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Zimdancehall star emerges from Gutu

Margaret Mazhangaidze - GUTU -
Upcoming zimdancehall artiste Tinashe Runyowa from Mukadziwashe village under Chief Gadzingo in Gutu is promising to be one of the best artists in Zimdancehall genre, after he rubbed shoulders with the man of the moment Tocky Vibes at Masvingo Sports Club Family Fun Day held last week.
Runyowa aka Triplek perfomed at the Family Fun Day that was held at Masvingo Sports Club recently, where he thrilled fans and left them crying for more. He is also referred to as Masvingo Dancehall Master (MDM) by a promoter popularly known as Tiger Fish after discovering talent.
The 24 year-old artist was born in Gutu and went to Gutu United Primary School and Mupandawana High School. He recorded his first song "Tariro" in February 2008 at Greengate studio which was mixed by Dj Mumhene of Dzivarasekwa in Harare .The song was a special dedication to his late sister.
According to Runyowa he is not attached to any studio so he records with different studios depending on how the producer operates. He recorded with Dj Cee Clear in Masvingo and his hit song "Cindy" was produced by Kutso productions.
Runyowa is the Young Given Talent (YGT) voice box champions with his song "Dai ndine Mari". He did a song titled 'Kufamba Ndega" with the" Misodzi" hit maker Yombreeman in 2013and his video was produced free of charge by Y.G.T after he won.
He said is inspired by seven Jamaican Artists and he got made his stage name from the first letters of their names; Turbulance, Rupee, I Wayne, Mr Perfect, Lexus, Elephant man and Kaprich.
Runyora   said his dream is to take Zimdancehall to the world. He also advises all upcoming artistes to be strong because there are a lot of challenges in the music industry .His motto is "Forward ever, backward never.''
He also said that music should have decent lyrical content so that it can be listened by all age groups and one should understand that he or she cannot please everyone.entertainment

Get yourself a pair of sexy lace underwear sets

This time ladies, the time we are living in, you just have to try and also look smart on the inside and match your pants.
 Get yourself a set of lace underwear and lingerie's.
 Every woman it's just a must to have some lace in your wardrobe, whether it's underwear or bra, so go and get yourself a sexy one.
 It's not that expensive, usually, these sets start from as little as six dollars going up.
 Lace is the essence of sexy when it comes to this underwear; it accentuates your body and makes you feel confident so try some lace in you set of underwear and taste the new loving style.fashion

Restraint your taste buds - Magistrate tells chocolate thief

Elizabeth Mashiri - ZVISHAVANE
- Zvishavane Magistrate, Peter Madhibha last week told a convicted 20-year-old student to exercise restraint with her taste buds after she was convicted of stealing two chocolate bars from TM supermarket in the small mining town.
Madhibha warned Tafadzwa Muchemwa (20) of Kandodo in Zvishavane that she would face a harsher sentence if she repeated the same offence. Madhiba slapped Muchemwa with a $20 fine for the offence but said stealing chocolates again would attract a harsher sentence.
Muchemwa entered TM supermarket recently and stole two chocolate bars, one clean and clear moisturizer and one clean and clear cleansing.  She hid her loot inside her dress.
"Look at yourself how many chocolates would you have eaten for the fine you are forcing your mother to pay, you should stop this kind of behaviour" said Madhibha
"How many chocolates were you going to eat if you had asked your mother for $20 and buy some chocolates?"
Stanley Ncube prosecuted the matter.local news

Former Kismet United footballer killed in SA

Tawanda Homba - Chivi
– Regis Mangeya (45), a former player with Kismet United Football Club was killed in road accident in South Africa two weeks ago.
Mangeya who had since left the country and was working as a teacher at Thohoyandou School in South Africa met his fate on November 14, 2014 when a friend's car in which he was a passenger veered off the road and rammed into a tree.
His wife, Tendai Mangeya confirmed the death.
Mangeya was buried in Chivi under Chief Madamombe last Thursday.
Before he moved to South Africa he played in a number of teams including Kismet, Guni United and Gaths Mine.
Hundreds of people converged at Mangeya's homestead to pay their respects.
He trained as a teacher at Bondolfi Teachers College and completed his teaching course in 1991.
Mangeya left behind his wife Tendai and three children, two boys and a girl.sports

