Zimdancehall star, Lady Squanda is pregnant with her second child. Her manager Dj Sparks Zimbabwe confirmed the pregnancy. “She is currently away but I can confirm she’s pregnant although it’s still in the early stages,” he said. Dj Sparks said Lady Squanda was married to Prince Bolo.

“She’s married to a South Africa-based businessman who brought I-Octane. The lobola (bride price) and everything was paid in full,” he said. Lately, Squanda is best known

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The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has released five dollar bond notes worth fifteen million dollars into the domestic market starting Thursday 2 February 2017.

The RBZ Governor Doctor John Mangudya confirmed this latest development saying this brings the total amount of bond notes released to date to US$87.9 million which is 77.8 percent of the aggregate value of the export incentive scheme.

Dr Mangudya also said the security features of the five dollar bond notes are similar to those of

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A Zimbabwean woman gave birth to a ‘frog-like creature’ – before being ordered to burn its corpse in front of horrified villagers.

Precious Nyathi, from the village of Gokwe, in the north west of the country, was eight months pregnant when she went into labour.

But her husband, Mr Nomore, was left baffled when the 36-year-old gave birth to ‘something strange’ which resembled an amphibious creature.

Precious Nyathi (left) gave birth to a bizarre

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Celebrity dancer Beverly Sibanda has slammed people who are describing Andy Muridzo as a Hero for having unprotected se_x with her. The 25 year old says she has a se_x life despite being known for her dirty dancing.

Social media users have been castigating Muridzo describing him a dead man walking. He admitted to having a love affair with Bev, questioning the latter’s health. This was after H-Metro exclusively published a story which Bev was claiming to be pregnant by Andy Muridzo

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The Zimbabwe pastor who fled to the United States after launching the popular #ThisFlag protest movement faces up to 20 years in prison for organizing protests against President Robert Mugabe in New York.

Evan Mawarire was arrested at Harare International Airport on his return home Wednesday. He is yet to appear in court.

Mawarire has been charged with subverting a constitutionally elected government, which carries up to 20 years in prison.

Lawyer Harrison Nkomo says the charges arise

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Hard-pressed national airline, Air Zimbabwe (Air Zim), is struggling to pay $3,5 million it owes the International Air Transport Association (Iata), Parliament’s transport committee has said.

Iata suspended Air Zim from its account settlement system in 2012 due to non-payment of fees, dealing a major blow to the airline that has been battling to stay afloat for years.

The association’s system settles accounts between the world’s airlines, airline-associated companies and

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Just before returning to Zimbabwe, Pastor Evan Mawarire spoke to journalist Simon Allison in the US about why he’s going home, what he is going to do there, and why he doesn’t mind being labelled a regime change agent.

Pastor Evan Mawarire is not sleeping very well, and he’s got good reason to be nervous. “I only get a few hours a night at the moment. I stay up thinking about what is going to happen to me when I arrive,” he said at the time.

After six months

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A CHILD drowned after falling into a stream at How Mine on the outskirt of Bulawayo on Monday.

Bulawayo police spokesperson Inspector Precious Simango said the six-year-old boy drowned after falling into the stream while playing with his four-year-old brother, about 70 metres from their home.

She said the four- year old informed their mother of the incident but when she arrived at the scene, the boy was already died.

Insp Simango said his mother reported the matter at Hillside Police

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Local comedian and blogger, Skimbo- real name Tatenda Matika- says he does not blame musician Andy Muridzo for having unprotected se_x with raunchy dancer Beverly Sibanda. The outspoken comedian said Beverly is irresistible to most men and Muridzo did what most men would have done if given the opportunity.

“I know people might say a lot of things insulting Muridzo but the truth is most men would have fallen in the same trap of having unprotected se_x just like he did. I haven’t

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ZIMBABWE started levying a 15 percent value-added tax on basic foodstuffs Wednesday, the government said, dealing a further blow to cash-strapped consumers already battling to survive in an ailing economy.

The tax affects meat and staple foods such as cereals, rice and potatoes.

Other goods listed by the finance ministry include margarine, fish and pork.

The move comes at a time when Zimbabweans are faced with unemployment of over 90 percent and rising levels of poverty.

The country

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ZIMBABWE started levying a 15 percent value-added tax on basic foodstuffs Wednesday, the government said, dealing a further blow to cash-strapped consumers already battling to survive in an ailing economy.

The tax affects meat and staple foods such as cereals, rice and potatoes.

Other goods listed by the finance ministry include margarine, fish and pork.

The move comes at a time when Zimbabweans are faced with unemployment of over 90 percent and rising levels of poverty.

The country

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FIVE pupils collapsed at Dzivaresekwa 4 Primary School after two snakes were spotted and killed in their class forcing parents to demonstrate against the school authorities.

Also among the parents’ concerns was failure to provide water and electricity since last year

Police arrested one of the parents only identified as Sande for inciting parents to beat up the acting school head Simukai Mucha accused of misusing school funds along with the senior teacher and School Development

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OVER 400 000 subscribers deserted Econet Wireless Zimbabwe between July and September last year, latest Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (POTRAZ) statistics have indicated.

Econet was the only one of a three-member league of mobile telecoms providers to report falling numbers in active subscribers during the period, according to the POTRAZ report. It said the slide in Econet’s active subscribers dragged the combined sector total southwards.

Econet

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Full details regarding Pastor Evan Mawarire's arrest, Lawyer and Police speak out

SOCIAL activist and cleric, Evan Mawarire, of #ThisFlag movement, made a surprise return to Zimbabwe late yesterday afternoon, and was immediately arrested by State security agents as he landed at Harare International Airport.

Sources revealed that Mawarire – who left the country six months ago – did not even go through immigration formalities, but was approached by three man, who immediately arrested him.

His lawyer, Harrison Nkomo, revealed earlier that Mawarire was being

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Realising the vast opportunity that the internet offers, Zimbabwean media personality Ruvheneko Parirenyatwa will tomorrow unveil her online TV show to be broadcast on her YouTube and Facebook platform.

Ruvheneko known for her inquisitive interrogation technique tendered her resignation at ZiFM where she was a producer-presenter after an scuffle with the management. She had been sued by prominent business man Tafadzwa Musarara who demanded $200 000.

Upon leaving, the Minister of Health

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