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FIRST LADY MEETS MAI BANANA





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ELIKEM HAILS POKELLO




WHAT MBEKI SAID


WADYAJENA BRAGS



PICS : INFLUENCERS



PIC : MAI STAVO


WICKNELL GLOATS AS HE MEETS LUNGU






PUPURAI






S AFRICAN QUITS, ZIMBA PUSHES ON



SHAMED






ACTRESS FACES EVICTION OVER $200


Charity Dhlodhlo, who appeared in the popular local soap Studio 263 as Mai Madziva, is facing eviction after she failed to pay $200 rentals.

She has since approached the Harare Civil Court seeking an interdict against her landlord. Dhlodhlo claims that she entered into a verbal lease agreement with Anna Ramushi Sango where they agreed that she would pay $350 per month.

On May 27, 2019 Sango gave her a verbal notice to vacate the premises if she does not pay the sum of US$200.

“Despite such verbal notice, the applicant indicated that she cannot meet the respondent’s demand of paying US$200 per month, hence the respondent is now threatening to unlawfully evict the applicant without any due court processes,” reads part of Dhlodhlo’s founding affidavit.

“The respondent has already disconnected water supplies and removed the gate which will make life difficult for the applicant to stay without those necessities. I humbly submit that the respondent’s action of taking the law into her own hands is unlawful and should not be condoned.”

The matter appeared before Harare Civil Court provincial magistrate Mr Lazini Ncube, who struck it off from the roll following indications that both parties were in default.


MAN RETURNS $100K ACCIDENT SCENE CASH


A Hwange man has returned $100 000 which he retrieved from an accident scene near Lupane. The cash was being transported in a cash-in-transit vehicle which hit a tree, killing one guard.

Mlondolozi Mpofu, who witnessed the accident while driving to work in Hwange, also handed in three pistols.

 “I was on my way to Hwange after the Lupane 80 sign post when l witnessed the accident. The driver was trying to avoid cattle and he lost control. He swerved left and right. I went there to save lives because l could see that the other security officer was trapped in the car while the other one was thrown out of the vehicle,” he told the Chronicle.

“I saw a cash box and thought it wise to keep it safe because l knew that people would come and target it as it is known that such vehicles carry large sums of money.”

Mpofu said he alerted the police and surrendered the firearms but withheld the cash as he wanted to hand it over to safeguard officials to avoid the money changing many hands.

He said when he called the company to alert officials about the accident, he was surprised that he was first asked if the money was safe not the fate of the people who were involved in the accident.

“The most important thing was to save other people’s lives before thinking of money. Secondly, I was groomed in a family set-up where honesty is our core value. I gain nothing by stealing other people’s money.

Whatever I did was out of humanity and I regret none of my actions. I thank God that the two guys survived. However, I am sorry that we couldn’t save the one who died on the spot,” he said.