We’re not quite sure how this drunk woman got stuck like this

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PSA: Drinking alcohol does not make you invincible after all. This woman somehow ended up in this predicament during a boozy night in the Philippines. Witnesses said she was trying to climb onto the roof of her home, but slipped and fell into the tiny gap between two houses. Ouch. She was so wedged into the tight gap that she couldn’t get out – but was eventually rescued after six hours. SIX. HOURS. Neighbours heard her desperate cries for help and alerted rescuers, who initially struggled to get the woman…

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50 year old man arrested for impregnating his 21 year old daughter

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The police in Lagos state has arrested Taiwo Oyelabi, 50, living in Community Road, Badore, Iba, for sexually abusing and impregnating his daughter, aged 21. The suspect who works as security guard, is currently in the police custody while his pregnant daughter has been taken to the hospital for proper medical attention. When interrogated, Taiwo who spoke in pidgin said ”I gave birth to her. I am the one that got her pregnant”. Facebook Comments

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Davido’s alleged sexual advances at Actress, Boity, caused the fight at his show in Zimbabwe, He Reacts On His Snapchat (Details)

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Fresh details state that Davido’s sexual advances at S. African actress, Boity, was the cause of the fracas at his show in Zimbabwe. According to H-Metro, Davido allegedly made sexual advances to the South African actress, Boity in a rather disrespectful manner. The actress who couldn’t condone his arrogance slapped him out of anger, leading to the brawl between the two. But for the timely intervention of the police who savaged the situation, more negative reports would have been gathered as the lady reportedly manhandled the famous singer. Eye witness…

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Mugabe hounded me out of Zimbabwe, Thomas Mapfumo reveals

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The king of Chimurenga music, Dr Thomas “Mukanya” Mapfumo yesterday said former President Robert Mugabe was behind his persecution, adding that he would not have returned to Zimbabwe if his administration was still in power. Mapfumo paid a quiet visit to his in-laws in Mzilikazi suburb in Bulawayo to express his condolences following the death of his mother-in-law last month. He was accompanied by his wife, Verna (nee Dangarembga), children and his publicist, Blessing Vava. The family’s first stop was along Fife Street opposite the large Large City Hall where…

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Fired nurses re-hired: Service to improve as more health professionals engaged

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GOVERNMENT has re-engaged fired nurses and hired more health practitioners in a development that is expected to improve service delivery at the country’s health institutions. The Health Services Board (HSB) fired nearly 6 000 nurses last week, but Government has since resolved to re-engage them and also hire more. Striking nurses were issued with dismissal letters after they refused to go back to work even though their employer had acceded to their demands and availed more than $17 million for their allowances. Authorities at hospitals in Bulawayo yesterday said the…

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A man from Gweru has sensationally claimed that he received miracle EcoCash money after a prayer by a Malawian prophet

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AS the wave of prophets continue to engulf Zimbabwe, a man from Gweru has sensationally claimed that he received miracle EcoCash money after a prayer by a Malawian prophet and the sender was ANGEL GABRIEL. All EcoCash transactions show the name of the sender but not the number. The man, Mr Nobert Munyenyiwa, is among thousands who have been caught in the wave of the works of charismatic Malawian prophet and founder of the mega-church called Supernatural Embassy Ministries International, Christopher Phiri. Prophet Phiri, who is a spiritual son of…

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Biggest Zimbabwe International Trade Fair in decade kicks off

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THE usual serene City of Bulawayo will this week be bouncing as the who is who in the business sector heads to the country’s second largest city for the biggest Zimbabwe International Trade Fair event in more than a decade, which roars into life on Tuesday. The expected large contigent of business executives is a sign that the country has turned the corner since the ushering in of the new political dispensation under the leadership of President Emmerson Mnangagwa. Spurred by President Mnangagwa’s clarion call and mantra, “Zimbabwe is Open…

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Zimbabwe conditions conducive for free and fair elections: Sadc

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Visiting Sadc Executive Secretary, Dr Stergomena Lawrence Tax, has commended the political and legislative environment in Zimbabwe, saying it is conducive to conduct a credible election. The elections are expected in July. Dr Tax said this soon after paying a courtesy call on President Emmerson Mnangagwa at his Munhumutapa offices yesterday. “You are about to go to elections so we discussed about the elections (and) that you are also undertaking socio-economic reforms, we touched on that,” she said. “As you are aware we had on observer mission here, a pre-electoral…

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A 24-year-old Ballito woman is set to become former president Jacob Zuma’s seventh bride.

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Nonkanyiso Conco confirmed that she and the elder statesman were set to wed. “Yes‚ we are getting married‚ but that is all I can say. I need to consult before I give any interviews‚” she said. She would not be drawn on their courtship and their relationship in general. Conco is a director of the Pietermaritzburg-based Nomkhubulwane Culture and Youth Development Organisation‚ aimed at protecting the cultural practices of Zulu maidens. Conco reportedly resides in the plush Ballito Estate Hilltop‚ home to some of the city’s most well-heeled residents. She…

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Government serves nurses with dismissal letters

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Government has served nurses who disregarded its exhortation to return to work on Tuesday with dismissal letters, Health and Child Care permanent secretary Dr Gerald Gwinji has said. In an interview with our Harare Bureau yesterday, Dr Gwinji said a number of the affected nurses were applying to rejoin the public health sector. “We are also quite aware that as of today, many of those who participated in the industrial action turned up at their old workplaces inquiring as to how they can be taken back into the system. “We…

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