Saturday, August 31, 2013
Masvingo man beat up his own mother and fatally stabbed his 91-year-old grandmother over an airtime recharge card worth $1
Zimbabwean man in Texas U.S.A. who is HIV positive was sentenced to 120 years in prison after he had unprotected S*X with 18 women & infected 4 women with the deadly virus
A 36-year-old Midland man was sentenced to 120 years in prison Thursday for knowingly transmitting the HIV virus to four women.
Judge Rodney Satterwhite sentenced Derick Nhekairo to serve two consecutive 60-year sentences of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon causing serious bodily injury, with the remaining two sentences of 60 years and 20 years to run concurrently with the 120 years.
Nhekairo also is required to pay $32,000 in fines for the four charges.
He was arrested July 6, 2012, on one of the aggravated assault charges, a second-degree felony. He initially pleaded not guilty to the charge Tuesday, but changed his plea to guilty in the four cases after testimony began, according to previous Reporter-Telegram records.
The trial resumed at about 3:30 p.m. Thursday in 441st District Court.
Prosecutor Lara Nodolf said she was able to support the evidence that Nhekairo’s penis and bodily fluid were used as deadly weapons in the four cases. She said he admitted to practicing unprotected s*x with 18 different women after contracting the virus in 2002.
Nodolf said it was important to prosecute Nhekairo because many people do not know that is a crime to knowingly transmit HIV to other s*xual partners.
“The victims of this type of crime are underrepresented and don’t always know their options,” She said. “If you report it, we can prosecute it.”
The first victim to come forward and report Nhekairo to the health department spoke with the Reporter-Telegram, saying she was very happy with the sentencing.
The victim said when she contracted HIV from Nhekairo, the illness rapidly progressed into AIDS due to a pre-existing blood disorder.
She said she experienced AIDS neuropathy, which left her unable to walk for nearly a year. The victim, now on medication for the virus, said she has since been diagnosed as “undetectable.” This means that she still is HIV positive but the disease’s chance of transmission is greatly decreased, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The victim said it’s important for any women who have had s*xual encounters with Nhekairo should come forward and get tested for HIV. She also recommended that men and women use safety measures each time they engage in s*xual activity.
Texas was one of 35 states to have prosecuted someone successfully for intentionally and recklessly infecting someone with the HIV virus, according to previous records.
Friday, August 30, 2013
Gutu man concealed his wife's death from his in-laws and they found out after 20 years that their daughter is dead
Thursday, August 29, 2013
Bulawayo woman had the shock of her life when she caught her husband red-handed having S*X with a mentally challenged woman
A WOMAN from Northvale suburb in Bulawayo had the shock of her life when she allegedly caught her husband red-handed being intimate with a mentally challenged woman in their neighbour’s yard.
This was heard by Bulawayo magistrate Gladmore Mushove when the man, who cannot be named to protect the identity of the victim, appeared before him on Wednesday.
The man was not asked to plead to the charge and was remanded in custody to September 11 for trial.
The court heard that on August 26, the man jumped over a precast wall into their neighbours’ house, where the mentally challenged woman stays.
The court heard that on August 26, the man jumped over a precast wall into their neighbours’ house, where the mentally challenged woman stays.
He found the woman behind the cottages and got intimate with her.
It is the State case that during the process, the man’s wife peeped over the wall from their house and was shocked to find her husband and the mentally challenged woman intimate while standing. She then made a report to the police, leading to the arrest of her husband.
Meanwhile, in another related case, a man from Nkayi was not asked to plead to a charge of raping his niece when he appeared before the same magistrate. He was remanded in custody to September 11.
The court heard that the man, who also cannot be named to protect the identity of the victim, met his niece aged 15 in the village and asked her to visit him at his home and the girl complied.
It is the State case that at 12.30pm the same day the girl went to her uncle’s home and on arrival he asked her to get into his bedroom and lie on a bed before he raped her.
The matter came to light when the man on the following night went to his victim’s home and was caught by the girl’s mother who questioned her on what they were doing.
The girl later told her mother that she had been abused once before.
The mother made a report to the police, leading to the man’s arrest.
At least 41 people were killed Thursday in a bus crash west of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, the Kenyan Red Cross said.
"It is a horrible scene. Bodies are strewn all over," traffic police official Samuel Kimaru said by telephone from the scene near the town of Narok.
The bus was travelling from Nairobi to Homa Bay on the banks of Lake Victoria when it flew off the road, rolled over and plunged down a hill.
"It is difficult to tell exactly what happened but all indications point to speeding and possibly overloading," he said. "It is quite disturbing."
Police also told the Standard newspaper that the driver may have fallen asleep.
