MERE mention of the name Natasha Ruvimbo Mubare (22) evokes a glut of mixed feelings among a cross section of Zimbabweans.
THE Ndebele, like most people, did not eat their food raw. They prepared it in a certain way and cooked it before they ate it.
JOSHUA Mativenga of Zhombe was close to tears when he was told that Dony Jub Ane (50), who beat his 12-year-old child to death, would only be charged with assault instead of murder.
YESTERDAY this newspaper was inundated with complaints from members of the public that Bulawayo traffic police now have a penchant of spot fining private motorists for carrying passengers in their vehicles, accusing them of pirating.
IN its first 65 years the United Nations has been called many things. President Harry Truman called it “permanent partnership among the people of the world for their common peace and common well being” and one New York mayor said it was a “cesspool”.
Musician Dr Malinga is accused of stealing a song and giving it to his artiste Mr Style.
HYENAS are reportedly causing havoc in Mberengwa district, the Midlands, a situation which has divided the community as witchcraft allegations are being thrown around.
AmaZulu have suspended defender Carlington Nyadombo indefinitely.
THE High Court on Wednesday attended to a record 17 cases of companies under judicial management and liquidation, a sign of the country’s worsening economic crisis with many firms closing shop and leaving creditors — mainly the taxman, employees and banks — in the lurch.
ZANU PF spokesperson Simon Khaya Moyo is next on the party’s firing line, as he is accused of continuing to fraternise with the purged “gamatox” faction, party insiders revealed yesterday.