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Monthly Archives: January 2010

Pregnant woman killed in love triangle

A five months pregnant Inyathi woman was murdered by two of her alleged lovers who teamed up and fatally assaulted her accusing her of infidelity and failing to tell them who between them had impregnated her, it has been learnt.

Thieves use fake RTGS transactions

Police have advised the public to be wary of criminals who are using new tricks of defrauding people and companies through fake Real Time Gross Settlement RTGS transactions.

17 year old girl lives with rapist for over a year

In an incident that has left residents of Mpopoma shell shocked a 17-year-old girl has been living with her rapist for over a year before being thrown out after she fell ill.

Mr Capelluto secretly cremates employee

In a bizarre incident, a Milton Park employer allegedly ordered the cremation of the body of his late gardener of 25 years without the knowledge or consent of his relatives.

Mugabe security man critically injured in motorcade accident

One of President Robert Mugabe’s security men was critically injured when his motor bike collided with a truck near Sam Levy’s Village in Borrowdale on Thursday evening.

U.S. looks beyond crisis intervention in Zim's health sector

The United States is providing assistance to the Government of Zimbabwe in its efforts to rebuild infrastructure and restore basic services in the health sector, top U.S. Embassy officials said on Wednesday.

U.S. donates protective clothing for Zimbabwe influenza

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is providing 50,000 personal protective clothing kits for influenza preparedness for use by health care workers in Zimbabwe and throughout Southern Africa in the event of an outbreak of H1N1 virus.

Zimbabwe court gives white farmers 24hrs to vacate land

Harare - A Zimbabwean magistrate court on Tuesday gave four white farmers 24 hours to vacate their properties, the Commercial Framers Union (CFU) said on Tuesday.

Zimbabwe police lock up Botswana armed scouts

A diplomatic row could erupt between Zimbabwe and neighboring Botswana after three armed officers from the Botswana Department of Wildlife and National Parks (DWNP) were arrested for straying into Zimbabwe.

MDC-T shielding abuses by ZANU PF

An international human rights group has slammed Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s MDC-T party of shielding abuses by ZANU PF – in the name of trying to save Zimbabwe’s shaky coalition regime.