Police and the Kenyan Red Cross said they had confirmed 41 deaths. At least 27 other passenger had suffered "multiple injuries".
The Red Cross said the accident occurred shortly after 2:00 am (2300 GMT Wednesday) some 160 kilometres (100 miles) west of the capital.
Pictures from the organisation showed the bus in the bushes at the bottom of a hill, surrounded by debris and with its roof ripped off.
Kimaru said police had "a difficult time recovering the bodies because this place is hilly and bushy".
"We've dozens others injured and we are not certain how many because they were taken to various hospitals... we have officers checking with the hospitals," Kimaru said
Kenyan roads are notoriously dangerous, with buses badly maintained and often overloaded so operators can maximise profits.
In February, 30 people died in a bus crash in the east of the country, and in July a school bus crash killed 20, most of them children.
Traffic regulations and fines were toughened late last year, although the local press continue to point at police corruption as a major problem
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Bulawayo man kicked his wife out of the house after he had S*X with his own daughter for one year & fell madly in love with her
Talk of being forced out of marriage by your ONLY daughter who claims that her father is the ONLY man who makes her feel like a real woman.
Such is the story of Glenda Hleki, a woman from Northend in Bulawayo who was shown the exit by her husband Mucha Hleki after he allegedly fell in love with their daughter, Tinei.
The heartbroken woman discovered her husband and daughter's alleged affair when the man mistakenly sent a message to his wife that was directed to Tinei.
"My darling Tinei, I had a nice time with you and I cannot wait to see you again tonight," read the message.
Glenda was shocked and after reading the text message, she reportedly thought it was a typing error until the time she confronted her husband on the issue. Hleki, who was already madly in love with his daughter is said to have told his wife that he was having having an affair with their daughter.
"When Glenda asked her husband about what he was trying to say in the message, he never wasted her time. he told her to read the message again. Hleki then told his wife that he had fallen in love with their only daughter and she had to accept that fact," said the source.
Glenda, who thought her husband was joking, reportedly phoned her daughter telling her to rush home.
"When the woman asked Tinei about what was happening, she refused to talk about the issue in the absence of her father. In the evening, when everyone was at home, they discussed the matter and Tinei confessed that the relationship had been going on for a year. Without a shame, Tinei told her mother that her father was the only man who made her feel like a real woman," said the source.
Upon realising that he had caused a war in the house, Hleki allegedly ordered his wife to pack all her belongings if she did not like what was happening. He is said to have told his wife that he preferred spending the night with his daughter. Glenda reportedly moved out of their matrimonial home and leaving her husband and daughter to continue having great time without interference.
When Glenda was contacted for comment, she confirmed the incident and said she is still struggling to come to terms with the development.
"I still find it hard to believe that my own daughter is sleeping with mu husband, her father! I moved out of our home because what they are doing is taboo and I know the ancestors will punish them," she said.
Hleki and Tinei refused to comment on the issue saying they had no business to discuss with journalists. - B-Metro
Wednesday, August 28, 2013
Bulawayo man sentenced to 10 years in Jail for illegally reconnecting electricity to his house after Zesa disconnected power for not paying bills
Zimbabwe NUST Lecturer who demanded and accepted $500 bribe from student for the student to pass his dissertation, has not been found guilty and acquitted despite all the overwhelming evidence to convict him
Two armed robbers fired gunshots & stabbed a person at Gweru Clinic before they stole a cellphone valued at $80
POLICE in Gweru have launched a manhunt for two suspected robbers who pounced on a private clinic in Mkoba suburb and allegedly got away with a cellphone.
The incident confirmed by the police, occurred a week ago at Morelife Nursing Clinic.
Provincial police spokesperson Inspector Emmanuel Mahoko said the two men who were armed pounced on the receptionists at the clinic on August 17.
Inspector Mahoko said the two men who were driving an Ipsum vehicle, arrived at the clinic at night and one of the suspects produced a knife demanding cash from a receptionist.
The other suspect is alleged to have produced a pistol and fired once into the floor. One of the employees identified as Precious Moyo, is said to have heard the gunshots and rushed to the scene where she was stabbed on the shoulder before the suspects took away a cellphone valued at $80 and fled in their vehicle.
“We appeal to members of the public who might have information leading to the arrest of the suspects to come foward,” Mahoko said.
Bulawayo Police Camp employee offered a 15-year-old boy a place to sleep & later sodomised the boy in the middle of the night
A MAN from Mahatshula North in Bulawayo has been locked up in remand prison after he allegedly sodomised a 15-year-old boy while he was asleep.
