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August 15, 2018 6:28 AM Head-on crash kills three year-old girl

A three year old girl died and seven other people were injured in a head-on collision that occurred at Mbalabala along the Beitbridge – Bulawayo Road. The accident occurred at around 5AM on Monday at the 71KM peg when one of the drivers who was trying to overtake another vehicle, encroached into the lane of oncoming traffic, resulting in the collision 5

August 15, 2018 6:11 AM Rahman Gumbo shows interest in Prince Dube

Highlanders legend Rahman Gumbo could come to the rescue of clubless but talented striking sensation Prince Dube following reports that he wants him at his ambitious South African National First Division side Witbank Spurs. Impeccable sources said Gumbo has made overtures on the 21-year-old, who left Highlanders for Supersport United last year but found 5

August 15, 2018 4:46 AM Nobuntu to sing for pads

Many girls miss school because of menstruation as many of them cannot afford sanitary wear and this challenge has has not spared female artistes in Zimbabwe. In an effort to address the challenge, an all female Imbube group, Nobuntu, has embarked on a charity concert to try and raise money to buy pads for artistes in Bulawayo. Dubbed the “Pad Bank Show”, the concert 5

August 7, 2018 11:26 AM Train cuts man to pieces

A 38-YEAR-OLD man from Victoria Falls died when he was crushed by a passenger train in a suspected case of suicide. NRZ public relations manager Mr Nyasha Maravanyika said investigations were underway. “We heard about the sad incident where one person was killed by a train. Police attended the scene and investigations are still underway to establish 29

August 7, 2018 11:08 AM Tout found dead, 2 friends arrested

A 45-YEAR-OLD tout from Bulawayo was found dead in a storm drain in a suspected murder case, police have confirmed. The body of Marizoni Moyo (45) of Pumula South was discovered by passersby last Wednesday morning. The now deceased left a local sports bar at around 11PM last Tuesday in the company of his two friends whom he had been drinking with and was found 28

August 7, 2018 10:58 AM Man ‘kidnaps’ three messengers of court

He locked them in his house and went away. A 48-YEAR-OLD man from Gwanda has been arrested for allegedly kidnapping three messengers of court after they had been sent to attach property from him because he had not paid a $500 debt. Taison Moyo of house number 758 Jacaranda, Gwanda, allegedly locked Calvin Hlabathi, Francis Mayini and Mthabisi Moyo in his house 25

August 5, 2018 8:22 PM Money in the bank for fired Amini

STRUGGLING Castle Lager Premier Soccer League outfit Bulawayo City will pay their former coach Amini Soma Phiri, a monthly salary of between $1 000 and $1 500 till the end of year, B-Metro Sport has learnt. Phiri, a former Highlanders player, team manager and coach, was shown the exit at Amakhosi late last week, after his charges posted a string of poor results 40

August 5, 2018 8:05 PM ‘Ancestors’ order woman to stay in bush

A family from Bulawayo’s Emganwini suburb reportedly “deserted” their home to stay in the bush after getting an order from their ancestors. Despite the plummeting temperatures that the Meteorological Services Department warned people about in the past month the family “braved” the freezing weather. Some congregants of an Apostolic sect became worried 39

August 5, 2018 7:37 PM Pupils fight over blesser

IN a typical “blesser is mine” fight, two pupils from a Seventh Day Adventist-run secondary school in Bulawayo were captured fighting over a sugar daddy. It is reported that sometime last week passersby were shocked when pupils fought over a sugar daddy at the Bulawayo City Hall. The fight turned ugly to an extent that people who were watching ended 32

August 5, 2018 5:16 PM AFM church in flames, again

THE Supreme Court has ordered one of the senior pastors at the Apostolic Faith Mission (AFM) of Portland Oregon (Southern African Headquarters), Reverend John Sibanda, to stop using the church’s name and property. The church had approached the courts to resolve the matter after Rev Sibanda created independent parallel structures but continued using the AFM name and logo. In part, the judgment 33