Police Commissioner General Augustine Chihuri, has opened up on corruption in the police force he has been at the helm of for years. However, Advocate Fadzayi Mahere, begs to differ with Chihuri’s public statement. Below is her account;
1. Commissioner General Chihuri admits the Police are corrupt but blames it on the public! No sir, the Police are meant to uphold the law, period. There can be no excuse for corruption by the Police. In fact, it’s criminal. Read more
The spiritual alliance between Prophet Passion and Prophet Uebert Angel has collapsed, H-Metro can reveal.
The intensity of the fallout between the two men of the cloth has resulted in prophet Passion removing the name Uebert from his son’s birth record.
Apart from changing his son’s name, the bad blood between the two prophets is also seen by how prophet Passion has now turned to American preacher Bishop Noel Jones as his spiritual father. Prophet Angel had been prophet Passion’s spiritual father.
Speaking from Ethiopia where he is currently ministering, prophet Passion could neither confirm nor deny his fallout with Angel. Read more
Controversial dancer Beverly Sibanda claims to be carrying Andy Muridzo’s child having engaged in unprotected se_x after her Depo Provera had expired.
Muridzo’s wife Chido Manyange last night told H-Metro that she was not bothered by Bev’s claim and if true, she would gladly look after the child.
“She should give birth and give us the child.
I dealt with this Bev issue last year and I am over it. So anything regarding Bev will not affect me anymore,” she said. Muridzo confirmed to H-Metro he had an affair with Bev but ruled out pregnancy. Read more
Zimbabwe International football star, Onismor Bhasera escaped with minor bruises after he was involved in a car accident in Zimbabwe on Monday, January 30, 2017.
The defender, who represented Zimbabwe at the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon, was traveling in his white BMW to South Africa, where he plays for SuperSport United, when he lost control of his car after hitting a pothole just after Birchenough Bridge.
Arnold Schwarzenegger may have taken over Donald Trump’s role on The Celebrity Apprentice, but he firmly disagreed with the president on his temporary ban of people from seven majority Muslim countries coming to the US.
‘I think the real problem is that it was vetted badly. If they would run this by the Justice Department and Homeland Security and had the lawyers really study and focus on it and give it some time to do it the right way…’
‘I know what he’s trying to accomplish – his fear about people coming in from other places, causing harm to the country. There is another way to going about it to do it the right way and accomplish all of the goals. I think they were hasty with it,’ he told Extra’s Mario Lopez on Monday.
14 months after it was announced as the new entrant in African entertainment, Kwesé TV, the pay-TV service from Econet Media started broadcasting in Rwanda, Zambia and Ghana on 30 January 2017.
In its statement, Econet Media highlighted that the 3 country launch is the first phase of a rollout across Africa Kwesé TV with other countries lined up for launch soon.
According to information on the Kwesé TV website, its next stops will be Botswana, Nigeria, Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda. Read more
Big Brother Naija contestant, TBoss is currently trending on twitter. Why? She showed off her pierced nipples as she was undressing in the presence of other contestants in their locker room. See pics after the cut.. Read more
Kwesé TV, the pay-TV service that’s part of Econet Media has finally gone live broadcasting in 3 countries as part of its first phase rollout.
Rwanda, Zambia and Ghana are the first to view Kwesé TV with Botswana, Nigeria, Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda lined up as the next countries where the service will be launched. It’s set to be introduced in 18 countries across Africa by June 2017.
Unfortunately, Zimbabwe wasn’t part of the first phase and looking at the lineup it’s not part of the second one either, something that will probably frustrate citizens here considering the close ties that Kwesé TV has with our country. Read more
Former US President Barack Obama released a statement today Monday Jan. 30th supporting the protests going on around the country against Donald Trump’s ban on travelers and refugees entering the US from 7 Muslim-majority countries.
The statement, issued by Obama’s spokesman, Kevin Lewis, is the first time that the former US president will weigh in on Trump’s presidency. Read more
THE Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) says it plans to roll out a fresh voter registration exercise starting in May this year in a move that is set to permanently remove Registrar-General Tobaiwa Mudede’s Office from administering the country’s election processes.
Mudede, Registrar-General since 1981, has been accused by opposition parties of being complicit in alleged rigging of elections by President Robert Mugabe’s Zanu PF party in previous elections. Read more