Lloyd Mutasa Paul Mundandi in Zvishavane HIGHLANDERS’ discard Marshall Machazane, now with Whawha has stoked flames ahead of the two sides’ clash. “Highlanders are under pressure from their fans because they have not been doing well at home and if we keep possession their fans will turn against them and we will win the match. “I am very positive and I see ourselves winning 2-0,’’ said Machazane, who suffered his latest Bosso’s snub when he came for trials earlier this season.
Eight suspects accused of masterminding a foiled jailbreak at Chikurubi Maximum Security Prison recently are accusing prison officers of gross torture. They said one of them defecated as a result of the torture and was ordered to eat his excrement. In the application of request for referral to the Constitutional Court filed at the Magistrates’ Court, Thulani Chizema said he was forced to eat his faeces
A young family in Glen View, Harare, has fallen apart after MDC-Renewal treasurer-general Mr Elton Mangoma reportedly snatched the wife of a member of the party’s provincial executive. The former Energy and Power Development Minister allegedly took advantage of MDC-Renewal Team’s activities to lure Mr Believe Tevera’s wife, Ms Yemurai Maravanyika, into the extramarital affair.
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe last Thursday reportedly told his party’s politburo meeting that he borrowed $30 million from Marondera Central MP and ousted ex-Zanu PF Mashonaland East Provincial chairman Ray Kaukonde to fund his family business in 2008, NewsDay can reveal.
David Mandigora Augustine Hwata Harare Bureau Dynamos 0-0Tsholotsho A SECTION of the Dynamos fans yesterday bayed for the blood of David Mandigora after the Glamour Boys shared the spoils with impressive newboys Tsholotsho FC in a Castle Lager Premiership match at Rufaro. The fans tried to block Mandigora from leaving the stadium but later gave up after police intervened to disperse the angry supporters who gathered outside the main entrance, demanding the immediate dismissal of the coach.
Embattled ministers Walter Mzembi and David Parirenyatwa — lived to see another day after surviving the brutal Zanu PF night of Grace Mugabe’s long knives on Thursday. The pair, together with former ministers for Indigenisation, Francis Nhema, Information Communication Technology’s Webster Shamu, and Health and Child Care deputy Paul Chimedza, were heavily tipped to be axed last week when hounds in the faction-ridden ruling party had put in motion their demise