Top Zanu PF member and wife beaten to death by a mentally challenged grandson

Top Zanu PF member and wife beaten to death by a mentally challenged grandson. A Zanu PF councillor from the Zibagwe Rural District Council died together with his wife after they were assaulted with a log by their mentally challenged grandson on Sunday evening. Ward 8 Councillor, Ambrose Ncube (74), died on the spot after the attack by Victor Sibanda (24). His wife, Thandi Khumalo (68) also died after she was assaulted as she tried to intervene. National Police Spokesperson, Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi confirmed the incident that happened on Sunday evening. “We…

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Top magistrate involved in a tragic road accident

Top magistrate involved in a tragic road accident. Kuhudzai was driving a Judiciary Service Commission (JSC) Ford Ranger with one passenger on board when he collided with a Honda Fit driven by Timothy Simango who was carrying four passengers. Murambinda Magistrate Tapiwa Kuhudzai is admitted at Herbert Chitepo Provincial Hospital in Mutare after he was involved in a road accident that killed one person at the Christmas Pass on Saturday. Simango died on the spot. Manicaland Police Spokesperson Inspector Luxson Chananda confirmed the accident to Chipinge Times. The accident happened when Simango who…

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Boris Johnson steps up war of words with Dominic Cummings as Therese Coffey raises infamous Barnard Castle lockdown trip

A cabinet minister retaliated in the war against Dominic Cummings today by repeatedly reminding the public of his notorious trip to Durham and Barnard Castle in the first lockdown. Work and Pensions Secretary Therese Coffey highlighted the journey which the then Downing Street senior adviser defended in an extraordinary press conference in the No10 rose garden. In what looked like a co-ordinated No10 move this morning to discredit Mr Cummings, Ms Coffey made reference to the County Durham trip while speaking to at least three news outlets. Asked about Mr…

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Arsenal team news: David Luiz back in training ahead of Villarreal clash in Europa League semi-finals

Arsenal have been handed a boost with David Luiz back in training ahead of Thursday’s Europa League semi-final against Villarreal. The Brazilian has not played since March 21 after suffering a knee injury that required minor surgery to repair. Luiz has been working hard to get fit since then and he is now back in training ahead of Thursday’s Europa League semi-final first leg against Villarreal. The centre-back will be looking to prove his fitness ahead of the game in Spain, which sees Arsenal come up against their former boss Unai Emery. Luiz has been a regular…

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Gemma Griffiths signs A Deal With Africa Creative Agency

It has been a long learning curve for Gemma Griffiths as an independent artist. She has tried by all means to finance and manage her career on her own until she hit stardom in 2019 with MuGarden by Zimdancehall pioneer, Wallace Chirumiko (Winky D). “I have been working for a number of years as an independent artist. The journey has been a huge learning curve and I am grateful to have had the support network around me, including my creative Director Marc Neilson and Charlie Kay, my producer and close…

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Do ANC rogues still have more aces up their sleeves?

This week marks the end of the 30-day period given to ANC rogues who are facing criminal charges to step aside. There are many such dodgy characters in the whole ANC, the most elevated of them is the secretary general, Ace Magashule. We all wait to see if he will indeed step aside. Magashule used the 30-day period to consult people he trusts. Logic dictates that he who needs sound advice would go to a source with wisdom and credibility. In the ANC, Thabo Mbeki and Kgalema Motlanthe rank the highest…

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Injury bowls out Craig Ervine

The Zimbabwe national cricket team suffered a double blow after batsmen Craig Ervine and Wesley Madhevere were ruled out of the first Test against Pakistan starting on Thursday at the Harare Sports Club. The two were excluded in a squad announced yesterday. Ervine is struggling with a calf problem while Madhevere, who scored a half century in the final T20 against the Asian opponents on Sunday, has a hamstring injury. Luke Jongwe was included in the Test side, while Prince Masvaure and Kevin Kasuza retained their places in the red…

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Blind Man (41) Rapes Niece (15) After Sharing Blankets With Her

A visually handicapped man from Mutanha Village under Chief Murinye allegedly raped his sister’s daughter (15) whom he shared a sleeping place and blankets with. The State alleges that sometime in August 2019 Alexander Mubaiwa, 41, Mubaiwa shared blankets with his sister’s children. He then told the complainant to sleep next to him because the other children were bedwetting. He then allegedly raped the girl and threatened her if she divulged the incident to anyone. On the second count in September the accused allegedly invited the complainant into his room…

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Woman Who Spent 17 Years In Mortuary Due To Heated Disputes Finally Buried

NAIROBI- The body of a woman who died in 2004, has finally been buried, after spending 17 years in the mortuary due to protracted disputes between family members. iHarare has learned from Kenyan publications that Esther Nzakwa Kitivo died on August 31, 2004, at the age of 93.  The matriarch was one of three wives in a polygamous marriage. She was the first wife of Gideon Kitivo Ndambuki, who died in 2000 at the age of 100. Nzwaka was supposed to be buried at her matrimonial home in Mbuani village,…

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10 Signs Your Marriage Is Over And It’s Time To Move On

Two years ago, I left my husband. I woke up one day and decided that I’d had enough of the aggression, the constant arguing, and the merry-go-around of hearing that things would change but never seeing them actually change. I was a couple therapist, so I had a lot of ambivalence about doing what was right for me and my children, partly because I feared the judgment of society that screams that divorce is nothing but failure, and partly because I felt a sense of guilt. Was I doing the…

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