A 15-year-old pupil at Fatima Mission High School was raped and strangled by an unknown assailant who broke into the school on Wednesday night, Radio Dialogue has learnt. ZRP national police spokesperson Chief Superintendent Paul Nyathi confirmed the incident and referred further inquiries to Matabeleland North police who are handling the case. The police said they have since deployed police with sniffer dogs at the scene to carry out investigations.
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe underwent what is said to be a major prostate cancer operation during his annual holiday in Singapore, hence his delayed return to allow him time to recuperate, government and close family sources have revealed. Mugabe, who returned yesterday to a planned rousing welcome by Zanu PF supporters brandishing mostly anti-Didymus Mutasa placards and T-shirts bearing statements like “In support of our supreme leader, Cde RG Mugabe”, said his wife Grace had undergone an operation to remove her appendix. Although Mugabe did not mention his own operation, he disclosed that he and his family had undergone medical check-ups during their holiday
One of them was a 19-year-old youth who was shot in Naledi at 7pm on Wednesday, Lt-Gen Solomon Makgale said on Friday. He was declared dead on arrival at hospital. “As a precautionary measure, we have confiscated all the firearms which were carried by the police officers who attended to the looting scene and were present when the 19-year-old was shot,” he said
By Farirai Machivenyika Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Minister said Government was looking at ways of assisting media organisations, most of whom are facing viability problems due to the economic challenges facing the country. Professor made the remarks during the general meeting of the Zimbabwe National Editors Forum on Friday. “We want to find ways of helping the media in Zimbabwe.
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A SAKUBVA man’s desperate bid to deter thieves by wiring metal poles supporting a grape vine with live electrical cables ended tragically when a two-year-old neighbour’s child was electrocuted after accidentally getting into contact with the poles. Residents in the Chisamba Section of Sakubva high-density suburb in Mutare are still battling to come to terms with this nerve-wrecking incident in which 25-year-old Forward Musweweshiri allegedly electrocuted his neighbour’s two-year-old child, Sarah Karimanzira.