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An online news website, The Telescope, claims that Bona Nyepudzai Mugabe who is the apple of President Robert Mugabe's eye, is battling to fall pregnant, causing despondency inside family circles and excruciating concern to Mugabe and his wife Grace, who are reportedly itching for a grandchild.

Written by Mary-Kate Kahari

High level sources close to the Chikore family, where Bona is married to their son, Simba, who was initially thought to be a pilot at either Emirates or Qatar

A Harare man yesterday told the court that his wife was denying him sex and telling him to go and quench his "sexual thirst" on their 20-year-old daughter.

Happy Mhlanga said whenever he asks for conjugal rights, his wife Esther Sidori, directs him to their daughter's bedroom. This emerged at the Harare Civil Court where Mhlanga was seeking a protection order against Sidori whom he said was breaching his peace.

Mhlanga claimed Sidori was in the habit of verbally abusing him each

A suspected thief who posed as a genuine congregant and stole various items from unsuspecting church members of two apostolic sects was beaten to a pulp, leaving him with a broken arm, a magistrate has heard.

The suspect, Chrispen Muchanyo, denied the theft charges when he appeared before magistrate Takudzwa Gwazemba on Tuesday.

Muchanyo told the court in his defence that on the fateful day, on August 14 this year, he visited the Gaririya Apostolic shrine near Mazai Infill in

South Africa-based Zimbabwean businessman Robert Gwarazimba has formed a political party called the Zimbabwe Star to support Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Emmerson Mnangagwa's succession ambitions.

Little is known about Gwarazimba, but it is believed that his father at one time worked for Mnangagwa. He would not divulge further details about himself other than describing himself as a businessman.

Even though the significance of the formation of the party is yet

People who travel to Zimbabwe from countries that have been affected by the Ebola virus will be quarantined for 21 days, while prophets who claim to cure HIV and Aids, diabetes and cancer risk being arrested for urging patients to stop taking medication, the Senate heard yesterday.

Health and Child Care Minister Dr David Parirenyatwa said one measure to prevent Zimbabwe from being affected by the deadly Ebola disease was to isolate people coming from such areas, including Zimbabweans


Harare police came out in full force on Wednesday and crushed a planned 'jobs demonstration and handing over of a petition to parliament' by opposition MDC-T youths on Wednesday.

Police in full riot gear descended on the central business district and brought to an abrupt end the intended procession that was set to begin at Town House. My Zimbabwe News editor was an eye-witness to the melee, as police armed with buttons and riot gear took turns to beat up suspected MDC-T youths. Several

A ZANU PF senator has claimed that Western countries are encouraging Zimbabwean males to be circumcised as a ploy to weaken them so they can take over their land and women.

Mashonaland West senator Mike Byton Musaka told the Senate on Tuesday that he was amazed by the amount of money splashed on advertising circumcision saying people can "always abstain from sex or use a condom".

According to the parliamentary Hansard, Musaka said circumcised men would become weak in bed and result

A ZVISHAVANE 14-year-old boy who broke into people's houses to watch cartoons on television has been sentenced to receive six strokes of the cane.

Magistrate Peter Madiba on Tuesday convicted the Grade 7 pupil on 11 counts of theft and unlawful entry.

According to the State, between January and July, the boy, who stays in Maglas high-density suburb, broke into several houses and stole goods and cash worth over $2 000.

The State said the juvenile, who has other previous theft

HEALTH and Child Care minister David Parirenyatwa yesterday shot down Registrar-General Tobaiwa Mudede's suggestions urging the populace to shun contraceptives.

Parirenyatwa also defended his position that condoms should be placed in Bibles and distributed in churches.

Parirenyatwa told parliamentarians that contrary to Mudede's assertions, his ministry encouraged the use of contraceptives such as condoms as a birth control measure and to curb the spread of sexually transmitted

Prophet Walter Magaya's PHD church has announced that the prophet's anointing causes people to vomit part of their deliverance.

The Holy Spirit, the church claims, causes people to vomit their digestives as part of their deliverance from demonic oppression.

Below is a collection of official publications the church has made over several months in which the prophet himself says people are delivered as they vomit.

One of the announcements referring to these manifestations reads

PANIC spread through a major Bulawayo hospital after a cross-border truck driver with symptoms of the deadly Ebola fever was admitted on Tuesday. The 52-year-old driver, thought to be Zambian, was in transit from South Africa to Zambia when he fell ill and was rushed to the United Bulawayo Hospitals, where he was reportedly put in isolation.

Hospital sources said the patient drives trucks across Central and Southern Africa, through countries that include the Democratic Republic of

A SUSPECTED prostitute in the makorokoza (illegal panners)-infested Mberengwa Office 1 area lost the sight in her right eye after being severely bashed by a client for allegedly failing to satisfy his sexual desires.

Milton Chikwama (21) escaped a jail sentence after Mberengwa magistrate Christopher Maturure fined him $150 for assaulting sex worker Antonate Moyo (30). Chikwama told the court that he had beaten Moyo up for refusing to reimburse him his $2 after she failed to satisfy him

A Bulawayo woman claimed that her relationship with her husband was now that of brother and sister, as the latter was allegedly failing to perform in the bedroom for the past two years after his girlfriend allegedly cast a "central locking" spell on him.

Liah Ndlovu from Old Magwegwe insisted that her husband fell victim to the spell which is colloquially referred as ulunyoka/runyoka which was cast on him by his girlfriend Judith Ncube.

She said the spell allegedly rendered him

First Lady Grace Mugabe on Tuesday took a giant leap forward to taking over the reins as Zanu PF's Women's League boss after the Harare Provincial Coordinating Committee (PCC) nominated her as a central committee member.

Underfire Harare provincial chairperson Amos Midzi said his executive was going to "keep a position" for the first lady, so that she  becomes  part of the province's central committee representatives.

"This afternoon, we have sat as the provincial

Thokozani Khupe's position as MDC-T's vice president is under siege following latest manoeuvres by party president Morgan Tsvangirai to consolidate his grip on the topmost position in the opposition through 'constitutional changes'.

A constitutional committee led by party deputy national chairperson, Morgen Komichi, is currently involved in intra-party consultations, seeking contributions for a new party constitution in a process so far marked by bickering and manipulation, threatening

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