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Mutare man murders girlfriend

A Mutare woman identified as Muchaneta Tserai is said to have been murdered by her anonymous boyfriend on the 13th of February and her body was discovered four days after the occurrence. Tserai’s body was found in a maize field which is near her home and it is believed that she was raped before being murdered. It is reported that ...

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Tendai Biti found guilty

Tendai biti the Vice Chairperson for the Movement for Democratic Change(MDC Alliance) has been found guilty for announcing the presidential election results for 2018 before the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission had done the honours. Harare magistrate Gloria Takundwa has found Biti guilty of announcing results yet he is not a ZEC official. Magistrate Takundwa said the address at the conference constitutes ...

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Prophet Walter Magaya Faces arrest over tax evasion

The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority has finally ordered for the arrest of Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries leader Walter Magaya for tax evasion going up to $22 million. The move by the police to summon Magaya follows a lifestyle audit done on him and his church dealings by ZIMRA, after suspicion that he had been under-declaring his earnings. Police spokesperson ...

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Winfit Harare office raided, security guard tied and beaten

The Harare office of trans-continental company serving Zimbabweans in diaspora was robbed earlier this morning with the robbers making a run with dozens of laptop computers, cash and a 600kg Chubb safe leaving the on duty security guard tied, gagged and beaten. Thought to have scoured the perimeter wall before neutralising the security detail, the robbers entered the premises via ...

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Teacher romances grade 6 girl

  A Marondera Primary School teacher (48) who allegedly trapped a grade 6 pupil in a storeroom before fondling her breasts appeared in court facing offensive assault charges. The teacher denied the charges and magistrate Arnold Maburo postponed the matter to the 11th of February for continuation. According to the court papers, sometimes in September last year at around 4pm ...

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Uebert Angel jets in S.A to stand for Bushiri

Bushiri’s spiritual father Prophet Uebert Angel said he will be jetting in the Republic of South Africa to support his spiritual son Prophet Shepherd Bushiri. In a message which was announcing his journey to South Africa he informed people that he will be joining them for Diplomatic Service at Pretoria Show Grounds today. Angel also encouraged people to join him ...

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Prophet Bushiri arrested, to appear in court

A well-known South African Prophet Sherpherd Bushiri of Enlightened Christian Gathering Church (ECG) is set to appear in court on Monday. Bushiri and his wife Prophetess Marry were arrested by the Hawks yesterday for fraud and money laundering. Bushiri faces fraud charges for several times,   wherein 2018 he was arrested for allegedly shipping millions of rands from South Africa to ...

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Husband accuses wife for cheating with pastor

A  Bulawayo man Shadreck Mushata (39) bashed his wife after she denied the allegations that she is having an affair with church pastor. In a report (B-Metro) Mushata accused his wife Abigail Magunga (33) of cheating him with Pastor Luckson Mangwiro and he then asked his son to confirm his suspicions. To make matters worse, Mushata went on to beat ...

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Mutare man beaten by soldiers dies

A Mutare man identified as Noah Sahombe who was assaulted by soldiers on the 20th of January has passed away. Sahombe (29) was from Zimunya suburbs and was beaten by soldiers as they suspected him to be amongst the people who caused commotion during the ShutdownZim campaign. He was taken to Mutare General Hospital where he was diagnosed with renal ...

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Chinhoyi protestors discharged from court

Six Chinhoyi residents were discharged from court after they were arrested by Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) for committing public violence due to high fuel prices. The six  allegedly participated in anti-government protests on Tuesday 15 January 2015 and these include  Obey Zirota(37),Simbarashe Mubaira Kuenda(25),Mini Bizabani(41),Owen Musariranwa(48),Basil Nhira(19) and Adonai Tiriwawi(22). They were alleged to have unlawfully and forcibly disturbed the ...

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