Anesu Kurebwaseka, Mutare Bureau A DANGAMVURA illegal diamond dealer was recently caught with 12 pieces of diamonds hidden in his shoes in the city centre.
Ray Bande Senior Reporter THE mother of the three children that were axed and burnt by their father before he set household property on fire says she regrets having left her children when she ran away from her hostile and dangerous husband.
Post Correspondent LIBERATION war hero, Cde Lawson Arthington Kapenzi, who died in Mutare last Sunday was laid to rest at the Manicaland Provincial Acre on Wednesday with full military honours.
Samuel Kadungure Senior Reporter DEPUTY Minister of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing, Cde Christopher Chingosho, last week stunned people when he introduced a villager as Chief Tandi at a function that was supposed to be presided over by Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
Abel Zhakata Senior Reporter PEOPLE in Mutare are desperately seeking spiritual deliverance as evidenced by the multitudes that thronged the Dangamvura Beithall grounds for a healing crusade this week by visiting Harare-based Mutumwa Strive Masango of Kubata Kwevapostori Faith Church.
Ray Bande Senior Reporter AN 87-YEAR-OLD polygamous Chipinge man, who has sired 108 children, says he still has the energy to be intimate with six wives in a day among the 10 he currently has.
Freedom Mutanda in CHIPINGE TWENTY-TWO Clearwater Secondary School students and their two teachers escaped death by a whisker last Friday when a mini bus they were travelling in overturned along the Birchenough–Mutare road, injuring four.
Liberty Dube Mutare Bureau THE ZIMBABWE Farmers Union has embarked on a programme to assist farmers in acquiring insurance policies to ensure that they are protected against drought among other disasters.
Anesu Kurebwaseka Post Reporter AT least two teachers at every school across Manicaland should be trained in first aid to save lives.