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Newcastle ace Cheick Tiote defends decision to have two wives and a Zimbabwean a mistress

Newcastle midfielder Cheick Tiote and his Zimbabwean mistress Nikkie Mpofu
by admin - 1 October 2014

Newcastle midfielder Cheick Tiote has defended his lifestyle by claiming there is nothing unusual about having two wives and a mistress. Newcastle midfielder Cheick Tiote and his Zimbabwean mistress Nikkie Mpofu Tiote, who earns £45,000-a-week at Premier League outfit Newcastle United, reportedly wed Laeticia...

Politics

MDC-T bars Chamisa from running elections?

Epic Battle: Nelson Chamisa, Douglas Mwonzora and Tapiwa Mashakada

By Richard Chidza The MDC-T top brass has barred its organising secretary Nelson Chamisa from taking charge of its elective congress set for this month, while a senior party official is under probe for ‘vote buying’ during a nomination process in Masvingo. Epic Battle: Nelson Chamisa, Douglas Mwonzora and Tapiwa Mashakada The party has roped in the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions to organise...

Business

Telecel partners Zimnat on mobile insurance

Telecel partners Zimnat on mobile insurance

Mobile network operator, Telecel Zimbabwe has partnered with local insurance company, Zimnat Lion to offer a mobile insurance product, Telecare. Telecel partners Zimnat on mobile insurance Under the partnership, Telecel provides the mobile platform for subscribers to access the services while Zimnat Lion underwrites and administer the full service, including settling claims. Telecare offers subscribers...

Opinion

Zanu PF’s forked tongue – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

Mugabe at the UN

The Vigil notes Mugabe’s restatement of his attitude towards the ‘evil’ donors who are trying to educate our children, maintain some semblance of a health service and feed those starving in the rural areas. Mugabe at the UN Speaking at the UN, Mugabe told the General Assembly that, for daring to empower her people, Zimbabwe had become a victim of ‘the evil machinations of Western countries,...

Crimes & Courts

High Court still to rule on Gumbura cases

Martin Gumbura during the inspection in loco at his Marlborough home

By Tendai Rupapa The trial of Robert Martin Gumbura, the leader of RMG Independent End Time Message, accused of raping one of his congregants with the assistance of his secretary Tendai Ganyani, was yesterday postponed to November 21 pending his application for review at the High Court. Martin Gumbura during the inspection in loco at his Marlborough home Gumbura and Ganyani, through their lawyers...

Local

11 000 fail to collect HIV test results

People sitting by an HIV/AIDS awareness sign in Zimbabwe

By Wendy Muperi HARARE – At least 11 000 people have not collected their results out of the 196 000 people who were tested for HIV last year, a government official has revealed. People sitting by an HIV/AIDS awareness sign in Zimbabwe Owen Mugurungi, director of Aids and TB Unit in the Health and Child Care ministry, noted with concern that many Zimbabweans were still not comfortable knowing...

Diaspora

Newcastle ace Cheick Tiote defends decision to have two wives and a Zimbabwean a mistress

Newcastle midfielder Cheick Tiote and his Zimbabwean mistress Nikkie Mpofu

Newcastle midfielder Cheick Tiote has defended his lifestyle by claiming there is nothing unusual about having two wives and a mistress. Newcastle midfielder Cheick Tiote and his Zimbabwean mistress Nikkie Mpofu Tiote, who earns £45,000-a-week at Premier League outfit Newcastle United, reportedly wed Laeticia Doukrou in a traditional ceremony this month, despite already being married to first wife...

Showbiz

Tuku to release new album

Oliver Mtukudzi

Music superstar Oliver “Tuku” Mtukudzi will launch a 10-track album titled Mukombe Wemvura at Harare International Conference Centre (HICC) next Saturday. Oliver Mtukudzi Sam Mataure, who manages Tuku’s affairs, confirmed the weekend launch of the music super star’s 61st studio album but was unable to provide more details saying he was at a funeral. “Yes, it is true he (Tuku) will be launching...

Sports

Kaindu left Highlanders by mutual consent

Kelvin kaindu

By Ricky Zililo KELVIN Kaindu has left Highlanders by mutual consent, ending a three-year reign that failed to yield the league title that Bosso desperately needs.Chronicle Sport has it on good authority that the decision was arrived at on Monday afternoon. Kelvin kaindu Following defeats to Harare City and ZPC Kariba which put a dent on Highlanders’ championship hopes, the Zambian reached a consensus...