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  • ‘Commission of inquiry not visible’

    October 12, 2018 3:32 PM 11

    The Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) says the commission of inquiry into the violence that occurred in Harare on August 1, resulting in the death of at least six people, is not conducting its work in a transparent manner. In its latest report, ZPP said it was not clear whether the general public has access to the deliberations of the commission, noting that the State

  • Mai Mwamuka descends on Masvingo

    October 12, 2018 7:34 AM 15

    Talented and award winning gospel diva Margaret Mwamuka will tomorrow descend on Masvingo for a free worship musical gala at Charles Austin Theatre. The galas will be held throughout the country with the first musical extravaganza pencilled for Mutare’s Utate Gardens today. The Bulawayo-based female artiste said gospel fans should expect fireworks as she was prepared

  • Man in court for pulling cop’s privates

    October 12, 2018 6:47 AM 15

    A 23 year old Bulawayo man has been arraigned for grabbing and pulling a police officer’s private parts after the officer reproached him for making noise in a bar. Chrispen Mutenda (23) of Western Commonage Police Station grabbed and pulled the private parts of Marvellous Sibanda (36), who is a police officer at the station, following a heated argument

  • Whistleblower sues ZIMRA for $1,8m

    October 12, 2018 6:17 AM 15

    A whistleblower who assisted the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) recover $18 million tax from a local mobile network service provider through a tip off, has taken the taxman to court claiming his 10 percent commission. The man (name withheld) supplied information that NetOne was flouting tax obligations, resulting in ZIMRA recovering $18 913 694 from the communication

  • Man rapes, impregnates mentally-ill woman

    October 12, 2018 6:07 AM 14

    A Silobela man appeared in court here for allegedly raping and impregnating a mentally-ill woman. Mthokozisi Dube (26) was not asked to plead and remanded to October 24 when he briefly appeared before Kwekwe Magistrate Mr Storey Rushambwa facing rape charges. Allegations against Dube are that on an unknown date this year, he proposed love to the complainant

  • Jibilika Festival kicks off

    October 12, 2018 4:48 AM 14

    An expanded 11th Jibilika Festival is underway at different venues around the city including Batanai Gardens and the Harare International Conference Centre (HICC). Running under the theme “Renewal” the festival which now includes skateboarding, graffiti, cheerleading, fashion and music will run until Saturday. Jibilika director Plot Mhako said the festival

  • Bosso coup: Back in black and white

    October 12, 2018 3:44 AM 15

    Highlanders have officially signed young striking sensations Prince Dube and Bukhosi Sibanda on a two and one-year contract respectively. The two were unveiled to the media by excited Bosso coach Madinda Ndlovu at the club offices in Bulawayo yesterday. “I present to you our new boys to strengthen the team next season. As of today Prince Dube and Bukhosi

  • Davido reacts to reports that Chioma dumped him

    October 11, 2018 9:25 PM 15

    Davido has reacted angrily to media reports that he has been dumped by girlfriend Chioma Rowland. Writing on Twitter, Davido has threatened to sue TheCableNG, the site who broke the news. According to new reports by The Cable; “The lovers are said to be having incessant disagreements over alleged infidelity on the part of the superstar. Chioma has been complaining

  • Zodwa Wabantu ‘unbothered’ by Amanda Swartbooi

    October 11, 2018 7:40 PM 15

    Zodwa Wabantu’s sultry dance moves and raunchy dress sense are the foundation of the vosho queen’s empire, now there are claims that Amanda Swartbooi might be looking to dethrone her. And while Swartbooi’s social media pages describe her as an actress, entrepreneur, model and video vixen, she’s probably most remembered for going topless and dancing in a G-string

  • Cameroon ‘must prove separatist prisoners are alive’

    October 11, 2018 7:14 PM 16

    Lawyers in Cameroon defending leaders of a movement to create a separate state of Ambazonia have called on the government to produce evidence that their clients are still alive. Barrister Christopher Ndong was representing his clients at a hearing at the Yaounde Appeals Court. For the fifth time, secessionist leader Sissiku Ayuk Tabe and his fellow defendants