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Barber dragged to court over maintenance

A Harare woman has dragged her ex-boyfriend a barber to Harare Civil Court for maintenance of their 4 month child. Catherine Musiiwa claimed $150 from Norest Musiiwa for their child’s upkeep who was 4 months old. She used to be a vendor but Mukunda’s wife destroyed her business by taking her stock. “I am claiming $150 for maintenance for our ...

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Tsvangirai family bans party regalia at memorial service

Former Prime Minister of MDC-A Morgan Tsvangirai’s family said they will not allow part regalia at his memorial service set for this Saturday. Tsvangirai’s young brother Manase told news reporters at family’s house in Strathaven that the memorial service is not a political event but it is for a politician who dedicated hi life to bring democratic change in Zimbabwe. ...

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Chamisa appreciative for the support

Movement for Democratic Change Alliance Leader Nelson Chamisa is grateful for the support from his fanatics in preparation for the party’s Congress from 24- 26 May. On his twitter handle Chamisa said he was appreciative for his fans support through their votes for choosing him as the President of MDC-A. “Change arrives and begins now. Thank you Machinja for an ...

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Cyclone Kenneth: Aid struggling to reach affected areas

Aid Workers in Mozambique yesterday said they are unable to reach many people affected by Cyclone Kenneth which struck on Thursday due to heavy rains. United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) said it failed to fly to Pemba yesterday because of the harsh weather and they are hoping to go there today. “The weather is making everything more challenging because ...

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Harare City Council pumps raw sewage into taps

Harare City Council is pumping raw sewage into tap water to city residents leading to disease outbreaks being the order of the day. Residents from Harare said the tap water smells like sewer because the tanks that belong to a sewer treatment plant are the main cause of the problem. The water comes from the sewer treatment plant because the ...

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Patson Dzamara grateful for the assistance

Political activist and motivational speaker Patson Dzamara is appreciative for the support and help given to him and his family by Nelson Chamisa, Temba Mliswa and Shingi Munyeza during the kidnapping of Itai Dzamara. On his twitter handle Dzamara said he was grateful for the assistance he was given by Temba Mliswa, Shingi Munyeza and Nelson Chamisa of being of ...

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Man prepared to work as a maid

A Harare man said he is willing to work as a maid for his ex-wife as a way of raising money because he is failing to pay maintenance for their 8 months’ child. Kumbirai Mbedzi said this at the Harare Civil Court today where he was applying for downward variation from $130 to $40. ‘I’m failing to raise $130 dollars ...

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Pastor segregates white congregant

A Glad Tidings Pastor has appealed to Harare Civil Court asking for a Protection Order to restrict a white congregant who provokes him and shouts in the church. Waynard Ruzvodzo dragged Macbeth Clerk to court after Clerk could not respect the church by keeping quiet and by disturbing the services by calling him a liar in front of the congregants.Clerk ...

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Bulawayo welcomes new female artist

The City of Kings and Queens now has a new musical queen Nyasha Muusha, after Sandra Ndebele whose work has been receiving a good reception since its release last week. Nyasha Muusha is a pop diva also known as Ayshan who released her first single track this year titled ‘Nhliziyo Yami’ (My Heart) an Afro-house love song produced by Cydebass ...

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Wife bashed over beans

A Harare woman dragged her husband to court over being assaulted for not boiling beans which had come from her husband’s village. Marjory Chiremba came to the Harare Civil Court claiming her husband is abusive he beats her up over silly things such as not cooking beans  and once assaulted her when I was pregnant with our last child. “He ...

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