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Mugabe a liability of both Zimbabwe and Africa: Simba Makoni

As the continent celebrates Africa Day this Monday, the spotlight, especially among Zimbabweans, falls straight on the country's long serving leader President Robert Mugabe. At a ripe age of 91, President Mugabe still clings on to power.
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Jabulani Sibanda once arrested for sodomy: Mphoko

Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko yesterday revealed that former war veterans’ leader Jabulani Sibanda was once arrested in Angola for allegedly sodomising a fellow combatant during the country’s liberation struggle....
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Boy (12) loses mobile phone to hooker as payment for sex

A Zvishavane couple was recently left stunned after their 12-year-old son hired a sex worker for a short time sex session but failed to pay the $5 fee he was charged, leading to the lady of the night confiscating his mobile phone.The boy, whose identity cannot be revealed, and is a Grade 7 pupil at a primary school in the Midlands town, reported the sex worker to police for theft after his efforts to recover the cellphone proved futile....
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Namibian govt irked by fake academic qualifications with Zimbabwean origin

Namibia and Zimbabwe have agreed to work together in evaluating academic qualifications following the arrest of 23 Namibians over fake documents October last year. Most of those arrested had applied to join the Namibia Defense Force. They have already appeared in court and are out on bail....
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Caster Semenya proud to be who she is

Caster Semenya: you may remember the name. Perhaps you also recall the chaos, confusion and controversy that descended on an athlete who just wanted to run. It is difficult to link the engaging 24-year-old who has granted the BBC a rare interview with the haunted athlete whose gender was questioned in front of the world. Six years have passed since she won the world 800m title with effortless, inevitable ease. Semenya's victory was as decisive as what followed was shocking. ...
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Bulawayo strippers promise fans a show to remember

Strippers from the country’s premier strip club in Harare — Private Lounge will descend on Bulawayo’s Metropolis Night Club for a once-off show that promises fireworks on Saturday night....
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Mugabe’s government fails to account for $3.5 billion ear-marked for salaries

HARARE – The supervisor of government accounts and financial controls, the Comptroller and Auditor-General (CAG), has made a shocking revelation that President Robert Mugabe’s administration cannot account for $3,5 billion which was earmarked for civil servants’ salaries....
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Hurungwe villagers sue Philip Chiyangwa for smacking them

Two Hurungwe villagers are suing Zanu PF central committee member Philip Chiyangwa for $250 000 each over an alleged assault they suffered at the hands of the flamboyant businessman....
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Zimbabwe ruled by mixture of old and uneducated lot

Minister for Provincial affairs for Masvingo, Shuvai Mahofa (74) who replaced Kudakwashe Bhasikiti (54) shocked hundreds of people at Nemanwa Growth Point recently when she confessed that Zanu (PF) is being run by very old people. ...
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Xenophobia escapee finds wife married to another man

Steven Mbirika (42) the xenophobia victim who hanged himself after returning from South Africa to find his wife dating another man was buried last Saturday at Mangwandi Cemetery in Masvingo amid drama as his relatives chased away the wife from the funeral....
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Plumtree woman scalds a ZRP officer over used condoms

A cop was baptised with boiling water by his fuming wife who confronted him over infidelity. However, he does not understand why and how she got the nerves to prove her case. "I open my wallet for her, but she won't open her legs for me," said Milton Ndlovu, a policeman based in Plumtree while seeking a protection order against his wife after she scalded him with boiling water when she found used condoms in one of his trousers' pocket...
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The ousted ZANU PF wigs form new political party called ZANU (People First)

Zanu PF has now officially split into two distinct and bitterly-opposed formations, with disaffected party stalwarts — including liberation struggle pioneers, war veterans and security sector bigwigs — coalescing under the principles of the “original Zanu PF” and now operating as Zanu People First, the Daily News can exclusively reveal....
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Politics gets uglier as new details about death of Solomon Mujuru surface

Ousted VP Joice Mujuru has said she will not allow her Easter Holiday to be disturbed by her expulsion from the party and allegations that her late husband was the master mind of the alleged plot to kill President Mugabe. Mujuru was expelled from Zanu PF Thursday following claims by the party that her late husband and former national army commander, Solomon Mujuru, was behind the alleged plot to oust Mugabe and replace him with the former VP....
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Mujuru gets the sack from Zanu PF

The Zanu PF Politburo has resolved to expel former Vice President Joice Mujuru from the party for indiscipline. The Politburo meeting, which ended this evening at the Zanu PF headquarters in Harare, resolved to expel Dr Mujuru and to uphold the votes of no confidence handed to some party members prior to last year's congress....
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Mutasa blasts Mnangagwa on looted diamonds

Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa colluded with the army and Chinese mining company Anjin Investments to steal diamonds from Marange, according to Didymus Mutasa. In an exclusive interview with The Zimbabwean, the Zanu (PF) former secretary for administration, who was recently fired from the party for “breaching protocol”, confirmed the widely shared views that Marange diamonds were looted by senior ruling party officials....
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Bulawayo police on the hunt for catapult thug

A Catapult football thug who tormented rival fans during Highlanders’ cup clash with Caps United on March 1 this year is wanted for murder, Bulawayo police said yesterday.The thug, whose identity is unknown to the police, indiscriminately aimed and fired nuts and bolts at United fans and players. The Chronicle published the hooligan’s picture days after the violence-hit match...
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Runyoka inflicted Mbare man dies

A Mbare man, who was locked by his first wife has died. Wisdom Mapfumo, 31, died at Harare Hospital on Friday. Mapfumo's first wife, Elizabeth Marwizi, last week confessed that she sought charms to ensure that he did not sleep with other women including his second wife. Elizabeth claimed that she sourced the charms from a Shamva prophetess. Elizabeth said she did not mean to kill Mapfumo....
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Journalists humilate Econet wireless during press conference

Angry journalists yesterday humiliated Econet Wireless and walked out on the mobile phone operator’s business unit, Steward Bank legal head Mr Tawanda Nyambirai at a Press conference called to clarify Thursday’s raid of a business news agency’s offices. The placard-waving scribes, some of whom had their mouths tied to symbolise violation of Press freedom, demanded an apology from Mr Nyambirai for invading the newsroom of The Source on Thursday, before proceedings could start....
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Grace Mugabe suspected be seriously ill with a mysterious disease

President Robert Mugabe’s wife Grace has been attacked by a rare type of stubborn cancer that has returned to torture her barely two (2) months after a major operation, ZimEye.com has been told. Impeccable Mugabe family sources have confirmed that Mrs Mugabe had a troublesome cancer pierce through her vital organs at the intestines. Colorectal cancer is an incurable malignant tumour which shoots out from its victim’s inner wall of the large intestine....
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Zimbabwean women to switch to cheaper re-usable sanitary pads

Seldom do we have old inventions appearing in another part of the world as new phenomena, but enter re-usable pads, a thing that has been around since the beginning of time becoming fashionable in Zimbabwe. Re-usable pads, also known as washable pads, are intended to curb the use of newspapers and other harmful materials that many women turn to due to lack of adequate funds to purchase sanitary wear....
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