Bulawayo woman brutally killed in UK

Bulawayo woman brutally killed in UK 1

A UNITED Kingdom-based Zimbabwean woman was found lying in a pool of blood with multiple stab wounds, inflicted allegedly by her husband. The late Linda Nomagugu Vilika Essex police reported that a murder probe has since been launched after the woman, identified as Linda Nomagugu Vilika (41) from Bulawayo’s Mpopoma suburb, was brutally butchered on Wednesday. The incident allegedly happened in broad day light. Vilika is alleged to have been declared dead at the scene at Great Saling, Essex, around 2.45PM on Wednesday. Related Articles Aug 15, 2019 16,065 The…

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‘Zim cop in the US urinated on 12-year-old girl waiting for school bus while recording on cellphone’

‘Zim cop in the US urinated on 12-year-old girl waiting for school bus while recording on cellphone’ 2

By Adam Ferrise | cleveland.com | CLEVELAND, Ohio — A Cleveland police officer tried to kidnap a 12-year-old girl waiting for her school bus and urinated on her while he filmed the interaction, prosecutors said. Cleveland police officer Solomon Nhiwatiwa is accused of urinating on a 12-year-old girl in Euclid after trying to kidnap her. Officer Solomon Nhiwatiwa, 34, is charged with attempted kidnapping, pandering obscenity, disseminating material harmful to juveniles, assault, endangering children, child enticement, interfering with custody and public indecency. He is set to be arraigned on Monday.…

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Busha sues online reporter

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FreeZim Congress leader, Joseph Busha, has sued online news reporter, Alois Vinga for $1 million at the High Court for defamation. Joseph Makamba Busha The suit arose from an article by Vinga carried on NewZimbabwe.com headlined “Mnangagwa challenger in wife abuse storm”. In his Plaintiff Declaration, Busha said, Vinga wrote and published through the online newspaper an article wherein he claimed a Johannesburg court had issued a protection order against the businessman. “The article received widespread publication to newsreaders online where the article remains flighted and continues to be republished…

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Deported rapper speaks out

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By Nyasha Kada Deported rapper, Kid Lyrik – real name Kudzai Mawunganidze – has revealed how drug dealing got him deported from the United States. Kid Lyrik (27) who was in the US since the age of eight staying in Texas was deported last year in October after being arrested by undercover police during a cocaine drug deal. He was also caught in possession of four kilogrammes of marijuana. Like most rappers in the US, who start off as drug dealers and then pursue their music professionally to becoming stars,…

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Zimbabwean held in UK over wife murder

Zimbabwean held in UK over wife murder 5

By The Sun BRITISH police are reportedly holding a 42 year-old Zimbabwean immigrant for the gruesome murder of his wife in Essex. A murder investigation has now been launched after a woman was found stabbed to death in a broad daylight horror attack. The 41-year-old was declared dead at the scene in the sleepy village of Great Saling, Essex, at around 2.45pm Monday. The man believed to the dead woman’s husband was arrested on suspicion of murder but is currently in hospital after falling ill. His name is still being…

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‘This is not Zim,’ mom in labour told by nurse before newborn fell to death

‘This is not Zim,’ mom in labour told by nurse before newborn fell to death 7

On Aug 20, 2019 47,731 BY ISAAC MAHLANGU |Timeslive| A newborn fell to his death at Mamelodi Hospital, east of Pretoria, after nurses allegedly refused to help his mother, who gave birth standing up. An investigation is under way into the death of a baby who allegedly fell on his head when staff at Mamelodi Hospital refused to allow his mother to lie down while she was giving birth.Image: Shutterstock via The Conversation Theresa Ngwendu, 30, the Zimbabwean mother, told Sowetan yesterday she was rushed to the hospital a week…

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Arsenal and WorldRemit launch second edition of Future Stars

Arsenal and WorldRemit launch second edition of Future Stars 8

Arsenal and online money transfer service, WorldRemit, are offering one male and one female football coach from Africa or the Americas the chance to attend an exclusive training programme with Arsenal Football Development coaches in London. Now in its second edition, the “Future Stars” programme was developed by WorldRemit and Arsenal to celebrate the positive impact that grassroots youth football coaches have on their communities, helping the children they train to develop life skills both on and off the pitch. Future Stars is free to apply for and open to…

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Old Mutual refuses to take Moyo back

Old Mutual refuses to take Moyo back 9

Last updated Aug 18, 2019 32,619 Lawyers for Old Mutual submitted to the Johannesburg High Court on Friday that there was a clear breakdown of trust in the relationship between Peter Moyo and the board. Old Mutual CEO Peter Moyo Old Mutual has taken its Zimbabwean born CEO to court for clarity on whether a ruling by the same court in July directed the company to allow him to return to work. Moyo arrived at the insurance giant’s Sandton offices after the court ruled that his dismissal was unlawful. Representing…

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SA-based businessman Buyanga refutes accusations of land graft

SA-based businessman Buyanga refutes accusations of land graft 10

Zimbabwe’s anti-corruption drive has sucked in a businessman from that country who is based in South Africa, but the well-established entrepreneur denies any wrongdoing. Businessman Frank Buyanga Reports from that country say a Harare widow is suing South Africa based businessman Frank Buyanga, whom she accuses of selling her a stand he allegedly fraudulently acquired. Yvonne Mzilikazi has issued summons against the businessman demanding a refund of the money she paid towards the stand when her husband was still alive, reports NewZimbabwe.Com The claims of alleged corruption involving the acquisition…

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DeMbare sponsor shot in South Africa

DeMbare sponsor shot in South Africa 11

By Robson Sharuko MULTI-MILLIONAIRE businessman Simon Rudland, whose $5 million injection into Dynamos at the beginning of the year provided a kiss of life for the Glamour Boys, was shot and seriously wounded in an assassination attempt in Johannesburg on Wednesday morning. A MARKED MAN . . . Dynamos sponsor Simon Rudland (left) is in the intensive unit of a South African hospital after he was shot by some assailants in Johannesburg on Wednesday Two assassins are reported to have pumped nine bullets into the car in which Rudland and…

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