Cross border vehicle theft kingpin’s trial date set

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THE trial of a 31-year-old Zimbabwean man who is believed to be the kingpin of a cross border vehicle theft syndicate, has been set for June 27 at the Musina Magistrate’s court. Frank Dube and two accomplices; Tsununu Ahmad Maphosa (31), and Mpho Dzwuguda (26), were arrested between January and March on two separate occasions by the neighbouring country’s serious organised crime busting unit, the Hawks. Hawks Limpopo spokesperson, Captain Matimba Maluleke said the gang allegedly stole a fleet of six new Ford Rangers at a car dealership in Palaborwa…

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Byo : Prophet steals R76 000 from live-in girlfriend

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A PROPHET at Grace of Africa Church in Bulawayo recently left his live-in girlfriend of three months at a church service, went to her home to steal more than R76 000 and bought a new car and groceries for his family. Admire Mbuso (37) who had introduced himself as Simbarashe Shumba from Gweru to Ms Silvia Moyo (42), allegedly stole the money on Sunday in Mzilikazi suburb. Ms Moyo yesterday said Mbuso took all his clothes and left the doors unlocked. He used his friend’s vehicle which was parked outside…

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South African women top the list of heavy-drinking females in Africa

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South African women top the list of heavy-drinking females in Africa, but alcohol abuse globally is in decline, according to a World Health Organisation report. The report analysed drinking patterns worldwide and revealed that 41.2% of South African women were binge drinkers. It said South African women drank an average of 60ml of alcohol a week. The statistics cut across all social classes. A WHO report last year said pregnant women in poor communities, particularly in the Eastern Cape, abused alcohol with the intention of harming the foetus so that…

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Lesbian babysitter forced teenager to take part in s*x games for months

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A lesbian babysitter who forced a teenager to take part in sordid sex games 12 years ago has finally been jailed. Deborah Evans, 46, told Katrina Holmes ‘you are gay and you will always be gay’, even though the young girl was only interested in boys. Evans made Katrina, then 15, perform sex acts on her for months when she babysat, a court heard. But Katrina kept a diary of the grooming and used it more than a decade on to help convict Evans of sex offences. She waived her…

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VIDEO: Cowdray Park ‘goblin’ Maqobola captured

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A Goblin, Mike Maqobola, alleged to have been leading a gang of invisible beings in terrorising Cowdray Park residents, has finally been captured in a two-hour dramatic Nigerian movie style exorcism. Maqobola and his gang were allegedly assaulting residents, sodomising and raping women from the suburb. Residents yesterday expressed mixed feeling over the dramatic cleansing ceremony, with some believing the “supernatural battle” had ended while some alleged that the whole ritual was staged. A group of seven prophets led by prophet Lazarus Siziba from Holy Spirit Apostolic Church teamed up…

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VIDEO: RAPIST GOBLINS!. . . ‘Houses stoned, women sodomised & prophets flee‘

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A PESKY goblin called Mike Maqobola is allegedly leading invisible beings to terrorise Cowdray Park residents, assaulting, sodomising and sleeping with women. Sources from the suburb said they had called the goblin Maqobola, which is IsiNdebele for “hit with an object like a stone,” because it has developed a penchant for stoning residents. Terrified residents last week each contributed $1 to hire wafa-wafas, goblin hunters from the Zion Church, from as far as South Africa to get rid of the randy “supernatural beings.” Some residents shed tears after the wafa-wafas…

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Zim : Election date set

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President Emmerson Mnangagwa has set Monday July 30 as the date for the country’s harmonised elections. President Mnangagwa proclaimed the election date in a Government gazette published this morning. More to follow… ——————————————————————————————— ZEC ready for elections The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) says it is fully prepared to run the 2018 harmonised elections thanks to the support from government and co-operating partners. Other stakeholders, among them journalists, aspiring voters and politicians expressed mixed sentiments over the development. Following President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s proclamation in an extraordinary Government Gazette released today, setting…

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PASTOR TELLS HIS CHURCH MEMBERS TO DONATE $54MILLION BECAUSE GOD TOLD HIM TO BUY A 4TH PRIVATE JET (VIDEO)

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An evangelist is asking his “disciples” to pray for him so that he can buy a $54milllion private jet as God instructed. Jesse Duplantis, who already has three private planes, said that God told him “I want you to believe in me for a Falcon 7X”. He said this to his followers during his weekly video address. Duplantis, 68, says the three-engine plane would allow the ministry to fly “anywhere in the world in one stop,” reducing fuel costs while maintaining a global reach. He added that Jesus Christ “wouldn’t…

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SOUTH AFRICANS ARE ANGRY AS GOVERNMENT SETS MINIMUM WAGE AT $278 PER MONTH, 6 TIMES HIGHER THAN NIGERIA

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South Africans are angry and a trade union has accused the government of “legitimising poverty” after the country set its first-ever minimum wage at $278 per month. South Africa Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu) said it is outraged and disgusted but not surprised by the passing of the minimum wage bill, which was overwhelmingly endorsed by parliament on Tuesday. The bill sets the wage at a minimum of 20 rand ($1.59; £1.20) an hour, which, for a 40-hour week, sets the wage at about $278 per month. Nigeria’s minimum wage…

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Erect Joshua Nkomo’s statue in Harare, family appeals

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THE Joshua Nkomo Cultural Movement (JNCM) has appealed to the Government to erect a statue of Father Zimbabwe, the late Vice President Dr Joshua Nkomo, in Harare. JNCM chairperson and son to Dr Nkomo, Mr Sibangilizwe Nkomo, said the organisation and family understands that the statue had already been carved. The National Museums and Monuments of Zimbabwe (NMMZ) in 2014 revealed that Government was working on erecting Dr Nkomo’s statue in the capital. In December 2013, the Government unveiled Dr Nkomo’s statue in Bulawayo. Mr Nkomo said it was his…

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