Tuesday, February 28, 2017



    In an incident that left visitors and staffers at Bulawayo’s Mpilo Central Hospital in a state of shock, a dog was seen moving around the premises carrying the remains of a human being.



      A former Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) agent who admitted smashing an MDC supporter’s jaw with pliers, and then pulling out their tooth, has been granted asylum in the UK along with his wife.

      An MDC activist, Augustine Mahute, of Block 7 Matapi Flats in Mbare, Harare died on Saturday night at Matapi Police Station after being assaulted by police officers.



        The Botswana government has reportedly launched a door-to-door campaign, storming classrooms at various schools to get rid of foreign teachers, most of them Zimbabweans, whose permits expired and attempts to renew them were turned down.

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        Nkulumane woman allegedly scalded her husband’s girlfriend with boiling water in a fit of rage after she paid him a visit at their matrimonial home on Christmas Eve.


        Haiti - A Zimbabwean woman, Mrs Lukonde Hatendi (50), miraculously survived the devastating earthquake that struck Haiti last week when the building she was in collapsed, killing nearly 200 other people who were in it.

        Bulawayo City Council is on a collision course with war veterans following Monday’s eviction of more than 100 families who occupied a municipal farm. Controversial Zanu PF member Lillian Kandemiri, led the invasion of Umganwini Council farm in 2008 and parcelled it out to more than 300 people for a fee.

        Mugadza ,a prison officer who extorted a cellphone from a suspect at a court and hid it in his under garments has been slapped with an effective 16-month prison term.

        The Gweru City Council has bought a top of the range Toyota Prado for the ceremonial mayor, Tedious himombe, for US$42 000 amid revelations that a fleet of top of the range vehicles will soon be bought for senior management staff.

        The bankrupt Zimbabwe government has somehow blown nearly ZAR86 million (USD11,6million) in one year in school fees for children and relatives of mostly top Zanu PF officials who are studying in South African Universities at a time when local universities are struggling to function due to serious financial constraints.


        When told that a gang of marauding thugs, loyal to Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe and armed with knives and axes, are hiding in his maize crop, Mike Campbell’s reaction is shockingly phlegmatic.