Five people died on the spot and 17 others injured when a Mutare bound Inter Africa bus rammed into a tree at Shamhu area in Nyazura early this morning.

The bus was coming from Bulawayo.

The 17 people injured were ferried to Mutare Provincial Hospital and three of them are in a critical condition.

The bus driver allegedly fell asleep and lost control of the bus before it rammed into a tree, killing five passengers on the spot.

Survivors of the accident said the driver started to
RESIDENTS of Bulawayo’s St Peters suburb have accused the local authority of neglecting most roads to the area, forcing them to rely on donkey-drawn scotch-carts as public transport operators were now shunning the route because of poor roads.

According to latest minutes of the council’s environmental, management and engineering committee, councillor Ephraim Ncube pleaded with the local authority to prioritise roads in the area.

“Councillor Ephraim Ncube said that there
TSHWANE – Members of the Zimbabwe National Army, fleeing from the military service in their country are engaging in violent crimes in South Africa, Police Minister Fikile Mbalula said on Tuesday.
“There are people who come here from Zimbabwe, and they cross the line here. They run away from the military in Zimbabwe and they come here and promote criminality here in South Africa. There are Zimbabwean ex-soldiers who are in this country, robbing banks and promoting criminality
RESIDENTS of Bulawayo’s St Peters suburb have accused the local authority of neglecting most roads to the area, forcing them to rely on donkey-drawn scotch-carts as public transport operators were now shunning the route because of poor roads.

According to latest minutes of the council’s environmental, management and engineering committee, councillor Ephraim Ncube pleaded with the local authority to prioritise roads in the area.
“Councillor Ephraim Ncube said that there
A Scania bus, company name not yet clear, from Zimbabwe bound for Joburg lost control and overturned at Luis Tritchard in South Africa. The driver is said to have failed to negotiate a sharp curve along the N1 highway. The International truck tried to avoid the bus but this resulted in a collision.



Fatalities reported (all from the bus) : 4 passengers including a child age 10 years. Injuries reported: 3 seriously injured, 21 slight injuries.


According to @arrivealive, “the
Thirteen armed robbers, including a teenager, who were targeting travellers, service stations and churches, stealing cash and valuables around Harare have been arrested.

Police said the 13, who are still assisting them with investigations, have so far cleared 15 cases which occurred in Chishawasha, Tafara, Mabvuku and Murombedzi.
National police spokesperson Chief Superintendent Paul Nyathi confirmed the arrests.

“After the recent cases of armed robbery and unlawful entry and
BUSINESSMAN Mr Wicknell Chivayo says he does not understand the Shona language that is used in the $500 000 suit filed by Sunday Mail journalist Garikai Mazara and that the vernacular parts must be expunged from the plaintiff’s declar- ation.

Mr Chivayo is being sued for injuria after allegedly hurling obscenities at Mazara.
A team of advocates comprising Mr Thabani Mpofu, Mr Silvester Hashiti, Ms Regina Mabwe and Mr Nelson Chamisa filed an application excepting to the claim.

The
THREE bouncers from Emmanuel Makandiwa’s United Family International Church (Ufic) yesterday appeared before Harare magistrate Gideon Ruvetsa facing assault charges after they allegedly pummelled the church’s auditor in a scuffle over missing tithes.
Munyaradzi Rukato (37), Farai Chuma (25) and Stewart Tangani (age not given) are accused of assaulting Mlungisi Sibanda, accusing him of discouraging congregants from tithing for a project initiated by the church’s security
FIREWORKS are expected at today’s Zanu PF Mashonaland Central provincial co-ordinating committee (PCC) meeting in Bindura, with the party’s rival factions squaring off in what could decide the fate of the embattled national political commissar (PC), Saviour Kasukuwere.Speaker of Parliament Jacob Mudenda is leading a high-powered delegation on a fact-finding mission to investigate the cause of the various petitions signed against Kasukuwere and his brother, Dickson Mafios, who chairs
PROPHET Walter Magaya has sensationally revealed he seriously considered relocating to South Africa last year in the wake of the battering he was receiving on a number of fronts in this country where he felt he was no longer wanted nor appreciated by his countrymen.
He said he only decided to stay because he felt such a move would have sent the wrong signal that he was fleeing from the legal woes that were stalking him, including accusations he raped a student, a charge which he strenuously
The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) has dropped fraud charges against Pioneer Gas owner and socialite Genius Kadungure after the complainant withdrew the case citing an out of court settlement.

NPA’s head of commercial crimes Chris Mutangadura confirmed the latest development saying the state is no longer pursuing the case.
Kadungure’s fraud trial which was scheduled to kick of this Tuesday (today) was aborted last minute after Wyclef Gatawa a Kadoma businessman and
THEY say three bulls can never share a kraal.

But that obviously doesn’t apply to these women.

Just ask sangoma Doctor Mokoena, who shares his shack with his three wives!
These women from Tsakane in Ekurhuleni cook and eat together, and they all sleep in one big bed.
From left: Makhosi Ntuli, Nnana Mokoena and Nene Ngwenya say they are happy with one man, Doctor Mokoena

Also in the shack are their six children.

First wife Nene Ngwenya told Daily Sun that at first their
IN A bizarre se_x episode that have played out at the courts, a Harare doctor was recently bashed by his wife after she caught him ma_sturbating while communicating with a female friend on the phone.

The weird act was revealed this week after Tonderai Kasu’s wife — Sandra — was ordered to compensate her husband’s clothes worth $2 000 which she damaged during a domestic dispute that occurred after the incident.
Sandra, 32, of Marrisa Park, appeared before Harare
A POLICEMAN stationed at ZRP Southerton has appeared in court accused of criminal abuse of duty as an officer.

Andrew Kapirima is expected back in court on May 23 on routine remand and was granted $50 bail.
Kapirima is alleged to have been part of a group of officers manning a roadblock who are in the habit of making motorists pay $2 bribes in order for them to have smooth passage on the road.

On April 22 at around 6:30 am, officers at PGHQ internal investigates received a complaint
CALLS for the removal of Cde Saviour Kasukuwere from the post of Zanu-PF national political commissar continued growing yesterday, with the party’s Youth League and affiliate, the Zimbabwe Liberation War Collaborators Association (Ziliwaco) adding their voices to the nationwide lobby.

Cde Kasukuwere stands accused of a slew of allegations, among them graft and seeking to unseat President Mugabe through parallel structures.
The Youth League and Ziliwaco join the party’s 10
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