‘Stay Out Of Politics’: Mliswa To Musician Sulu

By Paidashe Mandivengerei OUTSPOKEN legislator, Temba Mliswa has advised Dendera maestro, Sulumani Chimbetu not to involve himself in politics, but to stick to his music. The counsel comes after Chimbetu, popularly known as ‘Sulu’ ruffled feathers with some ruling Zanu PF members after he appeared in Zimdancehall musician, Hwindi President’s 2020 song, ‘Chirwere’. In the

There Are No SA’s ‘Thembisa 10’ Babies

TimesLIVE THE mother of SA’s alleged “Thembisa 10″ decuplets, Gosiame Sithole, has accused the family of the children’s dad of wanting to benefit financially from public donations after the birth. Though she doesn’t directly confirm that she gave birth to 10 children in videos shared by Pretoria News editor Piet Rampedi on Tuesday, Sithole regularly

UK-Based Zim Man Found Guilty Of 11 Sexual Offences Against Minors

Agencies A 44-YEAR-OLD man has been found guilty of 11 sexual offences against children after a 10-day trial at Northampton Crown Court. Simba Masvaure, from Kingsfold, Bradville, Milton Keynes, was found guilty of sexual assault by penetration, attempted rape, and sexual activity with a child. The offences took place over a twelve-year period, in Northampton.

Beverly Sibanda

Bev Breaks Down During Chat With Mai Titi Over Hubby’s Infidelity

By Stephen Tsamba ADULT entertainment dancer Beverly ‘Bev’ Sibanda broke down this week over her husband Mufudzi Chambuka’s infidelity. Bev was being interviewed on Facebook by socialite Mai Titi. Last week, Bev posted pictures of her husband who is based in the UK with another woman and screenshots of WhatsApp chats he had with the

Nick Mangwana

UPDATED: Govt Denies Grabbing Malunga Farm

By Costa Nkomo THE government has dismissed claims it forcefully evicted Siphosami Malunga from a Nyamandlovu farm, but said the state acquired the 500ha estate from a white farmer during the controversial land reform programme in 2004. On Monday, Siphosami Malunga, the director of OSISA; Zephaniah Dhlamini, a director at National University of Science and

SA Healthcare Workers Rally Behind Zim Boy Mauled By Hyena

TimesLive One eye lost, destruction of his nose and the loss of an entire lip. These are some of the harrowing injuries suffered by a nine-year-old boy in Zimbabwe after he was mauled by a hyena last month. Rodwell Nkomazana was attacked and mauled by the hyena while sleeping at an all-night church gathering outside

Speaker Jacob Mudenda

Mudenda Scolds Ministers For Dodging Parliament

By Anna Chibamu SPEAKER Jacob Mudenda says the continued failure by ministers and their deputies to come to parliament has greatly affected proceedings in the august house as MPs have been denied the opportunity to raise issues of national interest with the government officials. Mudenda said in parliament this week that ministers have developed a

Chief Justice Luke Malaba

Court Rejects Lawyers’ Push For Malaba Imprisonment

Mary Taruvinga THE High Court has overturned an urgent chamber application by top human rights lawyer, Musa Kika who was calling for imprisonment of the embattled Chief Justice Luke Malaba for allegedly breaching a court order which outlawed his continued stay in office. Malaba did not stop reporting for duty despite the Justice Happias Zhou

Prophet Madungwe

Prophet Madungwe On TB Joshua’s Heaven Credentials

By Thandiwe Garusa SELF-STYLED prophet Daniel Madungwe, better known as Prophet Madungwe, is back to his verbal theatrics, this time making claims late popular Nigerian preacher TB Joshua was a clean candidate for the kingdom of heaven. TB Joshua died of unknown causes in his home country in the early hours of Sunday and is

Cop Sued For Sending Nude Pics To Married Lover

By Tonderai Saharo A POLICE officer stationed at Mwenezi police station has been slapped with a US$30 000 lawsuit for dating and sending his nude pictures to a local businessman’s wife. An aggrieved Zivengwa Marichini filed the lawsuit against Thomas Mudekunye at Chivi Civil court. Magistrate Rutendo Jakati adjourned the matter to 23 June, the

Tungamirai Madzokere

Wife Deserted MDC’s Madzokere 8 Months Ago

By Leopold Munhende FREED MDC activist Tungamirai Madzokere carried a broken figure as he narrated how he only got to know his wife had abandoned their matrimonial home eight months ago. Dejected and seemingly out of sorts, Madzokere who alongside colleague Last Maengahama spent eight years in prison, showed journalists pictures of happier moments with

Prince Harry and wife Meghan

Prince Harry, Wife Meghan Welcome New Baby Named Diana

MailOnline The Duchess of Sussex has given birth to a daughter on Friday who she and Prince Harry have named Lilibet ‘Lili’ Diana Mountbatten-Windsor after the monarch and the duke’s mother, who died in 1997. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s second child, sister to two-year-old Archie, was born at 11:40am at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital

Sour Situations Forcing Young Women Into Relationships With Sugar Daddies: Study

TimesLIVE POVERTY, unemployment, peer pressure and gender inequality are some of the major aspects that drive many young women to go into “blesser and blessee” relationships, while social media is an enabler of such transactional partnerships, a local (South African) study has revealed. Blesser/blessee relationships are a social phenomenon which sees wealthy men and poorer

Lawyer Kwaramba (centre) with Madzokere (left) and Maengahama after the duo's release Friday

WATCH: Maengahama, Madzokere’s Freedom ‘A Bag Of Mixed Feelings’ – Lawyer

By Robert Tapfumaneyi CHARLES Kwaramba, a lawyer representing two MDC activists who were released from prison Friday after spending eight years in jail for a murder they did not commit, has described their freedom as a “mixed bag of feelings”. Last Maengahama and Tungamirai Madzokere, walked as free citizens for the first time in eight

Mary Mliswa-Chikoka

‘We Are Coming After You’ – Govt Warns ‘Cell Phone’ Farmers

By Anna Chibamu recently in Mhangura RESETTLED farmers not fully utilising their land have been told to surrender their properties or risk losing the farms to other deserving and productive citizens. The latest threats were issued by Mashonaland West provincial minister Mary Mliswa-Chikoka Thursday while touring Mucherengi and Summerhill farms in Mhangura. The minister said

Trade Unionist ‘Abducted, Released’ For Comments Over ED’s ‘Long Motorcade’

By Alois Vinga A ZIMBABWE Banks and Allied Workers Union (ZIBAWU) Bulawayo employee, Ian Makoshori, was Thursday allegedly abducted, and immediately released by suspected state security agents after he raised alarm. According to a statement by ZIBAWU, Makoshori, who was in the company of colleagues in Bulawayo’s central business district, made comments exclaiming how long