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  1. Zimbabwe: Sex Starved Rusape Wife Hangs SelfRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 21, 2015 |

    A RUSAPE woman hanged herself on a tree branch Tuesday in frustration after a row over sex with her husband. The now deceased Nancy Mukwindidza, 31, was reported to have had marital problems with husband Fungai Saunyame, 37, whom she accused of sexually starving her.


  2. Zimbabwe: Mutasa Sneaks Back Into the CountryRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 28, 2014 |

    Former Zanu-PF secretary for administration Cde Didymus Mutasa, who was for the past month in India where his wife was undergoing treatment, is reportedly back in the country. Cde Mutasa, smarting from his failure to make it into the Zanu-PF Central Committee which ruled him out of appointment to the Politburo, has been making unprecedented moves among them requesting Sadc chaired by President Mugabe to nullify the just-ended and highly subscribed 6th National People's Congress.


  3. Sacked Zim minister seeks Zuma's helpRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 14, 2014 |

    Former Zimbabwe presidential minister Didymus Mutasa has called on President Jacob Zuma to alert other southern African governments about the ruling Zanu-PF's congress last week in which he said he and vice-president Joice Mujuru were sacked from their posts undemocratically. "We refuse to be chucked out of Zanu-PF which some of us have been in for 57 years," Mutasa said on Saturday from India, where his wife is having medical treatment.


  4. Zimbabwe: Mutasa Tasa - Demise of Cde NyatiRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 13, 2014 |

    SACKED Presidential Affairs Minister and ex-Zanu-PF politburo member Cde Didymus Noel Edwin Mutasa can be best described as a politician whose insatiable appetite for power led him from being a man who proves his critics wrong to one who proves his critics right. Attached to this encyclopedic quest for power was corruption, moral decadence and brutal mentality -- vices that amalgamated and eventually put his dirty hands in the cookie jar by plotting to eliminate President Mugabe.


  5. Mutezo siphons $100 000Read the original story

    Dec 9, 2014 | Zimbabwe Situation

    Energy and Power Development Deputy Minister Engineer Munacho Mutezo siphoned nearly $100 000 from Zesa Holdings and its subsidiaries in ten months to fund factional activities in Manicaland that were aimed at toppling President Mugabe. The money was creamed off under the guise of Zanu-PF Documents prepared by Zesa management for Minister Dzikamai Mavhaire, obtained by The Herald, show that in two days alone the power utility was coerced to donate $20 000.


  6. Community resistance to a peer education programme in ZimbabweRead the original story

    Nov 19, 2014 | BioMed Central

    BackgroundThis paper presents community perceptions of a state-of-the-art peer education programme in Manicaland, Zimbabwe. While the intervention succeeded in increasing HIV knowledge among men and condom acceptability among women, and reduced HIV incidence and rates of unprotected sex among men who attended education events, it did not succeed in reducing population-level HIV incidence.


  7. Zimbabwe: Mwonzora Refuses to Concede DefeatRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 5, 2014 |

    Divisions have rocked the MDC-T over the nomination exercise with party spokesperson Douglas Mwonzora refusing to concede defeat to party organising secretary Nelson Chamisa for the coveted post of secretary general despite failing to garner even a single nomination from the eight provinces. Mwonzora on Friday claimed that he had received a nomination from the United States province, a statement that has torched a massive storm in the party.


  8. Zimbabwe: 30 More Tollgates On CardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 17, 2014 |

    MOTORISTS should brace to pay more for travelling as Government plans to establish 30 more tollgates to raise more money for road infrastructure development. Government collects about $3 million monthly from tollgates, a figure that it argues is not enough for road infrastructure construction and rehabilitation.


  9. Zimbabwe: Man Dumps HIV Positive Wife At in-LawsRead the original story

    Aug 24, 2014 |

    A RUSAPE man recently dumped his HIV positive wife at his in-laws house in Chikanga suburb after her condition deteriorated, a Mutare court heard last week.