Songbird and dancer, Gonyeti, whose real name is Pamela Zulu, is set to launch her debut album titled “One Day” tonight at Dandaro Inn.

The six-track album was produced at KBN Studios and has songs that include “One Day”, “Bhande” and “Chioneone”, which Gonyeti feels are the best.

“‘One Day’ is a good track and it is the first one I have introduced to the people so it is very familiar. However, listening to the whole album

More than 3 000 families were left homeless yesterday after their houses built on land belonging to BAK Storage Company along Harare-Masvingo Road were razed to the ground by the Sheriff following a High Court order to evict the illegal occupiers. The houses were built on 70 hectares of land belonging to the storage company.Heart rending scenes were the order of the day as hapless residents watched their houses being pulled down to the ground.

Those that delayed removing their property were

UNITED Kingdom-based Zimbabwean journalist and former Chronicle Sports Editor Clemence Marijeni and 10 other accomplices have been jailed a total of 52 years and six months after they were found guilty of facilitating and participating in sham marriages between European Economic Area (EEA) nationals and non-EEA nationals in that country.

Reports from the UK yesterday said the 11 people were involved in one of the biggest sham marriage rings to be uncovered in the West Midlands.

The media

A SCUFFLE erupted yesterday in the National Assembly between MDC-T legislators and the Zimbabwe Republic Police after law enforcement agents moved into the chamber to enforce a directive by Deputy Speaker Cde Mabel Chinomona to eject a legislator who was not properly dressed.

MDC-T MPs ganged up to resist a directive by Cde Chinomona to have Budiriro MP Mr Costa Machingauta leave the chamber to go and dress properly after he came into the august House donning a jacket made of national flag

 There are few things that make a woman cry and scream out your name when you are giving it to them and it is an art that has to be perfected There are a few things that EVERY woman wishes men did more of in bed and here are the top 6.

1. Giving her an orga_sm before intercourse start

The ability to give your woman an org_asm even before penetrating her has been described as the biggest thing women wish men did more of them in bed. Most men don’t do this, but instead, they

People First leader Joice Mujuru has exploded saying MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai has a major weakness.

She went on to say he has no strength inside Zimbabwe. She said his power, strength or orientation is from outside the country. ” We know the strengths and weaknesses of each party. ­Tsvangirai’s strength resonates with you outsiders, not with Zim­babweans. […] But with [our strength], they have now seen that it’s Zimbabwean, ” she said.


The government’s move to restructure NetOne is paying off, with the latest telecommunication sector quarterly report showing the mobile phone company closing in every day on its main rival.

The Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (Potraz) says NetOne was the only company to register positive revenues, with a market share growth of 4,7%.

Its market share increased to 34,7% from 33,8% in the first quarter of 2016.

The Potraz report said NetOne was the

Men want to make love, they make their intentions quite clear. But when women have it on their mind, it is hard for them to be so explicit. That is why; it is important for men to know the signs that she wants to sleep with you. Only if you know the signs that she wants to have do it, you will be able to score chicks.

Here are some of the most basic signs that she wants to sleep with you.

1. She Touches You On False Pretexts.

2. She Sits Too Close For Comfort.

3. She Dresses To

SANDRA Ndebele-Sibindi is in exam mode as she is sitting for ‘O’level Mathematics exams at a Bulawayo school.

On Monday, Ndebele-Sibindi was spotted going for revision lessons at Foundation College ahead of the Paper 1 exam on Tuesday.

Ndebele-Sibindi, who will be writing Paper 2 next Tuesday, said she was writing Mathematics exams as she wants to start teaching music. But for her to be able to do so, she needs to enrol at the Hillside Teachers College for a diploma in music

FOREIGN currencies in bank accounts will not be converted to bond notes when they are finally introduced, Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Governor Dr John Mangudya has said. In a telephone interview yesterday, Dr Mangudya said there was no need for bankers to panic as their money would remain in the currencies it was in before the introduction of bond notes.

Dr Mangudya’s assurance comes amid reports that some shops were no longer accepting plastic money for fear that their money would be

The government is currently working on a law that will prevent girls from lightening their skins. If the law gets passed, fake yellow bones might face a prison term of not less than 12 month.

According to sources, the Government is deeply concerned about women who lose their real African identify by wanting to have a light complexion.

“This issue was raised three years ago but it was never taken seriously. Beside the health hazards of skin lightening, it also take away that African

 A man from Lamontville township in KZN learnt a lesson the hard way when he got his payback for bonking his neighbour’s wife.

Lungile, 35 was taken seriously ill after he started vomiting all the contents from his stomach including his intestines.

According to sources the two had been having an affair for almost 6 months then the husband found out after another neighbour told him.

“He tried to solve it in a diplomatic way by approaching both parties. Lungile feeling

Higher and Tertiary Education Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo, who is under fire over allegations of abusing $450 000 from the Zimbabwe Manpower Development Fund (Zimdef) said the police were not ready to arrest him and the courts have no jurisdiction to order his arrest.

Opposing an application by a Harare vendor, Mr Hardlife Mudzingwa to have him arrested on corruption charges, Prof Moyo deposed an affidavit stating that Commissioner-General Augustine Chihuri, who was cited in his

People’s Democratic Party (PDP), leader Tendai Biti has signalled willingness to unite with his former boss Morgan Tsvangirai.

Biti now looks towards a single opposition movement. Writing on his micro-port on Tuesday, he said political parties should not be like sprouting, mushrooming churches.

He was writing in direct response to a Tsvangirai activist, Matthews Dera who had announced saying, “I welcome back home Tendai Biti with open arms. We need each other, come back

IN a bizarre incident, last week’s graduation ceremony at Lupane State University (LSU) turned into a farce for some parents and graduands, after State security agents barred pens or pieces of paper from the venue, probably fearing these could be used to produce offensive banners against President Robert Mugabe.

Mugabe, as the vice-chancellor of all State universities, was the guest of honour.

As people were entering into the graduation venue, they were searched and their pens

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