Social Media has erupted in fury and disdain after it became 'apparent' that a certain gentleman that Bev had invited onto the Stage, at the Dunstable Leisure Centre on Saturday had soiled his underwear during one of the dirty dancer's raunchy 'close combat' dances!

At the end of the video, alert revellers  were horrified to see that the man's grey  underwear was soiled by some brown 'stuff' resembling human dung.

"Dzisisai varume


A seemingly exasperated President Robert Mugabe on Saturday pleaded with his errant and fun-loving last born, Bellarmine Chatunga, imploring him to grow up and take his studies seriously.

Speaking at his wife Grace's lavish 50th birthday celebrations, that took place on Chatunga's 18th birthday, the concerned nonagenarian — who spoke from the heart — said he feared that his son could be headed for disaster if he did not improve on his discipline.

It was also

A ZVISHAVANE married woman, who took off her clothes in protest over eviction before dousing herself with petrol and threatening to set herself ablaze has been slapped with an 18-month jail term.

The woman gave male onlookers a very difficult time as she stripped naked, exposing her burnt-grass-like pubic hair, was described as very long and junky by one source. Reports are that men's anacondas nearly broke after the chocolate-coloured well built woman whose 'assets' are

A court in Libya has sentenced Col Muammar Gaddafi's son, Saif al-Islam, and eight others to death over war crimes linked to the 2011 revolution.

More than 30 close associates of the deposed leader were on trial, accused of suppressing protests during the uprising.

Saif al-Islam was not present in court and gave evidence via video link. He is being held by a former rebel group from the town of Zintan that refuses to hand him over. Former head of intelligence for the Gaddafi


SIES! In a development reminiscent of the Masvingo Bush romps sagas, the thicket near Nkulumane Shopping Complex in Bulawayo has been turned into love nests, with couples seen getting into the thicket for pleasurable moments as evidenced by pictures taken by an alert citizen on Sunday.

The citizen reporter managed to use his smartphone to capture two unidentified couples, one in a steamy session on rocks, and the other, nesting inside the tall grass, found already done with the


A BULAWAYO police officer allegedly received a $3 bribe to allow three football fans entry at the $5-per-person ‘Wing’ terrace during Sunday’s epic clash between Dynamos and Highlanders at Barbourfields Stadium.

Bishop Mwembe, 29, stationed at Mzilikazi police station, allegedly chewed up two $1 notes when a colleague caught him red handed receiving the bribe. The court heard there was a scuffle at Barbourfields Police Post when he snatched the remaining note and

Four South Africa-based Zimbabweans were reportedly arrested in Musina yesterday in connection with gruesome murder of two Zimbabwean women last month.

Sources said the suspects were detained at Oliphant Fontein Police Station in Johannesburg and were expected to assist South African police with investigations into the murder cases.

Zimbabwe's consular-general to South Africa, Henry Mukonoweshuro, could neither confirm nor deny the arrests.

"I will let you know about

THE Supreme Court of Zimbabwe has made another shocking labour ruling giving employers the right to withdraw employees' allowances and benefits saying these were not a right or entitlement.

This comes barely 14 days after the same court gave the employer the right to terminate workers' contracts and offload them at three months' notice without having to pay retrenchment packages.

In a judgment delivered at the Supreme Court, in a matter involving the National Railways

President Robert Mugabe's increasingly influential wife, Grace, has now admitted openly that she plotted the ouster of former Vice President Joice Mujuru over petty gossip — an ill-advised move that has seen the warring ruling Zanu PF officially splitting into two bitterly-opposed formations, as Zimbabwe burns economically.

Appearing to shoot herself in the foot, multiple times, the controversial First Lady also admitted to State media at the weekend that she had caused the


A book chronicling the life of First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe in pictures was bought for $50 000 by Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries founder Prophet Walter Magaya after he outbid other potential buyers.

The bids for the book started at $5 000 during the First Lady's 50th birthday celebrations gala and fund-raising dinner held at the First Family's home in Borrowdale, Harare, on Saturday evening and spilled into the early hours of yesterday.

The book is titled

The newly formed Renewal Democrats of Zimbabwe (RDZ) leader, Elton Mangoma, has ruled out any possibility of joining forces with politicians who were sacked by Zanu PF, saying their hands were dripping with blood.

Mangoma, who formed his party after a fall out with ex- finance minister Tendai Biti in their MDC Renewal project, said the likes of former Vice President Joice Mujuru and former Zanu PF National Secretary for Administration Didymus Mutasa have blood in their hands.

President Mugabe yesterday exposed the NewsDay's penchant for writing false stories about the First Family and Government saying some sections of society should recognise that the work that he does is for Zimbabwe and the continent at large.

The President's comments follow a recent story by NewsDay where it deliberately twisted facts by claiming that President Mugabe's recent visit to Equatorial Guinea, where he chaired an Ebola Follow-up Conference in his capacity as


First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe has said she could have been dead by now from various ailments that afflicted her in the 50 years she has been on earth if it was not for her inner strength and the love and support of her husband President Mugabe.

Speaking at a dinner gala to celebrate her 50th birthday anniversary and to fund-raise for charity, Amai Mugabe said God kept her for a purpose, especially her philantrophic work helping mainly less privileged children.

She chronicled to


PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe often turns to his teenage last born son, Bellarmine Chatunga, for a bedroom companion – when his wife is away from home.

Chatunga, by his own parents' admission, is something of a slouch at school, and his father often invites him to bed – to talk.

This was revealed by First Lady, Grace Mugabe, as she tried to show that her 91-year-old husband finds time for his children despite his busy schedule always travelling abroad.

In an


"I don't want to continuously apologise for being Ndebele because somebody has decided that your definition is Shona because the sperm that produced you came from a Shona man.

"The last (survey) result that we had showed that 72 per cent of local men were duped of paternity."

FIREBRAND MDC legislator and feminist, Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga says she plans to formally challenge a requirement for children to adopt their fathers' surnames as opposed to

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