Friday, September 30, 2016



    Zimbabwe authorities have arrested a man accused of raping and murdering his daughter's 8-year-old friend. Three of the suspect's friend are accused of assisting him and helping to get rid of the body.



      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.



        An MDC-T official, Dickson Mohammed is wanted by police for allegedly kidnapping a fellow MDC-T activist, police confirmed yesterday.

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        Harare - A Harare medical doctor allegedly connived with a Premier Service Medical Aid Society beneficiary to swindle the society of US$2 900 after making false claims for payment for a non-existent surgical operation allegedly done on the beneficiary’s son.


        A Bulawayo man found himself in trouble when he stole shoes worth R200 from a flea market to give to his wife as a present.

        Eaglesvale High School has lost 56 students amid reports of mass hysteria blamed on a ‘‘cult’’ that has seen two students chucked out of their hostels for allegedly leading unsanctioned religious meetings on school premises and causing hysteria among fellow students.

        Former Manicaland Zanu PF Chairperson, Mike Madiro on Friday evicted 30 families from his Wilton farm, 40km North of Mutare with the aid of armed police and the Messenger of Court amid fears of a looming humanitarian crisis.

        Credit is back, this is the message that Edgars Stores is sending to its customers.

        Nestle Zimbabwe has temporarily ceased operations in the country.The move by the Switzerland-headquartered food company comes after it bowed to pressure from activists that are against Zimbabwe’s land reform programme to stop buying milk from Gushungo Dairy Estate, which is owned by the First Family, and seven other farms in October.


        Parents with pupils at Dekezi High School in Insiza are up in arms with the head of the institution, who is reportedly forcing students to regularly have their hair cut to shore up business at her mini barbershop at her staff quarters.