Wednesday, February 22, 2017



    I have over the years when I tracked down musicians for my column Filecheck encountered various tales of musicians who resorted to muti to make their careers better.



      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.



        Harare City Council has no capacity to collect garbage from households despite collecting monthly refuse charges from the people, town clerk Dr Tendai Mahachi has said.

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        President Robert Mugabe is insisting that a document negotiated in secret on a houseboat on Lake Kariba two years ago be used as a basis for our future constitution.


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        A Bulawayo man doused petrol all over the lounge suite and onto his wife whom he accused of adultery and lit a cigarette lighter — burning the wife and her sister to death, a High Court Judge heard last week.

        Police in Mutare are investigating a suspected murder case, which apparently has been reported close to 30 years now since the alleged commission of the crime in 1979.

        Mabvuku and Tafara residents have been exempted from settling water bills until the Harare City Council restores water supplies which were cut off more than two years ago.

        The head of the Central Intelligence Organisation in Chiredzi was last week shot dead while his workmate was injured after two unidentified gunmen attacked them in the town.


        Foreign aid groups have pledged $60 million to help Zimbabwe's farmers boost production after years of decline, the United Nations said on Thursday.