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Monthly Archives: July 2010

Epworth woman spotted naked is not a witch

The story in which an Epworth woman was spotted naked in broad daylight a fortnight ago has taken a new twist. Ms Evernice Zvevanjanja, thought to have been used by her grandmother for witchcraft activities, is now accusing the traditional healer, identified only as MaGirls, of drugging her.

U.S.and Canada donate to centre for the handicapped

The United States and Canadian embassies on Thursday officially handed over a grinding mill and various water and sanitation facilities to Tose Respite Care Home, a center for mentally and physically handicapped people based in Harare.

Man kills self after impregnating niece

In a bizarre case of an incestuous relationship gone bad, a 25-year-old Sizinda man allegedly impregnated his brother’s 17-year-old daughter before committing suicide by drinking an alcoholic beverage laced with poison.

Zim prostitutes now soliciting for clients in broad daylight

The world’s oldest profession appears to have moved away from the dark corners of Harare’s night spots to suburban street corners with commercial sex workers now soliciting for clients in broad daylight.

MDC Welshman Ncube to replace DPM Arthur Mutambara

Daggers have been drawn for Deputy Prime Minister, Professor Arthur Mutambara, in the MDC formation that he leads, after eight provincial structures reportedly resolved to replace him with Professor Welshman Ncube as the leader of the party in its next congress pencilled for February next year.

Bees sting grave diggers

Grave diggers at Bulawayo’s Athlone Cemetery were on Tuesday sent scurrying for cover when they were attacked by a swarm of bees while doing their work.

U.S. Partners strengthen provision of HIV/ AIDS support services

Binga, Zimbabwe, July 26, 2010: The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and local partners are strengthening the delivery of HIV related services and initiatives targeting vulnerable groups in six provinces

Asylum seekers languishing in Zimbabwe prisons

Scores of asylum seekers from African countries are languishing in Zimbabwe prisons with hardened criminals as most of them are quickly arrested by authorities upon arrival.

Zim man indicted on fraud and blackmail charges in Taiwan

A Zimbabwean man was indicted on fraud and blackmail charges on Tuesday for swindling about $62 000 (about R450 000) from eight Taiwanese women who he promised to marry.

Labour leader helped Nigerian's Zimbabwean wife living unlawfully in UK for six years

Harriet Harman was last night facing damaging claims that she lobbied the Home Office on behalf of a Labour Party donor’s immigrant wife who is living in Britain unlawfully.