Bigamist Commits Suicide Over Wife’s Adultery

A bigamist from Binga allegedly committed suicide by consuming a poisonous liquid over his second wife’s adultery. Aleck Muleya (31) of Siamulaba Village under Chief Siachilaba in the Simatelele area allegedly died in his mother’s maize field on Wednesday last week. Matabeleland North police spokesperson Inspector Glory Banda said he was aware of the incident but could not give details as he had not received the report. A police source closer to the investigations said Muleya was married to Ms Selina Mudenda and Ms Munkuli, the second wife. The source…

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Zuma Being Assessed To Determine Facility Suitable For Him

South Africa’s former president, Jacob Zuma is being assessed by the Correctional Service in a bid to determine the facility suitable for him. Correctional Services spokesperson Singabakho Nxumalo said as per regulations due to COVID-19, Zuma who handed himself to police on Wednesday night had to go to the isolation section all newly-admitted inmates are kept. Nxumalo said: _He will be there for about 14 days up until he is cleared. But that has also given us an opportunity for other processes to continue which involves the assessment for healthcare,…

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The West Ignore Human Rights Violations In Own Backyards – Mnangagwa

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has accused the West of being hypocritical on democracy claiming that they ignore human rights violations in their own backyards but scrutinise other states. Chimbindi replaces Fredrick Shava who was recently appointed Foreign Minister while Matemadanda replaces the late Douglas Nyikayaramba who died early this year. Mnangagwa said: _On the issues of human rights, I told my ambassadors that one weapon which the big boys use is the question of human rights. They ignore human rights violations in their own backyards, in their own countries, in their…

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Madam Boss: First Zimbabwean Comedienne To Have A Million Followers On Facebook

Madam Boss real name (Tarisai Cleopatra Chikocho-Munetsiwa) has become the first Zimbabwean comedienne to attain a million followers online. She recently posted on Facebook thanking her fans for helping her reach the milestone of the same platform. Madam Boss started off as a social media entertainer six years ago and now has grown to become a fully-fledged actress and an influencer of note. While consistently putting in the work, her brand that has mostly been associated with virtual audiences has been playing popular among many, something that has been clearly evidenced…

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FULL LIST: Zimbabwe Olympics Delegation

The Zimbabwe Olympics Committee has announced the Zimbabwe Delegation to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics which is comprised of 5 athletes and over 10 delegates. This follows the confirmation of the three universality slots from the relevant International Federations. Athletes are: Katai Donata Andra Sofia Swimming Makusha Ngoni Methukhela Athletics Purcell-Gilpin Peter Sean Richard Rowing Vincent Scott Nicholas Golf Wetzlar Peter Charles Swimming COACHES AND TECHNICAL PERSONNEL Chivonivoni Mufaro Joy – Golf Coach/Team Leader Lisimati Phakhamile Edward – Athletics Coach Stephenson James Alexander – Rowing Coach Tudor-Cole Lindsy – Swimming Coach Vincent Kelsey Anne…

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Man Arrested For Boxing Cop He Found Bedding His Wife

A Masvingo man was arrested for disorderly conduct after boxing a cop whom he had found bedding his wife in their matrimonial bed. Reports suggest that Mangarai Mashindi (55) of the Pangolin high-density suburb caught his wife Mavis Mashindi (35) in bed with Constable Sydney Chembonje (41) on the night of 1 July. According to the police memo, on 1 July, and at around 20:30 hours, Mashindi arrived home without notifying his wife that he was coming and discovered Chembonje and his wife having sex. Chembonje then bolted from the…

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15-Month Jail Term: Former SA President Zuma In Police Custody

The former President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma is in police custody after he handed himself to serve a 15-month imprisonment term for contempt of court. The South African Police Service (SAPS) issued a statement just after Wednesday midnight, confirming that they had Zuma in custody. Zuma handed himself over to police just before midnight on Wednesday, a few hours after ambulances were turned away from entering the Nkandla homestead by his son, Edward, and a small crowd that had gathered in support of the former president. The former president…

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We won’t report to govt: NGOs

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NON-GOVERNMENTAL organisations (NGOs) operating in Harare yesterday hit back at Harare Metropolitan provincial development coordinator (PDC) Tafadzwa Muguti saying he had no mandate to order them to report to him. Muguti triggered a storm last week when he ordered civic organisations to submit their operational strategies to him, a move observers said was a plot to try to muzzle anti-government voices. But more than 10 organisations that include the Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition, Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum, Women’s Coalition of Zimbabwe, and National Association for Youth Organisations, Media Alliance…

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Lawyer deregistered over unethical conduct

HARARE lawyer Lawman Chimuriwo has been deregistered after he was found guilty of misappropriating trust funds amounting to US$100 000. Chimuriwo was last week found guilty of unethical conduct by a tribunal chaired by High Court judge Justice FelistusChatukuta. He then went on to file his mitigation, which according to the court, lacked weight. “In the result, it is accordingly ordered that the respondent’s name be deleted from the Register of Legal Practitioners, Public Notaries and Conveyancers. The respondent be, and is hereby ordered to pay all the expenses incurred…

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