Drama as man caught bonking married woman is chased by her hubby and neighbours

There was drama in the suburb of Makokoba when a man who was caught stirring the honeypot of a married woman was chased while in his underwear  by the irate husband and his neighbours. Reports from tabloid B-Metro are that 38 year old Mr Anos Dobi busted his estranged wife of 14 years Elizabeth Gwangwara (37) on Thursday morning ‘servicing’ her boyfriend Tongogara Mudawu’s baby making pipe in their matrimonial bedroom . On realising that he was cornered offside, Mudawu tried to make good his escape while donning only his undergarments

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President Mugabe caps 1 063 at GZU

President Mugabe caps music superstar Oliver Mtukudzi who was conferred with an Honorary Doctor of Ethnomusicology and Choreography by the Great Zimbabwe University in Masvingo yesterday George Maponga in MASVINGO President Mugabe yesterday conferred degrees on 1 063 graduates, including veteran musician Oliver Mtukudzi who received an honorary degree, at Great Zimbabwe University’s eighth graduation ceremony in Masvingo.

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What PD Looks Like When Teachers Lead Schools

As schools decide how to better provide professional development opportunities, teachers and administrators alike are considering some of the insights coming out of the teacher-led school movement about professional development. Lori Nazareno is a Teacher Leader in Residence for the Center for Teaching Quality and an international advocate for teacher-led—Nazareno calls them “teacher-powered”— schools.

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Challenge: Help Make Childhood Pneumonia Easier to Treat

Pneumonia is the leading killer of children under five, accounting for over 1.2 million deaths annually. Ninety percent of these deaths occur in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia, where up to 30% of children who get pneumonia die from the disease.

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MDC-T elective congress begins

Zvamaida Murwira Harare Bureau ALL is now set for the MDC-T’s elective congress that starts today, with major highlights being the battle between the opposition party’s secretary for information and publicity, Douglas Mwonzora and organising secretary, Nelson Chamisa for the post of secretary general. This followed Mwonzora’s refusal to settle for a lesser post as he was now gunning for the bigger one to replace Tendai Biti who has since formed the MDC Renewal Team. Elections of new leadership is expected tomorrow where Mwonzora and Chamisa will fight it out to land the post of secretary general.

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Agric ministry fails to account for funds

THE Ministry of Agriculture has failed to account for the Agricultural Revolving Fund, meant for maintenance and improvement of essential equipment, purchase of livestock drugs and consumables required to improve the level and quality of agricultural services. Fidelity Mhlanga According to an audit report released by Auditor and Comptroller-General Mildred Chiri for the financial year ending December 2012, the Agriculture Ministry, led by Joseph Made, failed to give a breakdown or make up of figures disclosed in the consolidated financial statements. The report has raised questions on the ministry’s level of accountability at a time government is facing huge financial leakages and corruption scandals

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Tsvangirai address to 4th MDC congress

Morgan Tsvangirai’s opening address to the 4th congress of the MDC By Morgan Tsvangirai Members of the MDC’s outgoing standing committee, national executive and council Provincial leaders and all members of the MDC family here present Members of the diplomatic corps Our civic partners Invited Guests, ladies and gentlemen Morgan Tsvangirai Introduction I welcome you all, especially the MDC delegates to this Congress, cognizant of the fact that you have made great personal sacrifices to be here today.

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