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Members of an apostolic church in Masunda Village under Chief Madamombe in Chivi North in Masvingo Province got an Easter surprise on Saturday last week when an enormous crocodile was spotted at their church during a prayer service.

The surprise visit by the 'saint' crocodile, which reportedly measured about two metres long, triggered great panic among congregants of Zvishamiso Zvavapostori Apostolic Church with some of them suspecting the spotted reptile was on a witchcraft expedition.

MDC-T secretary general Tendai Biti Monday defiantly declared he was the only person now in legal control of the beleaguered opposition party in the aftermath of a palace coup that purportedly deposed leader Morgan Tsvangirai at the weekend.

In a letter to Parliamentary Speaker, Jacob Mudenda, Biti said Tsvangirai needed a court order to overturn the decision of the "national council meeting" of April 26, 2014, which the Tsvangirai led group dismisses as a "bogus" gathering.


A South African man says he is living in fear after alleged satanists based in Zimbabwe threatened to kill his children when he refused to supply them with human body parts.

Donald Eunice, 35, of Free State in the neighbouring country on Friday narrated how he was recruited by the satanists, who he said were from a local church (name withheld). The accused church leaders were not at their place of worship yesterday and so cannot be named.

Speaking a combination of Zulu, Setswana

THE wife of an HIV positive Esigodini man who stands accused of raping his juvenile cousin and infecting her with the virus has said her husband was not capable of committing the crime as he was impotent.

Elphina Gumede, 39, told Gwanda regional magistrate Joseph Mabeza that it was impossible for her husband Morrison Khumalo, 50, of stand number 229 Mpisini Resettlement to have raped the juvenile since he could not sustain an erection.

She said she had previously attempted to

In yet another shocking revelation, troubled sungura musician, Alick Macheso is allegedly head over heels with his new lover who is based in United Kingdom.

Macheso, who broke up with his second wife, Tafadzwa Fortunate Mapako, in November last year but managed to keep the failed marriage a secret until two weeks ago, has allegedly 'replaced' the mother of his two children with a 'foreign based' lady.

"Ava ndivo mainini ava, this is my wife," Macheso reportedly told a UK-based news

The chaos that has rocked the MDC-T has taken another twist with the Morgan Tsvangirai faction making a counter move by expelling the party’s secretary general Tendai Biti and nine other senior officials and bringing forward the date of congress to October this year.

Addressing the media soon after the party’s national council meeting at Harvest House Tuesday, Tsvangirai said his party will now hold its elective congress October 2014 to elect substantive leaders to take the party to the

A Chitungwiza man who is being accused of infecting his wife with HIV left the court in stitches when he denied the allegations.

Darlington Tembewa said he does not have a company that manufactures the disease.

"Do I manufacture the disease? I don't own a company that manufactures HIV," he boldly told the magistrate.

His estranged wife, Florence Mazanhi claimed that Darlington deliberately infected her with the virus before ditching her for another woman. The estranged wife

Two women who are in a polygamous marriage reportedly exchanged blows over a roster of being intimate with their husband.

Loveness Wunguro told the court that she had a fight with her husband's first wife Rhoda Chiwaku who also enjoys playing the 'hide my sausage' game when their husband is at her house.

Loveness opened up at the Harare Civil Court where she had been taken by Rhoda who was seeking a peace order against her. She said her co-wife threatened to 'sexually starve her'

Businessman Phillip Chiyangwa has fixed his problems with wife Elizabeth - meaning the latter’s epic $230 million divorce ultimatum is off the plan, it emerged yesterday.

While the Native Investments Africa Group founder would not be drawn to comment on the issue yesterday, a family spokesperson confirmed the development and issue, saying the 53-year-old businessman would make a statement soon.

"You will know that Mrs Chiyangwa has been back for about six weeks now and this

After months of frenzied speculation and strenuous denials, MDC secretary-general Tendai Biti came out in the open yesterday on his long reported
opposition to party president Morgan Tsvangirai.

Always believed to be the main player behind the so-called renewal team, Biti was part of the faction that moved yesterday to "suspend"

Tsvangirai and other senior MDC leaders such as vice-president Thokozani Khupe, national chairman Lovemore Moyo, organising secretary Nelson Chamisa and

A GRAPHIC tape exposing four Africa University students leaked and went viral a few hours after it was recorded last week. The act of online debauchery has taken Mutare by storm, in yet another worst form of cultural decadence and irresponsible behaviour that has possessed most youths in Zimbabwe.

Tthe quartet – who are couples – were recorded having unprotected sex in a hostel at the university. They took turns to film each other. The first tape which is two hours, 25 minutes long

A Glen View three months old baby, who was with her parents at the Judgement Night part 2 held at the National Sports Stadium on Saturday, died in unclear circumstances on returning home.

The child Isheanesu, was buried at Granville cemetery on Monday. The late Child's grandfather, Albert Muremo told reporters that he was still in shock that his grandchild had died.

"My 19 year old girl, together with her husband, attended the judgement night and they took along with them the now

POLICE in Mutasa have launched a manhunt for the driver of a Vazungu Bus Service who disappeared from the crash scene following an accident that killed six people in Mutasa last Thursday night.

Six people died on the spot, while 63 were injured, 11 of them seriously, when the bus ferrying church members to an Easter gathering at Gatsi near Honde Valley crashed near Bonda Mission.

Acting Manicaland Traffic co-ordinator Chief Inspector Cyprian Mukahanana attributed the accident to

Sungura ace Alick Macheso's four-year marriage to Tafadzwa Mapako has finally collapsed following Wednesday's agreement between the parties on conditions of separation.
Macheso collected his belongings from Tafadzwa's house on Thursday evening, putting the final nail on the coffin of a marriage that was well-publicised when the musician took Tafadzwa as his second wife.

The parties agreed that Macheso would pay interim maintenance pending paternity tests for their two children to be

A Gokwe woman became a subject of shame after she engaged in sex with her son-in-law last week and was caught red-handed.

The woman, Erina Zhou, 40, and her businessman son-in-law, Tsiku Usiku, 51, who both reside in Madhau village, appeared before Chief Nemangwe charged with committing an abomination.

Confirming the report, Chief Nemangwe said the two had probably been having sex for some time.

"The two must have been engaging in these denigrating activities for a while

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