Government has dismissed the Indonesian Attorney-General’s announcement that two unnamed Zimbabweans were to be executed in Indonesia. The Government through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said there were no Zimbabwean citizens in line for execution in Indonesia. “The Ministry of Foreign Affairs was informed by our Embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia that the Indonesian authorities announced in May 2016 that 15 convicts including two Zimbabweans would be executed. The two inmates

In the face of mounting pressure and rejection by former freedom fighters, President Robert Mugabe has summoned a faction of war veterans to Harare and roped in the Zanu PF youth league, in a bid to shore up numbers.

Mugabe is today expected to address a gathering fronted by a splinter group of the ex-combatants headed by Manicaland Provincial Affairs minister Mandiitawepi Chimene and Bulawayo war veteran George Mlala, among others at the Zanu PF headquarters.

But the Zimbabwe National

Under pressure to find new sources of revenue, ZIMRA announced in a statement on Tuesday that all owners of vehicles imported between January 2014 and July 2016 should go to their local tax office “to get confirmation of proper clearance and regularise the clearance if found not to be in accordance with the applicable laws”.


Car owners who don’t do this before the end of September “risk having [their] motor vehicle seized wherever it is found”, the statement

VIVA Zimbabwe president William Gerald Mutumanje — better known as Acie Lumumba — had his criminal slur case against President Robert Mugabe postponed to next month after seeking a new legal representative.

Lumumba, who was recently arrested after allegedly insulting Mugabe at the launch of his political party, is now being represented by Advocate Nelson Chamisa, the newly appointed MDC-T vice-president.

He had been represented by Ashiel Mugiya.

Chamisa applied for

British ambassador to Zimbabwe Catriona Laing yesterday said her government will not directly fund President Robert Mugabe’s government until it addresses issues like good governance, police brutality and respect of court orders.

Laing said this in response to media reports that the British government was shoring up the Mugabe regime despite its rhetoric.

“No United Kingdom taxpayers’ money has been or will be used to fund the government of Zimbabwe. Any decision on

A city woman was accused of stealing a dress in a boutique near Copacabana Bus Terminus last Friday and got thorough beating before she was forced to pose for pictures while holding the dress.

The pictures are circulating on social media. Contacted for comment, the woman who was identified as Gracious Mutamangira, refused to entertain this publication. However, her mother, Noleen Mutangamira, took the phone and said it would do H-Metro no good if the story was published.

“There is

A Zanu PF Mp has threatened war veterans saying those who want President Mugabe out no longer want to live.

Speaking at an emergency meeting held in Chiredzi district to deliberate on the war veterans’ move to dump President Mugabe, Zanu PF Chiredzi West Member of Parliament, Darlington Chiwa, said anyone who no longer wants to support Mr. Mugabe is an enemy of the people.

“What Nhando (war vets political commissar) did is a non-starter. If a person says ‘I no longer

Men love to use breasts as a prop, no matter the size, shape, or color – a large one is loved for its largeness and a small one is loved for its handiness while a pointed one is good for sucking and a round one is cool for massaging

Men love breasts.

It is a natural attraction that 99% of men share from birth and it remains with them until death.

Undoubtedly, one of the most attractive parts of a woman is her boobs and, with the cleavage exposure we see these days, it is one of

Holy Fire Ministries church founder, Prophet Paul William, allegedly threatened his lover with death and spirit of madness after she disclosed she was being paid to give false testimonies before the congregation. Prophet Paul William reportedly clashed with his lover only identified as Sandra after he suspected her of disclosing to church elders that she was also being paid to give false testimonies on radio.

“I am living in fear after prophet William threatened to kill me or make me

SOUTH African immigration officials have reportedly stopped accepting border passes used by Beitbridge residents to cross into the neighbouring country in a move believed to be a hit-back at Zimbabwe’s decision to ban imports of South African-manufactured basic goods.

The Senate Thematic Committee on Peace and Security learnt of the new measures during a recent visit to Beitbridge Border Post to “get a more comprehensive understanding of the problems there”.


A GHANAIAN pastor with a local Pentecostal church has been accused of turning the place of worship into a se_x haven.

Pastor Joseph of Holy Fire Ministries in Waterfalls was on Sunday hauled before the church leadership after one of his victims (name withheld) claimed she was se_xually abused.

One of the church elders Elliot Chepa presided over the matter.

It is said the victim approached the elders after she discovered that her belly was swelling and itching even though pregnancy

Linda Musarira is returning to jail after a magistrate denied her bail again. Her case has been adjourned to August 11. Her lawyers tried to get Linda moved to Mutare where she can be close to her family.

This was denied.

More details to follow


Source: Online

A GRADE Two pupil from Mbizo Primary School in Bulawayo’s Luveve suburb died after being hit by a kombi in Cowdray Park. The driver of the kombi, who is yet to be identified, rushed Tadiwa Hillary Fida (7) to Mpilo Central Hospital soon after the accident which occurred at around 12PM on Sunday.

Tadiwa died due to serious head injuries hours later. The driver is said to have handed himself over to the police afterwards.

Hospital staff had a torrid time locating the boy’s

Barclays Zimbabwe has suspended all local Visa card transactions due to the worsening cash crisis, according to a report by ITWeb Africa.

A senior executive at Barclays Zimbabwe, Valeta Mthimkulu, said “it didn’t make sense anymore” for the bank to support Visa transactions with liquid cashouts to card holders.

“When you use your Visa card locally, as a bank we need to settle the transaction account through our offshore Nostro account.

“Given the issues

THE man who has become the face of the #ThisFlag campaign says he will remain in South Africa out of concern for his safety after President Robert Mugabe effectively declared him persona non grata.


Mugabe publicly denounced Pastor Evan Mawarire, who became a national hero by starting the #ThisFlag social media campaign to highlight the plight of ordinary Zimbabweans starving because of dire socioeconomic conditions.

Mawarire was arrested and then released when a Harare court threw out

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