Monday, December 5, 2016



    A 24-year-old man decided to spare himself the agony of jail life and opted to end his life by committing suicide while detained in police holding cells at Masvingo Rural Police Station after being arrested for stock theft, police have confirmed.



      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.



        A visually impaired top-selling musician who used to be the frontman for Jairos Jiri Band is on top of the world after regaining his sight after a session of prayers with Bishop Ezekiel Guti of ZAOGA church.

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        Kirsky Coventry, the pride of Zimbabwe on the international swimming stage, is heavily tipped to reap four gold medals at the 13th Fina World Championships which is in Rome, Italy on Friday, The Herald reported.


        Forty-six days after the last ovation, six weeks since the curtain came down and nearly two months since the echoes of the drums went silent on Siyaya Arts’ Ibumba International Festival — the men who kept a 24-hour vigil on Stanley Square and ensured the premises were secure are yet to be paid their dues.

        The MDC has admitted that it is actively campaigning for the removal of some of the targeted sanctions placed against Robert Mugabe’s regime, just weeks after saying the full terms of the Global Political Agreement (GPA) had to be implemented first.

        A Zimbabwean truck driver was killed after causing a multi-vehicle accident under the Atterbury Bridge in South Africa on, a report said on Wednesday.

        Counterfeit United States Dollars are in huge calculation in most African countries as hardly a month passes by without arrests. Tuesday morning, both Zambian and Zimbabwean authorities announced arrests involving huge sums of counterfeit notes.

        Police are looking for an 80-year-old grandmother believed to be part of a gang of armed robbers who pounced on a Harare woman on Tuesday and got away with US$2 650 and a cellphone.


        Police in Matabeleland North Province recovered 589 kilogrammes of mbanje with a street value of about US$58 900 in Mbembesi on Saturday morning.