the minister had demanded $10 million from him as kickback for approving the latter's diamond mining activities in Chiadzwa five years ago.

Zanu PF says it is not feeling the heat as the economy continues to crumble. Party spokesman Rugare Gumbo said in an interview that there was plenty of money in the country.

“No, not at all. There is no heat at all. If anything, it's quite cool up there. Some talk of people getting poorer and poorer which is not correct. It's absolutely not correct. Yes, we have tight liquidity conditions as a result of the fact that we are not able service our loans. You get loans but you are not able

EASY money, weird instructions!

There is a woman from Bulawayo's Magwegwe North suburb offering thousands of dollars for old Zimbabwe $5 coins and panic has reportedly gripped the suburb following deaths of two men who failed to follow the woman's "weird" instructions.

It is reported that one has to leave his $5 coins and return to collect thousands of United States dollars after two weeks.

Surprisingly, after a fortnight, one does not get money, but will be given foil paper

POLICE have urged officials being called in to assist with investigations in the Baba Jukwa saga to fully co-operate with them after it emerged that some were not forthcoming.

The matter is being handled by officers from the CID Law and Order Section and most of the people are being summoned to the Police General Headquarters.

Police want to clarify certain issues on the case, especially on people who were mentioned by The Sunday Mail editor Edmund Kudzayi, who is accused of being

A Seke woman got a thorough beating after she slipped a used condom on a her husband's manhood  to stop him from peeing on their bed.

Forget Chakwenya (26) was severely assaulted by Nyasha Mhizha (29) who woke up the next morning to discover the condom on his privates. Chakwenya had picked up the condom in the compound in which they lived.

The court heard that Chakwenya was at home alone on July 22 this year when Mhizha went to the beerhall where he had one too many. When he

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EIGHTEEN people died in a horrific crash yesterday morning when a Mercedes Benz Sprinter collided head on with a South Africa registered Hino truck at the 206km peg along the Masvingo-Beitbridge Road.National police spokesperson Chief Superintendent Paul Nyathi said 14 passengers from the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter died on the spot, while two others died on their way to hospital.

Last night, acting Beitbridge district administrator Peter Moyo who chairs the district's Civil Protection Unit

Zimbabweans working in South Africa whose work permits expire in December will know their fate on Thursday after Pretoria invited Home Affairs Minister Kembo Mohadi for a meeting over the matter.

An estimated 250,000 Zimbabweans were given work permits under a special dispensation by the South African government a few years ago.

Addressing journalists in Harare yesterday, Minister Mohadi said they had not received official correspondence from South Africa relating to the expiry of

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A CRACKDOWN on illegal vendors by Masvingo's municipal police ended tragically on Monday after a four-month-old baby was run over by a council vehicle.

Angry residents vented their fury on council workers who had to flee for dear life.
They also torched the council vehicle reducing it to a shell. A commuter omnibus which was parked nearby was also caught up in the fracas as it was also burnt.

Witnesses said the baby was crushed in the melee after his mother who was selling some

TWO Gokwe men reportedly died while the other one went mentally unstable after picking "sacrifice" money which had been dumped by a certain businessman on a mountain.

Opheus Masocha, Alfred Nyika and Misheck Sibanda allegedly picked an undisclosed but large amount of United States dollars which had been dumped on a mountain near Chief Njelele's homestead in Gokwe North.

The money had been in the mountain for a couple of days and villagers were reportedly afraid to pick it up as

South African police and immigration officers from the Department of Home Affairs have launched a joint operation in the coastal city of Cape Town to flush out thousands of undocumented immigrants but only those from Africa are being targeted for deportations.

The operation, which began last week, has seen popular city streets, which are popular with foreigners deserted. On Friday last week, police and immigration officers laid an ambush for foreigners at the Cape Town train station.

 Nigerian Boko Haram militants kidnapped the wife of Cameroon's vice prime minister and killed at least three people on Sunday in a cross-border attack involving more than 200 assailants in the northern town of Kolofata, Cameroon officials said.

A local religious leader, or lamido, named Seini Boukar Lamine, who is also the town's mayor, and five members of his family were also kidnapped in a separate attack on his home.

There was no immediate claim of responsibility.

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Fourteen people died on the spot and two on admission to hospital, while 12 others were seriously injured in a road traffic accident involving a commuter omnibus early Monday morning near Bubi River along the Masvingo-Beitbridge highway.
 
Police spokesperson, Chief Superintendent Paul Nyathi, confirmed that 14 people including the commuter bus driver died on the spot, while the  driver of the South African registered Hino truck died on admission at Beitbridge Hospital.

Pokello's Ghanaian fiancé, Elikem has sparked speculation of her pregnancy on social media. He spoke of his cravings for fufu saying this was a sign that his lover might have a bun in the oven. He then spoke about how much he loved the Zimbabwean beauty.

"Am craving fufu. Could my wife be pregnant? U know they say sometimes the men get the cravings," Elikem twitted.

In Ghana, sadza is known as fufu. In another tweet, The Ganaian Tailor said he dearly loves Pokello.

"You call

THE MDC Renewal Team yesterday announced that it had converged with the United Movement for Democracy (UMD) led by exiled businessman Mutumwa Mawere to form a formidable grand coalition of opposition parties ahead of the 2018 elections.

Renewal Team spokesperson Jacob Mafume told party members in Mutare that the deal was concluded last Friday, adding that negotiations with other opposition parties were still on course.

The Renewal Team broke ranks with the mainstream MDC-T led by

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