Goodness Chimetu Uncategorized 

Chipinge traditional healer using goblins to intimate his daughters

A 62-year-old Chipinge man is being attacked by goblins he used to increase yields and bed several women in the village – including his daughters Sekuru Goodness Chimetu of Checheche under chief Garahwa told Star FM radio listeners during Tilder Live Show on Tuesday that he had sex with his five daughters among several women in his village and in Ruwa using goblins left in his custody by his late parents. He brought some of the living creatures in his bag to Star FM where he disclosed how they were…

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macadamia nuts Business News 

Macadamia nuts record brisk business in Chipinge

The production of macadamia nuts has gripped upper Chipinge as most farmers have realised the lucrative nature of the venture which is now perceived as the ‘diamond of Chipinge’. Chipinge is a unique district with all the five ecological regions with macadamia trees mainly being grown in high rainfall areas. The macadamia plants in Chipinge are now known as the green diamond due to the high demand of macadamia nuts internationally. The nuts’ high demand internationally is greatly improving economic activities in the Eastern border district and nationally, through improving…

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Donga Politics Uncategorized 

Ndonga decides to join forces with ZUNU PF

The late Rev Ndabaningi Sithole’s party, ZANU Ndonga has been rocked by turmoil following the decision by a group of members led by Wilson Khumbula to join forces with the ruling Zanu PF. Kumbula, the former Chipinge South Member of Parliament appeared on national television, ZBC-TV on Monday night saying they have dissolved the movement to join hands with the ruling Zanu PF. In a statement released on Tuesday, Zanu Ndonga President, Denford Musiyariri distanced the party from Kumbula’s decision saying they have no business working with Zanu PF which…

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Save Valley News 

Mnangagwa ally want a review of the skewed Save Valley ownership structure

The provincial leadership here has expressed concern over the small number of indigenous players operating in the wildlife-rich Save Valley Conservancy. This comes against the backdrop of revelations that out of 27 properties within the conservancy, only two were indigenous-owned, with the rest under the control of foreign operators. Masvingo Provincial Affairs Minister Senator Josaya Hungwe on Tuesday appealed to Government to address the skewed ownership structure at the conservancy. He said increased presence of indigenous players would solve some of the nagging challenges that were affecting operations at Save…

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