Friday, August 26, 2016



    Hopley - A corpse was stolen from a funeral wake at Hopley Farm while mourners were asleep only to be recovered, heavily mutilated, the following day about 3km away from the homestead.



      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.



        Zimbabwe reported its first swine flu cases on Thursday after five pupils from the same school in the eastern border town of Mutare tested positive for the swine influenza virus, also called H1N1 flu.

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        The crux of the matter is that sanctions are draconian to any nation,because they breed nothing but retrogression to the economy of that country .


        As the last light of day fades away, making way for the darkness of night, Nyika Growth Point in Bikita, 300km south of Harare, slowly awakes to offer its pleasures to residents of, and visitors to, this otherwise sleepy rural outpost.

        Following reports that Shalton Yotham Ngwenya sent a tribal racial hate message to Viomak in a discussion about Owen Maseko’s Gukurahundi paintings and his arrest, the protest singer has confirmed that after reviewing the hate message, the police officer who recorded a statement of the incident confirmed that Ngwenya committed a crime under the Malicious Communications Act with constructive intent to cause distress.

        Zimbabwe could be harboring as many as six former top soldiers in the Rwandan army wanted in connection with the 1994 Genocide which left over a million people dead.

        The National Executive of the MDC-T on Wednesday endorsed a decision to fire the entire Chitungwiza council over corruption allegations.

        Johannesburg – Zimbabwean refugees living in and around Johannesburg’s Central Methodist Mission are now set to be moved into temporary shelters, starting with the neediest this week.


        Land invaders, led by a character called "Landmine", broke into the house of Ben Freeth seen here injured at the SADC Tribunal hearing that ruled in his favour. and threatened to eat his children on Tuesday night this week