Tendai Gukutikwa A DANGAMVURA woman who tried to vote using her daughter’s national identity card during the just-ended ZANU-PF primary elections was left with egg on the face when she was apprehended and dragged to the courts.
Sharon Chigeza Weekender Correspondent HOMICIDE detectives in Mutare are battling to put pieces together and solve how a man who was initially believed to have been killed in a hit-and-run road accident ended up with some of his body parts missing.
Tendai Gukutikwa Weekender Correspondent A DIRECTOR with a local company and an alleged accomplice has been hauled before the courts on allegations of illegally selling property belonging to Holiday Inn Hotel Mutare which was under his care.
Post Reporter FOUR Mutare City Council officials who were recently placed on forced leave following a land audit have described as false, malicious and defamatory statements made by the local authority’s chamber secretary and a Government auditor that they were involved in fraudulent land deals.
Dorcas Mhungu Weekender Correspondent The soil was still damp with the blood of headman Lameck Ndiraya (70) of Shenayeguta area of Gandanzara, when The Weekender arrived on Monday morning following his horrific death on Sunday, May 13.
Post Reporter VETERAN solo musician Stephen ‘Steve’ Makoni has been dragged to court by his landlord over non-payment of rentals for a house he stays in Rusape’s Vengere high density suburb.
Tendai Gukutikwa Weekender Correspondent AN apostolic sect member who stole and sold 16 cell phones from his fellow church members at an all-night church gathering before spending the money on beer has been arraigned before the courts.
Lovemore Kadzura Rusape Correspondent A RUSAPE businessman whose entertainment joint was recently razed by fire is demanding $390 000 from Rusape Town Council as compensation for incurred loss.
Freedom Mutanda and Knowledge Mhlanga in CHIPINGE IN an incident that has left villagers in Chipinge shocked, a woman from Bangira connived with her lover to kill a newborn baby she conceived from an adulterous relationship.
Tendai Gukutikwa Weekender Correspondent A CHIMANIMANI widow whose in-laws ganged up against her, accusing her of promiscuity and threatened to kill her if she remained at her matrimonial homestead, has approached the courts for recourse. Spiwe Tomu dragged her late husband’s brothers Rabson, Elias and Dickson Madziwa to the Mutare Civil Courts on Friday praying […]