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A ZANU-PF party co-ordinator for Insuza District in Matabeleland South Province is allegedly embroiled in a sex scandal in which he is alleged to have demanded sexual favours from a married woman he reportedly assisted in acquiring a residential stand in the district.

In a bid to force the victim (name withheld) to bow down to his sexual demands, Agrippa Ndlukula (65), is alleged to have threatened her saying if she continued denying him sex he was going to make her disappear.

A popular commuter omnibus driver who was facing charges of raping a school girl in a city graveyard has been acquitted after a Masvingo Magistrate Court ruled that the girl liked and enjoyed the sexual encounters.

Steven Tsvairai (22) had in his defence accused the girl's parents of forcing her to report him to the police because he (Tsvairai) was a middleman between her and her boyfriend, Pride Rugora who disappeared when the case was reported.

The allegations against Tsvairai


MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai's woes continue to mount amid reports the former premier is broke and failing to maintain the plush government Highlands mansion in which he has been living since being appointed prime minister in the unity government which ended last year, while he faces eviction.

Sources close to the former premier said this week he is struggling to maintain the house, although he is desperate to keep it. When the news crew visited the premises yesterday, reporters

A Macedonian man chopped off his penis and threw it in the bin after he was dumped by his girlfriend for his lack of bedroom skills.

The man told medics he felt his small-sized penis was to blame for the split.

And, he said, as it was useless he decided to cut it off.

Oliver Ilic, 22, had called medics after he could not stop the bleeding.

And the jilted lover was taken on a stretcher in bloodstained jeans to hospital in the eastern town of Kocani.

Police searched

A teenager from Matabeleland South was arrested by after villagers who suspected that he had raped a donkey after they found fur on his manhood and trousers.

Zibusiso Tshuma, 18, of Godzo Village in Tsholotsho ran out of luck after a man who had spotted him doing the sickening act, allegedly groaning in sexual pleasure, notified other villagers who then examined him and eventually arrested him.

Tshuma appeared before Tsholotsho provincial magistrate, Abednico Ndebele, facing


ALL eyes will be on President Robert Mugabe as he chairs a potentially explosive Politburo meeting on Friday, October 24 which is likely to determine the destiny for his number two, Vice President Joice Mujuru, and that of a number of senior ZANU-PF officials amid reports that Vice-President Joice Mujuru may not settle for the deputy.

Sources last night said the embattled Vice-President on Saturday will break her silence at a rally in Mt Darwin, Dotito area were she will tell her


Outspoken musician, Carlos Green, last weekend attempted to kill himself when he downed a poisonous substance over challenges in his life.

The self-acclaimed rapper had decided to commit suicide before he was rushed to a doctor by a close and caring friend. Luckily he down too much so he lived to see another day.

A close source said Carlos Green is a frustrated man at the moment and wanted to 'murder' himself so that he could take a final rest.

"Yes Carlos took poison but was

THE ruling Zanu PF party could be heading for a devastating split as bickering between rival factions jostling to succeed ageing ruler Robert Mugabe escalates ahead of a key congress.

Over the years, Zanu PF's leaders have papered over the cracks forged by the battle to succeed 90-year-old Mugabe, playing down factional feuding even while acknowledging it cost them dearly in the 2008 elections.

But the arrival of Mugabe's wife Grace on the political stage has thrown the battle into

The trial of Kudakwashe Munetsi commenced yesterday with his wife Sharon Macheso departing from her initial statement to the police, giving a new version of the story.

Munetsi, who is being charged for contravening the Domestic Violence Act, appeared before magistrate Mr Tavonga Mutetwa.

During cross-examination by Munetsi's lawyer Mr Charles Chikore, Sharon told the court that it was Munetsi who grabbed a hoe handle intending to assault her with it.

However, in her original

FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe yesterday said Vice President Joice Mujuru did not deserve a day longer in office because she was corrupt and incompetent.

Cde Mujuru had risen beyond her capabilities and should now vacate her station, the First Lady told thousands of war veterans and senior government officials who gathered at her children's home in Mazowe yesterday to support her elevation to lead the Zanu-PF Women's League.

Despite her unbridled ambition, Cde Mujuru had reached her

GOVERNMENT has unveiled a new salary structure that will see town clerks and secretaries who used to earn "obscene salaries" hovering around $30,000 per month, now getting between $1 900 and $9 000 per month.

According to a circular dated October 8 this year, sent to all local authorities by Local Government permanent secretary George Mlilo, the salary cut is with immediate effect and is expected to cascade down to the lowest grades.

Mlilo said the directive was meant to ensure

Most bodies of about 80 South Africans and three Zimbabweans who met their creator when a church building belong to Prophet TB Joshua collapsed in Lagos on the 12th September, have decomposed beyond recognition after being kept in cheap fan powered (supermarket style) coolers, it has emerged.

Most of the Nigerian mortuaries the bodies are being kept cool only by fans, with no refrigeration. The development comes after it further emerged the process to identify the bodies will take

THE first lady Dr Grace Mugabe on Thursday announced her candidacy to succeed her husband, 90-year-old president Robert Mugabe, when he leaves office.

"People say I want to be president, why not? Am I not a Zimbabwean?" the 49-year-old said when addressing veterans of the country's liberation struggle in Mazowe at about 40km north of Harare.

Mugabe called on Vice President Joice Mujuru - regarded as one of the top contenders to succeed the president - to resign.

"There are

14:31 Grace Mugabe ends her speech.

14:28 Crowd erupts and Amai says "Vanhu vabatwa nemweya mutsvene waGrace, we cast out demons in the name of Jesus!"

14:27 "We request that dai achingoterera zvataurika kuti baba zvisavaomera. Takataura isu zvebaby dumping cause ndakati baba kana vakasakudumper, we will do it ourselves. But we don't want to do that, umwe wedu. Akakumbira ruregerero tinomuregerera." People shout "Ngaabve!"

14:25 "We know you don't work. Just going kubasa

The Zimbabwe students' union on Thursday made war not love over a new code of conduct banning students from kissing on campus at the country's top university.

In a circular displayed at halls of residence, authorities at the University of Zimbabwe said students "caught in any intimate position such as kissing or having sex in public places" would be punished.

The university also barred resident students from bringing members of the opposite sex to their hostels and "loitering in

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