The man, who cannot be named to protect the identity of the minor, was not asked to plead to aggravated indecent assault charge when he appeared before Bulawayo magistrate Abednico Ndebele yesterday.
Ndebele remanded him in custody to September 4 and advised him to apply to the High Court for bail.
The court heard that sometime in June at 9pm, the man, employed as a driver at Fairbridge Police Camp, went for a beer drink.
On his return he entered the kitchen where the boy staying at the same house, was sleeping. He allegedly woke the minor up and asked him to bring mealie meal to his room. The man later offered the boy a place to sleep.
He got into the same blankets with the boy and in the middle of the night he allegedly sodomised him.
Tuesday, August 27, 2013
Man in the wife sharing deal with another man has been fired from his job and his wife also dumped him
Monday, August 26, 2013
Epworth woman sneaked out of her bedroom at 4am to have S*X with her neighbour leaving her husband & their 7 months old baby sleeping
Pretoria - A 6-year-old girl in South Africa shot and killed her best friend in a freak accident while playing with her grandfather's firearm, Beeld reported on Monday.
According to Beeld the children were at the Lejwe La Metsi private game reserve near Bela-Bela on Saturday when the tragedy occurred.
Sibongile Moima, also 6, was shot in the face and died at the scene. Her friend, who was not named because of her age, apparently found the .38 Special revolver in a wardrobe in her grandparents' home.
Her grandfather had apparently taken the weapon out of his gun safe on Friday after an attempted robbery, and forgot to put it back in the safe.
He was apparently so traumatised after the incident that he tried to hang himself on Sunday. He is due to appear in the Bela Bela Magistrate's Court on Monday on a charge of negligent handling of a firearm.
"We do not know how to handle this. We are dismayed," the grandmother of the girl who fired the shot said.
"My granddaughter asked me if I would speak to her again after what happened," she added.
A 53-YEAR-old Pumula man died last week while under police custody for allegedly buying a stolen television set.
Sifelani Dube’s death has angered his family and the Pumula community who claim he was tortured.
Sifelani was detained at Pumula Police Station and his family says he was tortured by the police trying to extract information from him about the alleged theft of the television set. Apparently, he had bought the set.
Sifelani, a popular figure in the suburb, was buried during a moving ceremony at West Park Cemetery on Saturday.
Yesterday family members were still gathered at the deceased’s residence in Old Pumula where they described his arrest on August 16 and the alleged torture.
“Three police officers, two in uniform and the other in plainclothes, came to the house in a silver BMW vehicle on Friday around 12pm. They demanded to see Sifelani who was indoors at the time,” Sifelani’s brother Thabani Ndlovu told Southern Eye.
“We did not know why the police wanted to see him, but we directed them to a room in the house where Sifelani was.
“Sifelani emerged from the room handcuffed.
“I asked the police what the problem was and they said that they wanted Sifelani to help them identify a criminal they were looking for.”
Ndlovu said Sifelani asked for permission to relieve himself, a request which was granted, but the police details did not release the handcuffs.
“After Sifelani was done, he struggled to fix his pair of trousers which were down his legs as he was still in handcuffs,” he said. “This did not go down well with the police who insulted him and attacked him.”
He said one police officer, identified as Mudzingwa, then used a thick dry tree branch to viciously strike Sifelani all over the body in full view of relatives and passers-by.
“Mudzingwa beat Sifelani using the branch until he fell to the ground after which he plucked another branch and continued to beat him instructing him to get up,” Ndlovu said.
Another man who said he was the deceased’s brother, but only identified himself as Dube, said police called him last Tuesday morning informing him that his brother was not feeling well and had to be rushed to the hospital.
“When I saw him at Mpilo Hospital under police guard, he was oxygenated and the nurses told me that he could only manage to take liquid foods,” Dube added.
He said he was later informed on the same day that his brother had died.
“I am still shocked about his death up to now,” Dube said. “He was a healthy, strong man who had never been hospitalised. I believe he finally succumbed to the injuries he got from the beatings.”
Residents said the police officer identified as Mudzingwa was known for his “brutality when dealing with suspects”.
Bulawayo provincial police spokesperson, Inspector Mandlenkosi Moyo said he had not received a report about Sifelani’s death and expressed skepticism about the family’s account of what had transpired.
“I am not aware of that and have not received a report, but I will try to find out,” he said.
“But anyway I doubt if the police brutality thing is true. Do you think it is possible?” he questioned.
Two men agreed to share One woman and signed a contract after they realised that they have both been having an affair with the woman for more than four years
Sunday, August 25, 2013
Urban Groove Artiste Jamal Nyika known for his hit song Kurwizi with Betty Makaya is HIV positive & his mother is appealing for help
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