• BOSS WICKNELL

    Millionaire businessman Wicknell Chivayo, known for flaunting his wealth as well as his generosity

  • POKELLO

    She divides public opinion but love or hate her Pokello will always be in the mix.

  • JAH PRAYZAH AND ERIZA

    Man of the moment, Jah Prayzah, his band and Eriza when she shot into the limelight.

  • GAFA FOR LIFE

    Winky D - Man of the moment.

WATCH : MADAM BOSS


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PASTOR E LASHES OUT

Pastor Evan Mawarire has lashed out after it was revealed that Grace Mugabe's son, Russell splashed $5,4 million on luxury cars.

"There is no evil that surpasses that of enriching yourself at the expense of poor defenseless people. The extent of suffering in Zimbabwe is heartbreaking and our leaders see nothing wrong with it. God is not a fool and He will bring judgement. We will not stop speaking out and condemning evil and injustice."

STUNNER BASKS IN OLINDA DRAMA

Olinda with Trigga


FUNGISAI ESCAPES WITH A FINE

Gospel artist, Fungisai Zvakavapano has been fined $200 for negligent driving. Harare magistrate Ms Ruramai Chitumbura fined Zvakavapano $200, with an option of two months in prison.
She was sentenced to an additional three months in prison which was wholly suspended for five years on condition she does not commit a similar offence. Fungisai was driving a Mercedes Benz vehicle along Leopold Takawira Street in Harare’s central business district.  The musician failed to keep a proper lookout and tried to overtake, hitting a Toyota Wish which was on the outer lane on the right front wheel. Kudakwashe Makwara was driving the Toyota Wish. Fungisai lost control of her vehicle and bumped into the left rear side of Kapuranyika’s vehicle.

Fungisai was travelling at excessive speed and failed to stop when a collision was imminent

PICS : AIR SIMBABWE

AirSimbabwe. Mugabe's son-in-law, Simba Chikore is now in charge of Air Zimbabwe. 


SERENA'S LETTER TO HER MUM

Dear Mom,

You are one of the strongest women I know. I was looking at my daughter (OMG, yes, I have a daughter 😳) and she has my arms and legs! My exact same strong, muscular, powerful, sensational arms and body. I don't know how I would react if she has to go through what I've gone through since I was a 15 year old and even to this day.

I've been called man because I appeared outwardly strong. It has been said that that I use drugs (No, I have always had far too much integrity to behave dishonestly in order to gain an advantage). It has been said I don't belong in Women's sports -- that I belong in Men's -- because I look stronger than many other women do. (No, I just work hard and I was born with this badass body and proud of it).

But mom, I'm not sure how you did not go off on every single reporter, person, announcer and quite frankly, hater, who was too ignorant to understand the power of a black woman.

I am proud we were able to show them what some women look like. We don't all look the same. We are curvy, strong, muscular, tall, small, just to name a few, and all the same: we are women and proud!

You are so classy, I only wish I could take your lead. I am trying, though, and God is not done with me yet. I have a LONG way to go, but thank you.

Thank you for being the role model I needed to endure all the hardships that I now regard as a challenges--ones that I enjoy. I hope to teach my baby Alexis Olympia the same, and have the same fortitude you have had.

Promise me, Mom, that you will continue to help. I'm not sure if I am as meek and strong as you are yet. I hope to get there one day. I love you dearly.

Your youngest of five,


Serena

PIC : A KISS FOR ZODWA


PICS : NGWENA OUT AND ABOUT

Acting President, Emmerson Mnangagwa was out on wheat farms in Mash East. He was impressed with what he saw.




PICS : POKELLO TODAY

No pressure, says Pokello who is said to be still sleeping with Stunner.


WATCH : THE KISS

Apa munongoterera kurwadziwawo zvenyu chashamisa chii dayi zvina Bev mukati mabvarura hembe nekufara arwadziwa muroyi. Mai Keketso


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PIC : THEY ROBBED US

Another picture of Russell Gorereza's new rides

PIC : ZZZZZZ

Representing Zimbabwe at the UN

PICS : TRUCK OVERTURNS

along Masvingo Highway today




PIC : TRIGGER

The man at the centre of a new Olinda drama

COLTART : WHEN I WENT TO REGISTER

I eventually managed to get registered on the new Zimbabwe Biometric Voters Roll this morning, but the process took me almost 2 hours. For some inexplicable reason the machine would not record my fingerprints and after 1 and half hours of trying, and the arrival of technical experts, the machine eventually only managed to capture 5 of my 10 fingerprints. The ZEC folk eventually gave up trying and indicated on my record that the were unable to get the remainder of my fingerprints.

So this was not a particularly encouraging start to the BVR exercise and I fear for people in rural areas or even poor workers in cities who cannot afford to give up that much time to get registered. I also wonder how such folk will be treated - although I was treated with exceptional courtesy by the ZEC staff I am concerned that people with a lower profile than mine may not get treated as well. I am also concerned that if these machines play up now when they are brand new at the beginning of the exercise, how are they going to perform after hundreds of thousands of people have been registered?

Notwithstanding this I should mention that I was the only person who encountered these problems and all the MDC Alliance colleagues who I registered with were dealt with quickly and efficiently - so I hope that my experience is the exception, not the rule.

From a political perspective it was great experiencing the new sense of cohesion and single purpose with colleagues from other parties. If this spirit continues - and if people are determined and get registered - the ruining party will find itslef in trouble next year, even given all the shenanigans they may create for the Zimbabwean electorate.

For those living in Bulawayo you can register at the Zec offices at 18 Raylanders Court, Windsor Park, 16 Ave, Famona - near Gifford High School.

PICS : MAI GINIBI