A Nyanga woman has spoken of her utter delight after recovering her stolen car, thanks to Prophet Walter Magaya’s anointing hand.

Angeline Chasakara said car was stolen on December 5 from her workplace. After making frantic efforts to recover it to no avail she decided to come to PHD Ministries four days later.

During the Friday service, Prophet Magaya came to her and informed her that she had lost something valuable in her life. She confirmed it to be true and went on to mention

Valentina Guebuza, the influential businesswoman daughter of former Mozambican President Armando Guebuza, was shot dead by her husband in their apartment in a wealthy neighbourhood of the capital, Mozambican police said yesterday.Guebuza, a member of the ruling Frelimo party’s Central Committee and ranked as one of Africa’s most powerful women, was rushed to hospital after being “shot several times”, but died en route, police spokesman Orlando Mudumane said.


SINGER Nox Guni say he has buried the hatchet with erstwhile lover Paida Zvirikuzhe better known as Amai Gamu in showbiz circles.

The two had a ‘nasty’ break up which resulted in the leaking of several nude pictures of Nox with the grapevine pointing at Mai Gamu as the culprit.

She allegedly took to social media exposing Nox`s shenanigans on different platforms, accusing the Ndinonyara singer of being a gold digger who was after her money.

“I have been hurt by

On Monday this week, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe issued a statement on the reduction of cash withdrawal charges. With the prevailing cash crisis, cash withdrawal limits have been reduced to as low as $40 at some banks, but withdrawal charges remained as high as $3,50 and $4 per withdrawal.

The disproportionate relationship between the withdrawal limit and withdrawal charges meant that it was costing bank customers a hefty amount to have access to their own money.
The move by the RBZ is

HOOKERS are on the prowl in the Avenues area and they pounced again robbing another sex client and forcing him to disclose his identity details to transfer cash into their account.

With the festive season upon us, the hookers have resorted to all sorts of unorthodox means to fleece sex clients of their money arguing that they want to buy groceries and clothes for their families.
The unidentified man was hooked for a ‘quickie’ at Trekkeral Court for US$3 by Gaillah Muroyi who

AN anonymous thinker once said: “Drama doesn’t just walk into your life. You either create it, invite it or you associate with people who love to bring it into your life.”

As the curtain comes down on the year 2016, it is befitting to pay tribute to men and women who gave the country lots to talk about due to their undeniable knack of creating or inviting drama.
Sarah Mahoka
Up to February 2016, Sarah Mahoka, the ZANU-PF secretary for finance in the Women’s League

Dogged opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai, the only politician to beat President Robert Mugabe in an election, announced yesterday that he had fully recovered from his recent illness.

This comes as the resurgent MDC leader is involved in coalition talks with former Vice President Joice Mujuru’s Zimbabwe People First (ZPF) and 13 other smaller parties, in their bid to topple Mugabe and Zanu PF from power in the watershed 2018 elections.
Before yesterday’s announcement, which

SOME of the country’s opposition parties have warned against MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s alleged attempts to dictate on how an electoral coalition should be arranged, saying this could scuttle a rare opportunity to dislodge the Zanu PF government in 2018.

Addressing the media in Harare on Tuesday, Tsvangirai did not hide his willingness to join forces with fellow opposition parties but said the envisaged coalition should be led by a politician with proven support.

Long-suffering civil servants, who have been hoping for a change in their fortunes for the better, will endure yet another miserable festive season after President Robert Mugabe’s stone-broke government announced yesterday that the bulk of its workers would only be paid after Christmas and early next year.
In a pay schedule that is certain to raise the blood pressure of the edgy civil servants — who have for the past few weeks been agitating to get their December pay and bonuses

A Harrogate couple were Tuesday found guilty of fraud and money laundering at Leeds Crown Court.

Memory Chirwa, aged 33, and her partner Raymond Makudza, aged 38, were both immediately sentenced to four year imprisonment.
A two and a half year investigation by North Yorkshire Police’s Serious Crime Team found that Chirwa and Makudza’s criminal activity led them to defrauding businesses across the UK out of a total of £300,000.

The pair targeted charities as well as

I want to take this opportunity to say a short Christmas message to you all as the structures of Harare province. I felt I owed you a message because the rains washed away our last rally at Zimbabwe Grounds some three weeks ago.
The past year has been momentous in many respects. It saw the massive traction of this party through our public demonstrations in the provinces, starting with Harare on 14 April, 2016. After our demonstrations, we saw the emergence of many social movements to

ABOUT 200 miners were trapped underground while equipment worth thousands of dollars was damaged at Makomo Resources coal mine following heavy floods that hit Hwange district yesterday.

Twenty one families and inmates at an Old People’s Home had to be evacuated to safety as floods raged through settlements that include the Hwange Colliery Company (HCCL) concession, Lwendulu village’s F-section and Cinderella.
Makomo Resources general manager Mr Samson Mabvira confirmed the

THE two farm workers were fighting over a memory card.

Nobody knows what was on the memory card, but it turns out it was worth killing for!

One of the two men was stabbed to death and his colleague was arrested for murder. The shocking murder that took place in Heidelberg, sout-east of Joburg, left residents wondering just what was on the card.

The murder took place in the Poortjie farming area on Monday.

Captain Thivhulawi Tshilate said that apparently, the two workers were

A ZBC presenter Tichaona Maruziva has pleaded guilty to culpable homicide after he knocked down and killed a cyclist.

He told the court that he was truly sorry for killing Cynthia Smith in April this year. “I cannot do more. I cannot undo the harm suffered. I have taken the first necessary steps towards my own healing and that of the deceased’s family,” he said in mitigation.
“Since the day of the accident there has been harmony between the two families and no

A CITY woman accused her husband’s lover of taking her panties and other belongings.

Yeukai Mushangwe said that her husband’s girlfriend Rumbidzai Charakupa took her panties to a witchdoctor and she is behind the problems she is having in her marriage.
“This woman is causing problems in my marriage I always fight with Shepherd – my husband because of her.

“She came to my house and spent three days whilst I was at work and she took my panties to a

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