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Monthly Archives: June 2010

MDC -T supporter Shepherd Yuda says Viomak protest music is not banned in Zimbabwe

A disgruntled MDC- T supporter Shepherd Yuda, who found it a bitter pill to swallow after it was reported that protest singer cum activist Viomak was planning to launch a political party, Zimbabwe Development Leaders, got more than what he had bargained for after the outspoken activist told him that he was a sell out who had sold out ZANUPF’s vote rigging secrets, as she responded to an “unjust and irresponsible ” question he had asked her.

Girl vomiting kitchen utensils and braids

Traditional healers in Bulawayo yesterday said the 11-year-old “cursed” Tsholotsho girl who is allegedly vomiting pots, buckets, plates and braids can be healed if she undergoes a cleansing ceremony.

MDC-T probes Vic Falls mayor for incompetence

The MDC-T has established a four-member committee to investigate its Victoria Falls mayor, Councillor Nkosilathi Jiyane, whom the party accuses of incompetence.

Rich pickings for MDC-T ex-mayor

Gweru residents have criticised the financially-troubled municipality for offering former executive mayor Mr Sessel Zvidzai more than he is entitled to in his exit package.

Snake eats boy private parts after intimacy with married woman

In a strange incident that has left a family in Paddonhurst and Nkulumane suburbs in Bulawayo shell-shocked, a strange snake entered a 16-year-old boy (name supplied) three days after he had been intimate with a married woman.

PM Tsvangirai to discipline minister Giles Mutsekwa

Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai is mulling disciplining former co-minister of Home Affairs Giles Mutsekwa, recently redeployed to a less influential post in a shock Cabinet reshuffle, for scuttling a restructuring exercise the MDC-T is undergoing ahead of possible elections next year.

Fired ministers demand severance packages from government

Sources said the irate ex-ministers – Elias Mudzuri, Fidelis Mhashu, Evelyn Masaiti and Thamsanqa Mahlangu – demanded Mr. Tsvangirai engage his fellow unity government principals as to their compensation

Govt pays Brazil team US$3 million to practice in Harare

"We publish a damning report with shocking evidence that President Mugabe's government paid the Brazilian football team US$3 million to play their pre-World Cup practice in Harare emerged this week.

Beaten to death wanting to watch world cup soccer instead of gospel show

David Makoeya, a South African man in the Limpopo province of South Africa, on the border between South Africa and Zimbabwe, was beaten to death this last week by his wife and two children after insisting on watching Germany play Australia in the World Cup on television.

Sikhala survives assasination attempt – sprayed with bullets

The firebrand leader of the newly formed MDC-99 Job Sikhala last night survived an assassination attempt when his car was sprayed with bullets along Gutu-Harare road and then skidded out of control before landing in a ditch, party officials have reported.