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Man axes teacher wife, chops severed head

The late Muziwethu Hlongwane’s covered body
by admin - 22 May 2015

By Patrick Chitumba and Sukoluhle Ndlovu A MAN from Ntabamhlophe Village in Lower Gweru beheaded his wife with an axe, chopped the severed head into pieces before hanging himself following a misunderstanding over missing cattle. Muziwethu Hlongwane, 27, got into an argument with his wife of eight years, Winnie...

Politics

Mukupe a smuggled candidate – documents show

Mavis Gumbo and Terence Mukupe

The Zanu PF Harare East parliamentary candidate saga that has been raging for about a month began after the party’s national elections directorate added Terence Mukupe onto the list of candidates for primary elections after the provincial election directorate had disqualified him. Documents in possession of the Zimbabwe Independent show Mukupe was disqualified at a provincial meeting on April 8,...

Business

Insider loans cripple Tetrad

TIB chief executive Eugene Mlambo

By Shame Makoshori TETRAD Investment Bank mired by a negative core capital to the tune of US$38 million, is facing collapse due to non-performing loans accounting for 99 percent of the loan book, the bulk of which were made to related parties with no security. A related party transaction involves a business deal or arrangement between two parties who are joined by a special relationship prior to...

Opinion

Welshman Ncube – Elections: When non-participation is important  

Welshman Ncube

By Professor Welshman Ncube                                                              Soon after the harmonised July 2013 general elections, the MDC recognised the futility of participating in by -elections before the full implementation of the electoral reforms that had been agreed to by the three political parties which were part of the Inclusive government. Readers...

Local

Man axes teacher wife, chops severed head

The late Muziwethu Hlongwane’s covered body

By Patrick Chitumba and Sukoluhle Ndlovu A MAN from Ntabamhlophe Village in Lower Gweru beheaded his wife with an axe, chopped the severed head into pieces before hanging himself following a misunderstanding over missing cattle. Muziwethu Hlongwane, 27, got into an argument with his wife of eight years, Winnie Hlongwane, 50, after he allegedly sold four head of cattle and spent the money on women...

Diaspora

Two Zimbabwean buses attacked by armed robbers in South Africa

Citiliner was attacked on Tuesday and Eagleliner early yesterday morning

Two Zimbabwean buses have been attacked by armed highway robbers in South Africa. The buses, Eagle Liner and Citiliner that were headed for Johannesburg, were attacked within a space of two days. Citiliner was attacked on Tuesday and Eagleliner early yesterday morning. The attacks come barely a month after a Johannesburg-bound Intercape bus was hijacked near Hammanskraal by armed robbers in the early...

International

Burundi President Nkurunziza plays football amid protests

The president has his own football team called Hallelujah FC

Burundi’s President Pierre Nkurunziza has been photographed playing football as protests continue over his bid to run for a third term in office. Mr Nkurunziza was playing in his daily kickabout with friends in the capital, Bujumbura. In the latest unrest, a protester was shot dead in Bujumbura. Last week, there was a failed coup against Mr Nkurunziza. Senior officials from both the army and...

Showbiz

Don Moen returns to Zimbabwe

Don Moen

By Vasco Chaya HARARE – American gospel music legend Donald James “Don” Moen will perform at this year’s edition of Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries’ Night of Turn Around crusade to take place in Harare on October 2. Walter Magaya, the founder of PHD Ministries, confirmed the American gospel star’s trip to Harare adding that it was part of his strategy to lure a...

Sports

Warriors crash out as bonus row stalks side

It needed a fine strike from Harare City forward Talent Chawapihwa in the 53rd minute, to break the Seychelles resistance

Zimbabwe crashed out of the Cosafa Cup when they put on a shambolic display against Namibia last night as players crossed swords with Zifa before the match over bonuses. The Warriors had appeared on course for a quarter-final berth against neighbours and holders Zambia heading into last night’s match where they just needed a point to top their group. A double from Deon Hotto either side of a single...