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May 23, 2018 12:14 PM UK man raped children in Kenya

A man has been found guilty of raping two girls in Kenya. Keith Morris, 72, from Hull, carried out the crimes while on holiday in a remote village between 2016 and 2017, the National Crime Agency (NCA) said. He denied 13 charges including rape and sexual assault but was convicted following a trial at Leeds Crown Court. The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) 41

January 16, 2018 7:02 AM Zodwa loses $60 000 goods to guard

Harare businesswoman Ms Zodwa Mkandla allegedly lost property worth more than $60 000 to her security guard who on separate occasions used duplicate keys to enter her Domboshava house to loot various goods. The incidents would happen when Ms Mkandla, the director of Traverse Travel was away on business. Justice Jasi (26) allegedly stole the goods that included 74

October 26, 2017 5:21 AM Beitbridge: A productive cow that suffers neglect

THE dusty small town of Beitbridge now pins its hopes for development on the proposed one-stop border post (OSBP). Beitbridge could have looked like Victoria Falls long back or even its sister town of Musina, just 15km south in South Africa. It sits on the banks of the mighty Limpopo River right in the centre of the distance between Harare and Johannesburg 70

October 22, 2017 2:11 PM Mugabe Spends 300 Hours In The Air

President Robert Mugabe (93), the oldest living head of state in the world, has travelled over 300 hours, covering almost 180 000km and gobbling millions of taxpayers’ money this year. Besides the cost, the ageing leader is clearly putting his frail body under a lot of stress from the demanding process of jetting from one country to another. The president 72

October 21, 2017 2:08 PM UK Dismayed At UN’s Decision To Appoint Mugabe “Goodwill Ambassador”

The UK government has criticised the World Health Organization’s decision to appoint Robert Mugabe as a “goodwill ambassador”, calling the move “surprising and disappointing”. A Downing Street spokesman said British diplomats had raised serious concerns with the director-general of WHO, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, over the decision to offer the high-profile 78

October 17, 2017 6:57 AM WATCH: Houseboat brings Bulawayo to a standstill

BULAWAYO residents for the past two days have been jostling to catch a glimpse of the African Dream, a houseboat believed to be one of the biggest to have been built in Zimbabwe which is destined for Namibia. The houseboat was built at GDI Engineering in Msasa, Harare is on its way to Victoria Falls en route to Namibia. According to the boat's handlers 331

October 16, 2017 2:00 AM Mugabe outs ‘death prophecy’, Russia-bound

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe, battling a vicious succession war and a comatose economy back home, is today expected to leave for a low-key youth summit – World Festival of Youth and Students – in Sochi, Russia, where he has been invited among three other world leaders. Mugabe’s trip to Russia comes a day before his unofficial doomsday of October 17, where 69

October 15, 2017 10:26 PM Truckers block BeitbridgeBeitbridge Border Post Border Post

For the better part of the day, traffic —mainly trucks — clogged the commercial arrivals section. It is reported that all truck drivers, both carrying goods in transit and for the local market, united to force Zimra officials to improve on efficiency and service delivery. In separate interviews, the truckers said they were not happy with the manner in which 10

October 12, 2017 3:04 AM ‘Bodyguards must cart Mugabe in wheelchair to avoid embarrassment’

SOUTHERTON MP Gift Chimanikire (MDC-T) on Tuesday said President Robert Mugabe’s bodyguards must not let the veteran leader walk to podiums at international conferences, but, instead, should cart him in a wheelchair. Chimanikire was contributing to debate in the National Assembly on a motion in reply to the Presidential speech. He said Mugabe’s bodyguards 19

September 20, 2017 3:07 PM Rivals face-off at UN summit over Mugabe

Zimbabweans based in the United States are planning to roll out protests against President Robert Mugabe and his wife, Grace, at the on-going annual United Nations (UN) general assembly — but they face massive resistance from a pro-Mugabe group — the December 12 Movement which has planned its own demos showing solidarity with the Zanu PF leader. The exiled 10