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Will Jah Prayzah do the honourable thing?

Jah Prayzah has his ego battered after he was exposed as a copycat
by admin - 18 December 2014

By Jonathan Mbiriyamveka Contemporary singer Jah Prayzah is under fire from all quarters after he was exposed as a copycat. There have been calls on the social media for the “Tsviriyo” singer to do the honourable thing and return the NAMA award to the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe. Jah Prayzah won...

Politics

Top Zanu-PF officials arrested

Ignatius Chombo

HARARE – Top Zanu-PF officials were yesterday arrested for allegedly defrauding more than 15,000 farmers of their hard-earned cash through a dubious input scheme. Police arrested Zanu-PF national youth league director Tapiwa Zengeya and Patience Chipere — one of the directors of Lasch Investments — a company engaged to supply farmers with some inputs. Police spokesperson, Senior Assistant...

Business

Bond coins start circulating today

RBZ Governor, John Mangudya, unveiling new coins to the media.

By Happiness Zengeni Banks will today start circulating the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe’s imported bond coins, in a move expected to ease the problem of small change that has been bedevilling the economy since the advent of the multi-currency regime in 2009. The coins will be distributed by RBZ through normal banking channels in denominations of 1c, 5c, 10c and 25c, while the 50c coin will be introduced...

Opinion

Mr Speaker, Sir: Letter to the Speaker of Parliament

Alex Magaisa

By Alex T. Magaisa Oft-times, when we engage in legal and constitutional analysis or even political analysis, I do so in the hope that someone in a position of influence, such as an MP or a politician, will take up suggestions and bring them to the relevant authorities. However, this hope sometimes is too ambitious. People read, sometimes they enjoy, sometimes they sulk and they wait for the next...

Crimes & Courts

Love affair leads to bloodbath in Mangwe

Jilted man rips open lover’s tummy, poisons self

By Sukulwenkosi Dube PLUMTREE – An extra-marital affair between a 34-year-old woman and her domestic worker ended in tragedy after the man brutally axed her to death and then committed suicide at her homestead in Mangwe. Dereck Ncube, 36, also axed Pretty Moyo, his lover’s 12-year-old niece, three times leaving her for dead before taking his life leaving a bloody scene. The late Loveness...

Local

‘Ben Ten’ bashes lover in church

‘Ben Ten’ bashes lover in church

By Plaxcedes Hove BULAWAYO – A 28-year-old “Ben 10” allegedly went berserk, bashed and humiliated his sugar mummy, 42, during a church service in Bulawayo. Avail Zatha attacked his live-in girlfriend Ratidzo Mabharani at the Johane Masowe church in Cowdray Park suburb accusing her of locking him outside her house. A rampaging Zatha brought the church service to a premature end as he threatened...

Diaspora

Inquest rules Zuma son to blame for deadly crash that killed Zimbabwean woman

A news report claimed Duduzane Zuma, a wealthy businessman, had not been breathalyzed.

A South African inquest has found that President Jacob Zuma’s son was negligent in a car accident which caused the death of a Zimbabwean woman, Phumzile Dube. Prosecutors had initially ruled out charging him. They will now be under pressure to do so, correspondents say. Duduzane Zuma’s Porsche hit the back of a minibus in Johannesburg in February, killing the woman instantly. The BBC’s...

International

54 Nigerian soldiers sentenced to death for refusing to fight Boko Haram

The soldiers appeared before a court martial in Abuja

A Nigerian court martial has sentenced 54 soldiers to death for refusing to fight Boko Haram Islamist militants. The soldiers, who were found guilty of mutiny, were accused of refusing to help recapture three towns that had been seized by Boko Haram in August. A lawyer for the soldiers said the 54 would face a firing squad while five others were acquitted. Troops have complained that they are not...

Showbiz

Will Jah Prayzah do the honourable thing?

Jah Prayzah has his ego battered after he was exposed as a copycat

By Jonathan Mbiriyamveka Contemporary singer Jah Prayzah is under fire from all quarters after he was exposed as a copycat. There have been calls on the social media for the “Tsviriyo” singer to do the honourable thing and return the NAMA award to the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe. Jah Prayzah won the National Arts Merit Awards for Outstanding Video for “Mwanasikana” the song which is...

Sports

Okocha interested in Bosso job

Jay Jay Okocha

By Lovemore Dube The Highlanders FC coaching job puzzle which has attracted the attention of Nigerian and African football icon, Jay Jay Okocha is expected to be solved tomorrow evening. Highlanders chief executive officer Ndumiso Gumede confirmed last night that the executive had drawn a shortlist to be discussed with the board tomorrow. He said Okocha had also sent a curriculum vitae of a Dutch...