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June 13, 2018 8:55 AM Njube teacher ‘impregnates’ maid

A cheating debt-ridden Njube High School teacher allegedly impregnated the family’s maid, his ex–wife has told the Maintenance Court. Sandra Munarwo dragged her ex-husband Vincent Nyathi to court for the upkeep of their two children. Munarwo, a nurse at Mpilo Central Hospital was demanding $344 for child support. “He has not been taking care of his children 28

January 28, 2018 9:14 PM Top performing schools named

A total of 57 pupils from more than 20 schools in the Matabeleland region contributed to the 773 pupils who managed to come out with 15 points and above in last year’s Advanced Level November examinations. According to a notice released by the Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (Zimsec) last week the highest candidate in Matabeleland was Arnold Bhebhe 54

April 16, 2015 6:27 AM Maid of honour 'snatches' friend's hubby

A TEACHER at Bulawayo's Montrose Girls High School yesterday dragged a colleague who was the maid of honour at her wedding to court accusing her of snatching her husband. Judith Ngulube allegedly confronted her workmate Alice Chiriya at her Nkulumane home on Valentine's Day Eve and assaulted her for four hours, shouting she had snatched her husband 1

March 7, 2015 1:47 PM Pupil forced to drink urine

A FORM one pupil at Luveve High school was reportedly forced to drink urine by two bullies after she refused to pay a R1 "toll fee" to use the girls' toilet. The bullies, both girls in Form Two, reportedly habitually abuse other pupils. Bulawayo Police Spokesperson Inspector Mandlenkosi Moyo yesterday confirmed the incident which occurred last Thursday

December 4, 2014 6:13 PM Teach performing arts at school,Umkhathi

Formed in the dusty streets of one of Bulawayo's oldest high density suburb, Njube, Umkhathi Theatre works, has stood the test of time and has established itself as one of the leading arts ensembles in the city. The multi-award winning arts group recently celebrated its 17th anniversary and NewZimbabwe.com caught up with the group's director Matesu Dube. He reflects 2