Thursday, December 8, 2016



    Former principal immigration officer Lovemore Chigariro on Monday night shot his wife dead in Msasa Park before turning the gun on himself while his two children cowered in nearby rooms.



      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 bodies of 85 people killed by the army during the Marange diamond massacres were allegedly buried in 37 shallow graves in Chitungwiza around Easter this year. Journalist and blogger Denford Magora says he has reliable information that some of the dead include victims of the violent June 27th one-man presidential run-off.

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        Marondera - A High Court judge has sentenced to death a Marondera man who fatally assaulted a farmer before stealing his vehicle, cash and other belongings.


        Zimbabwean police says it is investigating a man who was recently caught posing as a Movement For Democratic Change (MDC) security officer at Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai's office at Munhumutapa Building in Harare's central business district.

        Zimbabwe - An IOM-managed Labour Migration Centre, opening today in the border town of Beitbridge, will facilitate the flow of seasonal migrant workers to South Africa and reduce the risks associated with irregular migration.

        Bulwayo - A Mpopoma man got the shock of his life when he found his wife being intimate with a traditional healer.The incident occurred at the couple’s home at a flat in Mpopoma on Thursday afternoon.

        One of Bulawayo's oldest supermarkets Haddon and Sly, which closed down and fired all its workers nearly four months ago, has been given two weeks to negotiate how it will settle the workers salaries that it owes.

        Yet another death at the hands of soldiers in the Chiadzwa diamond fields has been reported, on the same day that Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai called for a transparent investigation into abuses there.


        More than 300 people were arrested in the Johannesburg inner city for loitering and sleeping on the pavements, metro police said on Saturday.