Zuze’s beauty contest endures

Hope Chizuzu - GIBBO
Stadium, one of the uniquely named venues in the Premiership has seen some beautiful football over the season and purists like this writer, would shed a tear if this ground was reduced to just a few of those unfashionable if a joke matches, in the Eastern Region Division One.
 The stadium has served blockbusting, though lacking in regular X-Factor status, matches of national attention. Its compact nature and the expanse of its perimeter has been, ironically something so outstanding that even the gods of football would have shed a tear had Premiership football been taken away to Division One. The league would have lost their beauty queen from the football rump.
 But that now is a piece for genuine football writers knitting the terrain of the Premiership 2014 season in which again Dynamos won the league and CAPS United played another upper cut in the bout. Beautiful.
  Triangle Football Club beat Shabanie Mine 2-1 in the last match of the season to seal their status while sending the miners underground with all their financial woes. With 40 points, coach Biggie Zuze celebrated in muted belief that his work for the next season starts now - no popping the champagne bottle just yet.
They have dug in, put enough miners' shift and have reigned in all the shafts for the final hoist to safety. And the hoist in the last match of the season at home, against a side more desperate for points – Shabanie Mine made this match such a memorable spectacle in the packed Gibbo stadium for the sugar producers.
It was so beautiful after all. Never mind that some matches have been as boring like watching paint dry but we can not ignore that beauty matters and Triangle have displayed their fair share of it in all their matches including even the penultimate match against rivals Chiredzi at Chishamiso stadium.
They shut shop and gave the janitor the keys and with it the three points that took them away to safety of 10th position on the log leaving Buffaloes, Harare City, Shabanie and Black Rhinos in the teeth of the relegation guillotine going into the last match.
 "I am delighted that we won against Shabanie Mine, not so much to survive relegation but to demonstrate that football is beautiful and it can be played as such. We did not have luck in most of the matches we played during the season yet we stuck to our culture of playing it sexy.
"It may have cost us some points in the season but certainly it gained us a lot of friends as most people enjoyed watching our matches. We got a lot of applause in some away venue including against Dynamos in Harare for playing good football.
"As coach that is my trademark and I am glad the executive now understand that. We may have suffered the agony of staring relegation in the face for greater part of the second half of the season, but I never lost hope that we will make it. The football we play is difficult to ignore and for that reason we kept on working hard.
"I want to take this opportunity to thank everybody for their support, real or otherwise. This team deserves another chance in top flight football and we will be better next season and I can promise other teams that Triangle will be difficult to beat," said Zuze.
What has endured has been the beauty of football that Triangle under Biggie Zuze played. Even their most ardent of opponents admit their aesthetic if sexy football has been the hallmark of their season. Never mind the addition in the latter part of the season of Kelvin Kaindu, formerly of Highlanders. His role was just cameo, yet the DNA was distinctly Zuze's through and through.
With the title firmly at home to Dynamos – that bring the historic fourth on the bounce for coach Kalisto Pasuwa, Zuze made the league enduringly poised until the last week of the competition. Every match was of interest in the last weekend and Zuze never lost sight of the task before him as he had to beat Shabanie and ensure his place in the sun is maintained. 
Such is the beauty of the Premiership this season that it takes a great deal of DNA to consistently play beautiful football, albeit losing some matches, throughout the season which takes them to another outpost like Hwange – the longest distance travelled by any team in the league.
Beauty endures. Beauty heals. Beauty maketh beauty. And football is beautiful.entertainment

Morningside Learning Centre gutted by fire

  • Property worth thousands destroyed
Tawanda Homba - MASVINGO – Morningside Learning Centre in Morningside was reduced to ashes by fire on Sunday afternoon destroying property worth over hundred thousand dollars in the process.
The Learning Centre which belongs to prominent businesswoman, Violet Madembo caught fire in unknown circumstances and the tenders from the city council were of no help as they watched the fire destroying the premise that houses the early childhood learning centre because they did not have enough water to put out the inferno. Investigations are still going on to establish the cause of the fire.
"I am shell-shocked by this incident as it has left me without any source of income," said Madembo as she could not hold back her tears soon after the incident.
 "Fortunately children were not at school as it was on a Sunday, unfortunately we were unable to recover anything from the fire, we lost a lot of pre-school items which include toys, 13 computers, a printer, TV plasma, lap top and other materials used for early childhood  learning," said Madembo.
The incident happened soon after Masvingo City Council received two fire-fighters from Peter Lobel.
The Town Clerk, Adolf Gusha advised residents to have the contact details for fire department for timeous reporting so as to save life and property when fire breaks out.
"I encourage all residents to have contact details for fire fighters and to insure their properties so that they are compensated after such tragedies happen," said Gusha in an interview with The Mirror.local news

Woman hangs self over witchcraft allegations

Martha Leboho - CHIREDZI
– A 62 year-old woman from Mpandle Village in Chief Sengwe's area in Chikombedzi has hanged herself after being troubled by witchcraft allegations made against her.
The allegations were allegedly being made by her relatives.
Masvingo acting provincial Police spokesperson, assistant inspector Kudakwashe Dhewa has confirmed the incident.
Sometime last week and at around 4pm, Maluleka Mhlayi (62) allegedly confided with her daughter Mercy Ndlovu (26) on her worries about witchcraft allegations that were being made against her.
Ndlovu advised her mother not to worry about the allegations and at around 7pm they both went to sleep in separate huts.
The next morning at around 11am Ndlovu went to check her mother in her room only to find her hanging from a roof with a white cloth.
Ndlovu then advised Shadreck Chauke a neighbour, and he told Thomas Shangano a villagehead who later reported the case to Chikombedzi Police Station local news .


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