A Zimbabwean woman from Glen Norah died during a prayer session while another was hospitalised after drinking a concoction made by a prophetess. Linet Mbesa, 22, of Glen View reportedly died after she was ordered by a self-styled prophetess Shylet Chatikobo, 33, to drink a prepared mixture meant to remove a growth from her private parts.
Shameless married woman caught on camera on Christmas Eve (photos). On Thursday morning, a 33-year-old married woman, Dorcas Mavhunga, was caught red-handed by local community residents in a compromise position with a man identified only as Jonah, inside the maize fields around 11:30 a.m. in Harare, Zimbabwe's Glen View area. The woman who reportedly denied her husband's conjugal rights for the past seven months, according to H-Metro, took advantage of her husband at work to hook up with her lover, according
A young man carefully removed the fluorescent lamp and poured a small packet of methamphetamine into the tube. The 24-year-old Zimbabwean heated it with a lighter until the white crystals liquefied and started to smoke. He and a friend sat in a room in Glen View, a working-class suburb of Harare, the capital, sucking in smoke through a straw.
The benefit of the new resuming of schools to bilk guardians and gatekeepers through 'compelling' them to unprocedural pay for additional illustrations has been captured by the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC). Government restricted educators from directing additional examples for an extra expense and vowed to make a disciplinary move against those who got offside.
Harare's well-known prophet has lost his church structure after the city authorities declared it as an illegal structure. Prophet T Freddy’s Goodness and Mercy Ministries church in Glen View was destroyed by Harare City Council today as part of their “clean up” campaign. Freddy is known for his “Spiritual Spectacles" where he would claim he could make believers in his church see things in the spiritual realm. Thousands of congregants would attend his services every Sunday and he would perform miracl
Jacob Ngarivhume is in Harare’s Glen View 8 township right now where he has just started a clean up exercise with local residents!The garbage dump that he is removing is right in front of people’s homes where it created a dangerous breeding ground for communicable diseases.
People are finding it difficult and painful to get government documents such as birth certificates, death certificates and national identity cards. It has become more problematic as these applicants have resorted to sleep on the queues, enduring the whole night in order to get those documents. It is by far worse off as even school children clad on their uniforms are also seen amongst those waiting for the following day in order to be served. This is a cause for concern and even mothers with their babies strapped