A woman grabbed her husband’s te_sticles with a firm grip causing him pain after discovering that he was sleeping with her younger sister. Appearing before Lupane resident magistrate Ndumo Masuku, facing a physical abuse charge, Charity Tshuma (24) pleaded guilty to inflicting pain on her husband Collen Siziba (39).

It was heard in court that Siziba from Jibajiba area in Lupane had an affair with his 15-year old sister-in-law.

His wife, Tshuma,was made aware of the affair by

FOR some Zimbabweans living in urban areas eating mice, insects or bugs is welcomed with feelings of aversion and disgust. Yet for their rural counterparts, their consumption, especially of mice during the period just after harvesting right through the winter season, is part of their staple diet.

And for David Bhaureni, 20 of Mahusekwa in Marondera District, catching mice is a “lucrative business given the unemployment rate in the country”.

Bhaureni sells cooked field mice

Acie Lumumba is currently under arrest on the charges of fraud and forgery related to the sale of a vehicle in 2008.

We categorically deny all charges against Mr Lumumba, as the case was clearly drummed up for the purpose of illegally incarcerating our client after he was granted bail in the previous pending case.

We intend to seek dismissal of all charges and are confident that they will not survive judicial scrutiny. We are weighing our options in seeking judicial relief from this

Home Affairs minister, Ignatius Chombo says police must be professional at all times when dealing with the public.

Chombo spoke following the shocking police brutality captured on video following protests, especially in Epworth. Many Zimbabweans were outraged by the police violence and called on the cops in the video to be identified and brought to justice. But Chombo did not condemn the use of brute force by the cops.

Instead he told a rally at Mkoba Stadium in Gweru that :"The

President Robert Mugabe was reportedly livid on Friday after spending several hours in a closed-door meeting with members of an apostolic sect where he was briefed about the alleged involvement of senior army officials in an internal dispute tearing one of the largest churches in Mashonaland Central apart.


Mugabe was in the province to address Zanu PF factionalism, but the case of the abduction of Vadzidzi VaJesu Apostolic Church founder, 94-year-old Aaron Mhukuta took most of his time.


A supposedly much-hyped Vuzu party allegedly organised by some  pupils from three local secondary schools on Friday last week was busted after the pupils ,mostly girls, got drunk while waiting for transport to ferry them to their party venue. The pupils’ misbehaving reportedly attracted the attention of other pupils and passersby who rushed to the scene and had a glimpse of them while tw_erking and dancing in se_xually suggestive ways. Some were reportedly hurling obscenities with

United Family International Church (UFIC) leader, Emmanuel Makandiwa, on Sunday fumed at President Robert Mugabe’s cabinet and advisers, accusing them of working against the 92 year-old ruler.

The charismatic prophet was leading his church in prayer in Harare against bloodshed in Zimbabwe, following the recent violent protests that rocked the country as citizens demonstrated against a ban on imported goods, corruption and bad governance.

"I said it here that there are people

The man behind last week’s crippling stayaway pastor Evan Mawarire claims he survived an attempt to abduct him on Friday night but has vowed to lead another shutdown of the country this week.

Mawarire, the founder of the #ThisFlag social media movement, on Friday released a video recounting the incident, which he said happened at his Harare home.

However, he said he was not intimated and would lead calls for another stayaway on Wednesday and Thursday to force the government to meet

FORMER Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Esrom Nyandoro escaped death by an inch last week.

This after thugs broke into his Kempton Park house.

Sunday Sun sources say the men pointed a gun at him before ransacking the house.

One source, who is close to the former soccer star, told the People’s Paper: “When they were done robbing him, they fled with his valuable goods and cash.

“The incident happened on Thursday last week. He almost died,” said the source.


 With the Zimbabwean economy continuing to die and long-suffering citizens becoming more restless by the day as witnessed in the dramatic events of the past week, the political pressure is mounting on President Robert Mugabe and his panicking ruling Zanu PF, who are facing their biggest challenge in their 36 years in power.

A stressed senior Zanu PF official who spoke to the Daily News on Sunday yesterday described the atmosphere in the country and within the top echelons of the party

Headstrong Utakataka Express heir Peter Moyo took his moot leadership qualities to new lows in the early hours of yesterday morning when he cut his set short during the Leonard Zhakata album launch at the Harare International Conference Centre.

Less than 30 minutes into his performance, the Young Igwe could not take any more of the technical glitches as he left the stage despite braving a subdued crowd which had gone virtually silent upon his entrance on stage.

Thrown into what seemed

The founder and leader of ECG ministries Prophet Shepherd ‘Major 1’ Bushiri has launched the “blood of Jesus”. According to reports, the blood is being sold in 500ml and 750ml plastic bottles.

One congregant who confessed to be a loyal member of ECG ministries revealed that the blood heals every calamity and problems.

“We have been using anointing oil which is called “The Lion of Judah” before and we have been using anointed mantles, bracelets and

CONTEMPORARY Gospel Music outfit — ZimPraise — held its 9th live DVD recording dubbed ‘‘Hymns Night 2’’ in the capital yesterday. Since its formation in 2006, the group has been on a steady expansion drive. However, the outfit has faced its fair share of challenges ranging from ownership squabbles and morality issues. While Joseph Madziyire says he is the founder and chief executive of the choir and its various sub-divisions, sources are saying that certain

 Did a popular newsreader at State broadcaster ZBC television channel really believe that Wednesday’s nationwide shutdown had failed?

Viewers are asking if Rumbidzai Takawira, who is widely known as NewsBae, agreed with the news she appeared to be dutifully reading out on the main evening news bulletin on Wednesday.

Takawira (26) is a household name in Zimbabwe. Some viewers openly admit that they only watch the 8 o’clock news bulletin to see her. She has said on social

Zanu PF Secretary for Administration, Ignatuis Chombo says war vets leader, Christopher Mutsvangwa was expelled because he remained unrepentant.

“Having gone through your appeal, the committee found that you were neither apologetic nor remorseful in your behaviour. You continued to denigrate senior party leaders, bringing Zanu PF into disrepute.

“Your actions and utterances violated the mended Zanu PF Constitution Article 28, Section 262 read in conjunction with Article 3

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