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Brawl after couple discovers they are HIV positive

By Success Majaramhepo An Epworth couple dispute on who infected the other with HIV degenerated into a public brawl after they left a local clinic where they had gone for testing and the results came positive for both. The incident…

Man kills friend over suspected love-triangle

Success Majaramhepo: HARARE – John Bangamuseva from the sprawling slum settlement of Epworth allegedly killed his friend only identified as Tatenda after he suspected him of bonking his wife in his absence. It is believed that the now deceased, who…

$97k embezzlement rocks Mathew Rusike college

Success Majaramhepo: Studies at Mathew Rusike college have been thrown into disarray, less than three weeks before public Ordinary Level examinations commence amid concerns that some of the administrators have embezzled $97 000 that was meant for staff salaries. Some…

Women in a polygamous marriage fight over conjugal rights

Success Majaramhepo: The long held adage that “hell hath no fury like a scorned woman” was reinforced on Sunday in Epworth, Harare, when two co-wives married to a Johanne Marange Apostolic  sect member, John Zari, fought accusing each other of…

Zesa power cuts spur deforestation

The 18-hour electricity cuts by Zesa have caused many urban residents to look for cheap alternative sources of energy, further pushing people to resort to firewood resulting in large indiscriminate cutting of trees by firewood sellers. Many households in have…

Health time bomb in Epworth

A health time bomb is looming in Epworth owing to acute water shortages in the satellite suburb, with residents now relying on unprotected sources. In an interview with Zimsentinel, Beauty Mashava a resident said water shortage had greatly affected them…

US$5 for a quickie: Sex workers in love with the Greenback

THE biting economic deterioration has caught up with the oldest profession – prostitution – with sex workers in Kuwadzana 2 demanding to be paid in United States dollars for the services as a hedge against hyperinflation. Hookers said there was…

Citizens in Chipinge are appealing to wellwishers and authorities to setting up solar power plant or a backup generator at Chikore Hospital to ameliorate problems at the health centre due to incessant power cuts. Villagers in Chikore has said the…

A health time bomb is ticking in Masvingo City

A health time bomb is ticking in Masvingo City where over 66 000 residents are at risk of contracting diseases such as cholera owing to a shortage of water in the town. Water remains erratic in the ancient city of…