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A Harare magistrate has dismissed an application by Dyvon Masona, who was seeking an order compelling his late wife Brenda Chinguwo's relatives to collect her clothes from his Trafalgar Court flat where she committed suicide.

Mr Brighton Pabwe dismissed Masona's application in which he sought the order against Spiwe and Grace Pfute, who argued they will only remove the clothes on condition he pays US$10 000 as compensation to the  family.

In his ruling under case number

Chitungwiza Municipality has spared over 28,000 houses from demolition to minimise human misery and increase council revenue.

The illegal structures, which the council sought a High Court order to demolish, will be captured in the council database and the owners made to pay monthly service bills. A housing cooperative, Urban Development Cooperative (UDC), has been contracted to capture the targeted households into the database.

Each household will be charged $1,500 penalty to deter

TWO Glen View women have been slapped with an effective 12–month jail term each following their conviction on robbery charges after pouncing on an unsuspecting hitchhiker and robbing her of valuables worth over $1 000.

Shantel Mavimisa (19) and Zvikomborero Gutsa (20) were convicted on their own plea of guilty when they appeared before Harare magistrate Tendai Mahwe yesterday.

Mahwe also ordered the women, whose male accomplice is still at large, to restitute $700 to the

Mnangagwa faction was dealt a blow yesterday when Zanu-PF Politburo endorsed the outcomes of the Youth and Women's League conferences held last month and directed party Chairman Simon Khaya Moyo and the disciplinary committee, to deal with issues relating to the suspension of youth leaders in some provinces.

Zanu PF has largely been divided into two main factions rallying behind Vice-President Joice Mujuru and Justice minister Emmerson Mnangagwa though both publicly deny harbouring

TWO Chitungwiza men were on Tuesday brought to court charged with brutally assaulting a 31-year-old man and forcing him to swallow 200g of salt after accusing him of engaging in an adulterous affair with a married woman.

Prosecutor Zuvarashe Mushayabasa told the court that on August 22 this year, Langton Gwanyanya (34) and Edward Tsunda (45) lured the complainant, Garikai Makochera, to Gwanyanya's residence under the false pretence that they wanted him to supply a quotation for a window

A 14-year-old Plumtree girl yesterday embarrassed her grandmother after she told a court that her family framed the herd boy who was accused of raping her.

The girl was reportedly raped by Busani Ndebele.

Giving her testimony before magistrate Mark Dzira, she stunned her grandmother by saying she was told to say Ndebele raped her when they had never had sexual intercourse.

"I know Ndebele as an uncle who works for us at home. I did not have sexual intercourse with him. I did

In a classic example of stupidity in crime, police have arrested one of the three armed robbers who raided Agribank at Maphisa in Kezi and got away with about $100 000 on Tuesday.

Detectives pounced on the trio at Shashane River about two kilometres from the bank, two hours after the robbery, counting the money they stole.

Police sources said the stupidity of the criminals made them look good and efficient.

"A suspect called Gift Phiri of Bulawayo was arrested but the others

Jacob Moyana: The Chipinge-born sungura artiste is one of a kind. Moyana broke into the limelight after releasing the song Kana Muchitidako (if you want us there) which some fans interpreted as vulgar. In other Shona dialects the phrase refers buttocks.

As if this is not enough, Moyana is promising to release another controversial album to be titled Tombomamira Madhiri Acho.

Ironically, Moyana was recently implicated in a theft case in Gweru. He was accused of buying stolen

THERE was commotion in the National Assembly yesterday when opposition MPs took Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa to task over President Robert Mugabe's recent five-day State visit to China, which they claimed was a failure.

The MPs suggested Mugabe came back empty handed and this drew the ire of Zanu PF MPs who vociferously defended the trip.

MDC-T MP for Musikavanhu, Prosper Mutseyami, was the first to ask Chinamasa to explain if he came back with financial support from the

AN action-packed drama reportedly punctuated a traditional male circumcision ceremony in Matanjeni Village, Mbembesi area, Matabeleland North Province when a man allegedly brutally attacked another following an altercation over missing foreskins.

The two, Vusa Mthambo and Ndumiso Hadebe, whose ages were not given and are neighbours. The former viciously attacked the latter with a knobkerrie all over the body following a misunderstanding which was sparked by the alleged disappearance of

THE venerated Christian prayer "Our Father" says "Lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil."

However, this was not the case for a Victoria Falls woman as she proved she could lead herself into temptation and blamed bad spirits to have overcome her.

Reality struck for Abigail Muzamba after she was dragged before the courts by her 20-year-old brother after she allegedly tried to force him to bed her claiming it was the only way to get her cleansed of bad luck.

A sales executive with a leading mobile phone company is embroiled in a pregnancy wrangle with a suspected prostitute whom he allegedly impregnated after having unprotected sex with her.

Farai Bhila is under fire from his lover, 24-year-old Vimbai Mhike who alleges that he is the one whom she has been having unprotected sex with and therefore the only one who could have impregnated her.

In a WhatsApp conversation between the two, Bhila argues that Vimbai is a prostitute hence she

A 24-year-old Chitungwiza man yesterday appeared in court for severely assaulting and kidnapping his wife's 31-year-old boyfriend.

Tawanda Njengezana of Zengeza 3 admitted to assaulting Samuel Chiposi of the same suburb, but denied kidnapping him.

Njengezana appeared before Chitungwiza magistrate Mr Musaiona Shortgame and was remanded to tomorrow for continuation of trial.

Chiposi told the court that he met Njengezana's second wife Chenai at a local night club on August 27

CHINA has dropped a bombshell on top of President Robert Mugabe's roof by openly telling him to reliquish power, as a precondition for their funding of Zimbabwe's economic recovery.

The News Leader has obtained details and exclusively reveals that the demand and push by China, has been behind several processes in the recent months.

We have established and confirmed that China's position first emerged at the beginning of the year, when Finance and Economic Development minister

THE government is working on regulations that would halt the importation of second-hand ex-Japanese vehicles in a bid to promote the assembling of low-cost vehicles locally.

Industry and Commerce deputy minister Chiratidzo Mabuwa said Zimbabwe was losing much needed foreign currency importing second-hand vehicles.

Local vehicle assembling company Willowvale Mazda Motor Industry has blamed its troubles on the continued importation of used cars.

A number of Zimbabweans have

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