‘Too old to satisfy me’

‘Too old to satisfy me’ 1

On Mar 18, 2019 19,075 1 By Rumbidzai Rambanapasi A city man claims his wife has been assaulting him for not satisfying her in bed. File picture of Harare Civil Courts The matter came to light at Harare Civil Court where Tinotenda Mudevairi was applying for a protection order against Moline Moyo. “She is my wife but she assaults me saying that I am advanced in age and no longer satisfy her. Related Articles “I am suspecting that she has some affairs with other lovers as she sometimes doesn’t sleep…

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Satanism scare at school in Kadoma… teacher arrested

Satanism scare at school in Kadoma… teacher arrested 2

By Blessings Chidakwa A Kadoma teacher at Ingezi Primary School is being accused of initiating a grade two pupil into Satanism. Estere Gudoshava, 39, was arrested under case number CR98/03/19, charged with assault as defined in the Criminal Law Codification Act of Chapter 9:23. She is set to appear in court on March 20. Gudoshava who resides at house number 2251 Jacaranda Avenue, Westview in Kadoma was summoned to court on Wednesday and ordered to return on March 20 for commencement of trial. Related Articles It is the State’s case…

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Madzibaba Masango tragedy!

Madzibaba Masango tragedy! 3

By Arron Nyamayaro Johanne Masowe Kubata kweVapostori Faith church leader Madzibaba Strive Masango lost all three children and a relative in a road traffic accident on Saturday. The children – two girls and a boy – aged 10, five and two. Burial for the four is set for Mt Darwin today. Madzibaba Masango’s wife – Chipo Mapako – was behind the wheel when her Mercedes Benz veered off the road near Surrey business centre, along Harare-Marondera road, killing her three children and a relative on spot. She and two other…

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Cyclone Idai ravages Zim forces Mnangagwa back home

Cyclone Idai ravages Zim forces Mnangagwa back home 4

By Tendai Kamhungira & Shamiso Dzingire Zimbabwe is reeling from the devastation wreaked by Cyclone Idai, which forced President Emmerson Mnangagwa, pictured, to cut short his trip to the United Arab Emirates. Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa inspects Russian honour guards during a welcoming ceremony upon his arrival at Moscow’s Vnukovo airport on January 14, 2019. (Photo by Alexander NEMENOV / AFP) This comes as the government has deployed the Zimbabwe National Army and Air Force of Zimbabwe to help rescue stranded villagers and students in the hard-hit Chimanimani area in…

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High Court to pass verdict on Parirenyatwa’s trial stay bid

High Court to pass verdict on Parirenyatwa’s trial stay bid 5

By Tendai Kamhungira The High Court is on Wednesday expected to rule on ex-Health and Child Care minister David Parirenyatwa’s application seeking charges of criminal abuse of office against him dropped. Former Health and Child Care Minister David Parirenyatwa (centre) arrives at the Harare Magistrates’ Courts in the company of detectives in this FILE photo Parirenyatwa argued in court papers that the charges were fabricated and only meant to embarrass him. In the application, the former Cabinet minister cited the presiding magistrate Elisha Singano, the State and the Prosecutor General…

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‘Zim embassies must issue IDs, passports’

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By Caroline Chimba A parliamentary panel has proposed that Zimbabwe’s 39 embassies across the globe be empowered to issue national documentation such as IDs and passports to migrants to decongest the Registrar General’s office. Passports go through the numbering and perforation stage at the National Passport Production Centre in Harare The parliamentary portfolio committee on Defence and Home Affairs has proposed that Zimbabwean embassies be allowed to process births and deaths, marriages, citizenship, national identity documents, and issue travel documents including passports and temporary Travel Documents (TTDs). Currently, Zimbabweans living…

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Potraz moves to avert service blackouts in cyclone-hit areas

Potraz moves to avert service blackouts in cyclone-hit areas 7

On Mar 18, 2019 10,999 0 The Postal and Telecommunication Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (Potraz) yesterday said it was working closely with mobile network operators (MNOs) to avoid service blackout in areas devastated by Cyclone Idai. This comes as rescue workers began a massive relief operation in Manicaland yesterday following the cyclone that killed at least 31 people, sent thousands into emergency shelters and disrupted communications in the province. “Cyclone Idai is ravaging Zimbabwe leaving a trail of destruction on critical communication infrastructure and related support infrastructure including pylons, roads…

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Potraz moves to avert service blackouts in cyclone-hit areas

Potraz moves to avert service blackouts in cyclone-hit areas 8

On Mar 18, 2019 10,999 0 The Postal and Telecommunication Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (Potraz) yesterday said it was working closely with mobile network operators (MNOs) to avoid service blackout in areas devastated by Cyclone Idai. This comes as rescue workers began a massive relief operation in Manicaland yesterday following the cyclone that killed at least 31 people, sent thousands into emergency shelters and disrupted communications in the province. “Cyclone Idai is ravaging Zimbabwe leaving a trail of destruction on critical communication infrastructure and related support infrastructure including pylons, roads…

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Small house challenges $50k adultery damages

Small house challenges $50k adultery damages 9

By Tendai Kamhungira Lorraine Chitereka, who has been ordered to pay Harare businesswoman Rudo Boka US$50 000 for having an extra-marital affair with her husband, has approached the court seeking to overturn the judgment. Chitereka claimed she was duped and represented by a bogus lawyer, who failed to represent her in the application. “This is an application for rescission of a default judgment granted against me and in favour of the respondent (Boka). The respondent concedes in her application for default judgment that an appearance to defend was duly entered…upon…

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Police launch manhunt for man who killed friend over cigarettes

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On Mar 18, 2019 24,355 0 By Nqobile Tshili Police in Bulawayo are looking for a man who allegedly stabbed another from Pumula East suburb to death following a row over cigarettes at a party in December. Bulawayo deputy police spokesperson Inspector Abednico Ncube Ezra Ncube (34) from Pumula East suburb is wanted for the alleged murder of Siphiwe Zulu (44). Bulawayo deputy spokesperson Inspector Abednico Ncube on Friday said the alleged murderer has been on the run since he committed the crime three months ago. Related Articles “Police in…

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