How 16 prisoners escaped from Sun City

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A calculated inside job is suspected in what could be South Africa’s biggest and most daring prison break after 16 inmates escaped from Johannesburg Prison. File picture: Antoine de Ras/Independent Media The Department of Correctional Services (DCS) on Monday said the awaiting-trial prisoners escaped through a pipe shaft and broke through a wall in the Medium B section at the prison, also known as Sun City. “According to a preliminary investigation, these remand detainees escaped in the morning at approximately 3am. They escaped through a pipe shaft and used an…

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Queen B announces return of Being Bonang

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On Apr 10, 2018 0 0 Bring out the champagne darlings because Bonang Matheba’s reality TV show Being Bonang is set to return for a second season.However, at a Courvoisier event announcing rapper Anatii as the latest addition to the alcohol brand’s ambassadors, Matheba made the surprising announcement. Bonang Matheba The second season is set for release on May 4 with Matheba using the tagline “May the 4th be with you” to promote it. The first season followed the larger-than-life TV personality’s journey in the entertainment industry. The cast included…

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Chihuri and mistress settle out of court

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By Yemurai Ushamba Commissioner-General Dr Augustine Chihuri who was said to be in “hiding,” yesterday sent his lawyer to court to answer to a $240 000 maintenance claim made by his mistress, Ms Sithulisiwe Mthimkhulu. Ms Sithulisiwe Mthimkhulu Dr Chihuri disappeared from the public space when he retired as the head of the country’s police force in December last year. He has also failed to attend parliamentary hearings, where he had been summoned to testify. Dr Chihuri’s mistress through her lawyer Mr Godfrey Nyoni of Moyo and Nyoni Associates last…

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Chaka-Chaya neEcoCash promotion returns

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EcoCash subscribers stand a chance to win various prizes following the return of the Chaka-Chaya neEcoCash promotion. The promotion, now in its second year, begins today and ends on July 5. Econet’s Cassava Zimbabwe CEO Mr Eddie Chibi said Chaka-Chaya neEcoCash was aimed at rewarding customers and accelerating use of digital payments. “Once a customer gets to five points, they will get a ‘Point Booster’ that instantly quadruples their points tally by 20 more points, by simply registering for EcoSure and paying $1 or more in monthly premiums,” he said.…

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Jumbo tramples woman to death

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A Lake Harvest employee in Kariba was trampled to death by an elephant on Wednesday last week while returning home from work with her colleagues. Police in Kariba confirmed the death of 43-year-old Wendy Nyamhunga. ZRP Kariba District’s commanding officer Chief Superintendent Rashai Munoda said in statement that Nyamhunga and her colleagues were walking home around 2200hrs when they were attacked by the elephant. “I can confirm that we have a report of a woman who died after an attack by an elephant near Lake Harvest,” she said. Chief Supt…

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Council probes road deals

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The Harare City Council has set up a team to investigate reports that some companies contracted to repair roads under the $17 million Emergency Road Rehabilitation Programme lack capacity. Some of the contractors failed to meet deadlines. According to the recent minutes of the Environmental Management Committee, councillors expressed concern over the slow progress on repair and maintenance of roads. “There was need for an investigation committee to be set up comprising of councillors and external experts who will be working with the officials in the Department of Works to…

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Juvenile (12) escapes prison

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On Apr 10, 2018 136 1 By Chengeto Jani A boy from Makuvatsine village under Chief Masunda in Zvishavane was been jailed five years for theft and escaping from the Blue Hills Reformatory Institution in Gweru. The boy (12) was initially brought to court on 29 counts of theft and unlawful entry last month and was sent to Blue Hills Reformatory Institution in Gweru where he escaped. He proceeded to Mandava and stole four cellphones, three laptops and clothes. He appeared before Magistrate Shepherd Mjanja at Zvishavane Magistrates Court facing…

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Graca mourns her ‘big sister’ Winnie . . . ‘She should have been appreciated more when alive’

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Graca mourns her ‘big sister’ Winnie . . . ‘She should have been appreciated more when alive’ – Nehanda Radio Home International Graca mourns her ‘big sister’ Winnie . . . ‘She should have been appreciated more when alive’ error: Content is protected !! Source: Nehandaradio.com

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