Murder Was the Case

Ndasungirwa murder, attempted murder/ Ndarova ngoma kusvika mumwe munhu afenda…” In one line the charge, defense in the next line. Murder was the case but what does this mean? By Onai Mushava When Snoop says, “Murder was the case that they gave me” none of the key words has a stable meaning. To begin in the middle, what is this “case”? A court case or a “caught” case: caught up “in that case” where your options narrow to one option? Even God’s case, maybe, so that we can now go…

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Kuda Tagwirei Among 5 Individuals UK Put On Sanctions

Zimbabwean businessman, Kudakwashe Tagwirei, considered a close friend of President Emmerson Mnangagwa, is among five individuals listed under the UK’s Global Anti-Corruption sanctions regime. United Kingdom’s Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab today said this second set of Global Anti-Corruption sanctions targets corrupt individuals who have lined their own pockets through misappropriation, with their greed causing untold damage to the countries and communities they exploit. The UK will impose asset freezes and travel bans against these individuals to ensure they will no longer be able to channel their money through UK banks…

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Corruption Accused Top Police Officer Vows To Go After Whistleblower

Criminal Investigations Department (CID) Officer in Charge Mvurwi, Inspector Shakeman Dzongera, who is accused of engaging in and fuelling corruption has vowed to go after whistleblowers. Dzongera denies engaging in underhand dealings and is of the view that the objective of “whistleblowers” was to soil his image. Speaking to Bulawayo24, Dzongera said: I am surprised because this is my first time hearing such things and I am not even aware of such malicious allegation against my character and I’m quite concerned and I’m going to dig that whoever is trying…

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Marry Chiwenga Yearns To Be With Her Children

Marry Chiwenga nee Mubaiwa, the estranged wife of Vice President Constantino Chiwenga is yearning to see her children whom she says are not allowed to see her. Marry lost the custody of her three minor children after Chiwenga had convinced the courts that Marry was incapable of taking care of the children because she was “mentally ill and in need of urgent psychiatric treatment”. In a series of Twitter messages, Marry speaks of her desire to see her kids, again. She said: As I turn 40 tomorrow (Thursday 22, July),…

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Deported Zimbabweans Arrive, Whisked Away In ZUPCO Buses

Zimbabweans deported from the United Kingdom (UK) arrived this Thursday at the Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport only to be whisked away in ZUPCO buses.NewZimbabwe reports that government officials at the Airport took the deportees to an undisclosed location.The officials also denied journalists permission to interview, photograph or film their arrival.Zupco buses escorted by police officers lay in wait for the deportees, driving off once they had taken their seats.State broadcaster ZBC was the only one given access to film them. -New Zimbabwe

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Three Disappear Into Pool While Performing Rituals

Three villagers from Mapanzure communal lands in Masvingo disappeared last Friday after plunging into a pool under mysterious circumstances. The three, whose identities have not been disclosed, were apparently performing rituals on the banks of the Musogwezi River before jumping into a pool along with two other villagers. They have not been seen since last week and relatives are said to be now conducting rituals for their safe return. According to police, Victor Tazvigwira (41) and Blessed Dhombo (age not given) both of Tazvigwira village in the area, who also…

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Five Die From COVID-19 After Attending Funeral

Five villagers from Lower Gweru under Chief Sogwala have died of Covid-19 in a space of a week after attending a funeral service for a relative who had succumbed to coronavirus. According to the local leadership, several other villagers, most of them relatives who were at the burial ceremony last week, contracted the virus. The local village head Mrs Siziwe Siyaphi told The Herald that the afflicted Ngwenya family had a deceased relative whose body came from South Africa in a coffin sealed with plastic after he died from Covid-19.…

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Nijo , Sandra Ndebele and Madam Boss set big screen

The agency is pleased to announce a stellar cast for The Bad Bishop film which is scheduled to be shot in Limpopo South Africa from September 1 to October 1. In coming up with the cast the agency emphasised on ensuring that there is a fusion of actors from across Southern Africa. The actors have largely been drawn from South Africa and Zimbabwe. Not only has the agency gone for experience but we have also given a chance to upcoming actors. The main characters are South African acting giants Israel…

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West Property Speaks On KVG, Jah Prayzah Fancy Homes

West Property Company has dismissed reports that suggest that musician Jah Prayzah and Star FM Disc Jockey Kudzai Violet Gwara better known as KVG had received stands or properties from the company on an outdated leasehold title. In our previous article, we reported that one Dr Controlla Gabi had suggested that the company was selling its plushy Pokugara Estate houses using an outdated concept which is being phased out in the United Kingdom. Gabi said Pokugara Properties was using a “Leasehold” arrangement means that when one buys a property, ownership…

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Seh Calaz Pleads With Police To Stop Throwing Tear Gas In Houses

Dancehall chanter, Seh Calaz, real name Tawanda Mumanyi has pleaded with the police to stop throwing tear gas in houses saying they are hurting vulnerable members of society including kids, the visually impaired and the elderly. His remarks come amid complaints by residents around the Mereki area in Warren Park D that police throw teargas at the shops to displace revellers and sometimes throw in nearby houses causing harm to innocent residents. In a plea made on social media, Boss Yala said the police should be humane in executing their duties and…

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