n a heart-wrenching development, a 17-year-old mother allegedly threw her 2-year-old daughter into the Tugwi River after having a misunderstanding with her younger brother. The Nyevedzani Community of Chivi has been left in shock after it emerged that the young 17-year-old mother (name not supplied) threatened to take her own life before she threw her daughter into the river. According to the states medi
A SHEBEEN queen from Bulawayo did the unthinkable when she reportedly scalded her client with hot water in a dispute over US$2 change. Brilliant Hlomai (34) of Ntabazinduna flats in Mzilikazi suburb has since been arrested and appeared before Tredgold magistrate Ms Learnear Khumalo facing charges of assaulting Mr Kgomotso Nkosi (27), from the same area. Hlomai was not as
I watched the signing ceremony wherein Van Choga officially terminated his contract with Yala Nation . Allegedly, unscrupulously Yala Nation was selfishly and unduly benefiting from Van Choga’s music . I am not privy to the finer details; but the signing ceremony was done to strategically dehumanize Van Choga.
MDC-Alliance legislator Joana Mamombe and two activists Cecilia Chimbiri and Netsai Marova were yesterday freed after the High Court granted them $10 000 bail each pending trial on charges of lying to the police and faking abduction. The three were last week denied bail pending trial by Harare magistrate Ms Bianca Makwande on the grounds that they had the propensity to commit similar offences. They appealed to t
Mai TT send a message to Zizoe s brother and sisters in which she accused them of kuroya , Mai TT wrote the following message to the Zisengwe clan. Chokwadi kusatenda huroyi. Simba and your sisters thank you for trafficking me here for your own benefits of upgrading your own and destroying me. Maifunga mandiuraya but makandiyambutsa I cant Express my gratitude towards your cruelty. I forgive you
Amnesty International says charges laid against three Movement for Democratic Change Alliance activists, who were allegedly abducted recently by suspected state security agents, beaten up and sexually abused, as “a travesty and ploy to intimidate the opposition”. Responding to the Zimbabwe Republic Police’s decision Tuesday to charge Harare West lawmaker Joanna Mamombe, Cecilia Chimbiri and Netsai M
PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday said he was under pressure to lift the national lockdown and re-open the country’s ailing economy, but indicated that his priority is to save lives first before the economy. This comes as the number of coronavirus (Covid-19) cases in Zimbabwe has risen to 37, with doctors warning that authorities should forestall a health catastrophe by embarking on mass testing of people