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Corrupt Traffic Cop shopped by colleagues

A Police constable stationed at Avondale Police Station Traffic section was arrested for unlawfully receiving US$13 at a roadblock along Lomagundi Road in Harare. The rogue cop, Robert Sithole, was challenged and apprehended by his fellow workmates who spotted him stashing some money in the grass on the roadside, a behaviour inconsistent to assigned duties and conduct and raising suspicion among ...

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Scottish town mourns Scott as Zimbabwe-born mother remains in police custody

NEIGHBOURS and friends over the weekend paid tearful tribute to a five-year-old schoolboy found dead at his home. Scott Chirashi’s body was found by police on Friday at his home in Alva, Clackmannanshire, having suffered “a significant injury”. His mother Farai (32), who emigrated from Zimbabwe several years ago remains in police custody as the main and only suspect to her son’s murder ...

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Pedophile “Elder” preys in ZAOGA FIF Leicester

Many of us turn to the church to seek guidance, teaching and godly upbringing for our children trusting people we allow custody of our children are not only credible enough to protect our children but are also comprehensive of the biblical ethos and teachings. This code of trust has been broken at the Leicester assembly of the ZAOGA FIF church. ...

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Ugandan Baby Arnella clean bill of health, Minister pays a visit

It is good news for Baby Arnella! It has been reported that Arnella is perfectly doing ok and has been discharged from the hospital. Thank God for technology, the hidden camera installed by Arnella’s parents exposed the wicked nanny. Baby Arnella with her parents visits Inspector of Police, Kale Kayihura, earlier today. According to Daily Monitor , Youth and Children ...

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ZRP lurid defence on Magaya Kwekwe disaster

Zimbabwe’s embattled police force whose incompetance and bizarre presence in a number of public gatherings that mostly ended in commotion, violence and fatalities has made desperate attempts to clear their involvement with the latest leg where they sanctioned closure of all exists except one at the recent All Night prayer conference in Kwekwe where at least eleven people are confirmed ...

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28 massacred by Al Shabaab in Kenya

Islamist militants ambushed a bus in Kenya on Saturday and sprayed bullets on those who failed to recite Quran verses, killing at least 28 people, authorities said. The bus, which had 60 people aboard, was heading from Mandera, near the Somali border, to the capital of Nairobi. About 20 miles into its dawn journey, militants stopped it at a hilly ...

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Miss Honduras & sister grizzly murdered days before Miss World pageant

The reigning Miss Honduras, Maria José Alvarado, and her 23-year-old sister, Sofía Trinidad Alvarado, have been found dead, days after the two women disappeared in Santa Barbara, Honduras, according to the BBC. The women were murdered by Sofía Trinidad Alvarado’s boyfriend in a jealous fit of rage, authorities said. The siblings vanished on Thursday, shortly before the 19-year-old beauty queen was set to leave for ...

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Former model Janice Dickinson alleges historic sexual assault by Bill Cosby

Iconic supermodel Janice Dickinson joins a string of women peddling allegations of sexual assaults by the legendary comic king, Bill Cosby in an interview broadcast on Tuesday. Speaking with Entertainment Tonight, Dickinson said that the alleged incident occurred when the two met to discuss a potential role for her on “The Cosby Show” back in 1982. “He gave me wine ...

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Dudu Manhenga spared “jail-time” on appeal

Zimbabwean jazz singer Duduzile Tracy Manhenga has today been spared jail after a court of appeal threw out her sentence for the conviction on a charge of culpable homicide and driving without a licence. She however was ordered to pay a $1000 fine as punishment for the offence, with the court putting into consideration all factors including the length of the ...

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Attendance tally and publicity fiddle: Prophet Magaya probed

LOCAL editors have accused the founder and leader of Prophetic Hearing Deliverance (PHD) church Walter Magaya of bribing journalist to ensure positive coverage of his ‘Night of Turnaround’ prayer meeting held in the capital last Friday. Coverage of the event dominated the media last weekend with attendance figures variously cited in the hundreds of thousands the weekly Standard putting the ...

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