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Dumiso Dabengwa labels Vice President Mphoko a cheat and sellout

Dabengwa accused the new vice-president of embellishing his role during the armed struggle, so as to enhance his credentials, now that he was at the helm of the country. In the mid-1970s when the Zimbabwe People's Army (Zipa) was set-up in Mozambique to bring together Zipra and Zanla forces, the Zapu contingent was led by Alfred Mangena (Nikita), with Mphoko still in charge of logistics, the Zapu leader said in a statement.
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Mulawayo mayor wants Zimdollar back into the economy

Bulawayo Mayor Martin Moyo on Thursday expressed his dismay at the use of the US dollar describing it as a danger to the economy that was spawning liquidity challenges. Moyo told an end of year meeting by the Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC) about the ease of doing business and access to the European Union & market that failure by the country to control the available stock of foreign money was a key contributor to liquidity problems....
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Bulawayo man in agony as wife attempts to sever manhood during dispute

In what could be a mortal blow, a Bulawayo man’s sex life had been apparently put on hold after he reportedly received six stitches on his manhood following a dispute in which his wife allegedly attempted to sever it. Seth Kanyauro from Pumula South, who feared to have been rendered impotent after his wife Beauty Dube held him by the private parts and repeatedly pulled his “bedroom gun”, claimed that he was now receiving treatment for his wound at a city surgery....
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Woman accused of having a love relationship with son

Tension is simmering within a family in Mzilikazi, Bulawayo, following incest allegations that a man is double-crossing his wife with his mother.The stunning revelations emerged on Friday last week at the Bulawayo Civil Court where Letwin Gwatidzo had dragged her daughter-in-law Theresa Makoni seeking a protection order against her saying she was verbally and physically abusing her....
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Rumour mill claims Z.R.Police commissioner quits his job as ZANU PF in-house fighting gets uglier

Police Commissioner Augustine Chihuri last night tendered his resignation to President Mugabe as Zanu PF infighting filters into the country's security agencies, The Zimbabwe Mail can reveal. On Wednesday a senior government official whose name cannot be revealed told our reporter that the long serving police Commissioner tendered his resignation to the President amid pressure for him to arrest the embattled Vice-President Joyce Mujuru over alleged plot to assassinate Mugabe....
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Mutasa war veterans leader labels state media as a threat to national security

Mutasa war veterans leader Jabulani Sibanda has lashed out at the Ministry of Information, Media and Broadcasting Services and the state media labeling both a security threat. Sibanda’s attacks on the ministry and the public media follow the wide coverage given to Grace who went around the country on a ‘Meet the People Tour.’...
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Bulawayo vendors fighting for water used to wash corpses

In a bizarre case of trying to increase sales and the turnover rate for their businesses, two Lobengula street vendors fought over dirty water acquired from dead bodies (corpses) in a local funeral parlour, which they use to attract clients. The two who were identified as Viola Tshuma and Molene Hadebe, fought a fierce battle, after Hadebe, took a bigger portion of the dead corpse water before the arrival of her colleague. ...
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Murambinda man raping other men at night

Men at Murambinda Growth Point in Buhera District are having sleepless nights over a 26-year-old male who has wreaked havoc as he ambushes and rapes unsuspecting males at night. Clad in female apparel and at times donning white garments similar to apostolic church gear, Panganai Tangwena, a skinny former local club wheel spinner, has pounced on unsuspecting males and many men are no longer comfortable to stroll during the night...
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Zimbabwean caught in Yorkshire with a bag of fake passports

Police found a bag containing both false and genuine British and Zimbabwean passports in the boot of a car in Leeds after two traffic wardens became suspicious about the occupants, a court heard. The wardens alerted officers after becoming concerned when they saw four men in the car in the Union Street car park in Leeds and suspected they might be potential robbers interested in a nearby jewellers....
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Circus at Sobukhazi High School in Bulawayo as form 3 pupil gives birth

There was drama on Wednesday afternoon at Sobukhazi High School in Bulawayo when teachers and pupils abandoned classes to catch a glimpse of a Form Three girl who had allegedly given birth to a bouncing baby boy in a toilet....
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