Women Forced Into Sex 25 Times A Day

 

 

 

women having sex force

 

US authorities say young Mexican women were driven to rural New Jersey and forced to have sex with 25 farmworkers a day or were confined to dingy brothels in the New York City area, being paid very little or nothing at all.

A criminal complaint charges 13 people with smuggling dozens of women into the United States and forcing them into prostitution.

Some of the defendants were to appear Wednesday in federal court in Manhattan to face multiple counts including sex trafficking and interstate transportation for prostitution.

The ring “lured their unsuspecting victims to the United States and then consigned them to a living hell,” US Attorney Preet Bharara said in a statement.

The investigation was among several aimed at “blockading the repugnant sex trafficking corridor” used to exploit victims from Tenancingo, Mexico, said James Hayes, head of Immigration and Customs Enforcement in New York.

Tenancingo, an impoverished town in Tlaxcala state, has long been a notorious haven for pimps who use a combination of threats, abuse and broken promises of marriage and jobs to put innocent victims, some only in their teens, on a path to sex slavery in Mexico City and in large cities in the United States.
Most victims eventually manage to escape, authorities say in court papers.

But “without legal status in the United States, without family and friends for support, without employment opportunities and as a result of the trauma they suffered, victims sometimes return to prostitution.”

According to the complaint, the ring provided its victims with condoms and birth control pills while making them have sex with up to 30 men a day. The men paid $30 for 15 minutes.

The women sometimes got a $15 cut, but that usually went to the traffickers. If convicted, some of the defendants face a maximum sentence of life in prison.

 

Zimbabwe bans sexual enhancers

 

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The Medicines Control Authority of Zimbabwe (MCAZ) has banned the sale of a variety of drugs that claim to enhance male sexual performance amid concern over their safety and authenticity.

Zimbabwe has over the past few months been flooded by a wide range of drugs that claim to enhance the sexual performance of men and in some cases women.

These drugs, which are readily available in pharmacies and in the streets, are manufactured in countries such as India, Indonesia, Zambia and China.

Some of these drugs found their way onto the market after getting the nod from the MCAZ, but in a statement on Friday, the authority’s director-general, Ms Gugu Mahlangu, disclosed that they were tightening the screws after getting wind of the fact that they were misled by manufacturers and pharmacies.

“The authority advises all suppliers, distributors and retailers of complementary medicines that are labelled, represented or used as male sexual performance (libido) enhancers that such products are now deemed registrable. Any previous exemption from registration is hereby revoked,” she said.

“The products were presented to the authority for determination of registerability as nutritional supplements with vague statements such as increasing stamina without any overt claims for increasing libido and yet they were subsequently marketed as libido enhancers.

“Whereas the MCAZ has registered prescription-only sexual performance enhancement agents such as sildenafil found in Viagra, Canova, Seregra and tadafil in Cialis for patients suffering from erectile dysfunction (ED), the unregistered male sexual performance enhancement agents are being sold to people who do not suffer from ED and have no access to medical advice.”

Ms Mahlangu added that the MCAZ has analysed the “safety, quality and efficacy” of the unregistered male sexual performance enhancement agents and resolved to ban their sale with effect from Wednesday this week.

In the statement, which was copied to pharmacies as well as the Zimbabwe Republic Police, the MCAZ disclosed that “all suppliers and retailers that received authorisation or exempt letters are required to withdraw such products from the market immediately and contact the authority for further advice.”

The banned enhancers include Oto, Niagra, Wild Horse, M-Energex, Rock Hard Weekend, 21st Century Herbs for Forty Plus Men, Uqedizininga Men’s Libido and Power 1.

However, Ms Mahlangu reiterated that other enhancers that are not mentioned on the MCAZ statement are not necessarily exempted from the ban.

Makandiwa’s church pays ransom

 

Makandiwa's church pays ransom

A Kwekwe man was yesterday slapped with a 10-year jail sentence for kidnapping a four-year-old girl at Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa’s United Family International Church service in the town and later demanding a US$40 000 ransom.

Andrew Musarurwa (23), Rumbidzai Chimimba (20) and a 17-year-old boy, all of Kwekwe’s Mbizo high-density suburb, were arrested a few days after receiving the money and releasing the child.

Musaruwa pleaded guilty when he appeared before Kwekwe regional magistrate Mr Amos Mbobo facing charges of contravening section 93 (3)(a)(i) of the Criminal Law Codification and Reform Act.

Mr Mbobo suspended two years on Musarurwa’s sentence on condition of good behaviour, while Chimimba and the 17-year-old boy were remanded in custody after they pleaded not guilty.

The kidnapped child belonged to a prominent Kwekwe businessman.

The circumstances were that on Sunday last week, the three kidnappers went to UFIC church at New Mining Museum Hall at around 1.30pm where they kidnapped the girl.

They then hired a getaway car which they used to ferry the girl to Gokwe where they kept her at their hideout.

After the church service, the girl’s parents searched for her but their efforts were in vain, prompting them to report the matter to the police.

The following day, the kidnappers made a call to a member of the church demanding the details of the girl’s mother. They then made another anonymous call to the girl’s parents demanding a ransom of US$40 000.

Police investigations revealed that the call was being made within the 10km radius of the Mbizo Econet booster, but the mobile phone number was registered in the name of a resident of Dombotombo suburb in Marondera.

On Tuesday last week, the girl’s mother then called the kidnappers informing them that she had raised the required amount.
They gave her directions to a storm water drain at a 20km peg along the Kwekwe-Mvuma road where she was supposed to drop the money and was advised not to bring the police or any other person.

At around 1pm, the girl’s mother went and dropped the money at the said point before informing the kidnappers. After an hour, the kidnappers called to inform her that they had seen the money and that they would make arrangements to return the child.

At around 9pm, the kidnappers called the girl’s mother to collect her daughter at a fast food outlet in Kwekwe where she found her eating some food bought by the kidnappers.

The kidnappers then went to Gweru where they bought a Nissan Caravan before driving to another hideout house in Nkulumane suburb in Bulawayo. The police made a follow-up with the assistance of members of the public and went to Gokwe where the kidnappers had kept the girl while demanding the ransom.

The police discovered some photos of the three kidnappers before proceeding to Gweru after the call history of the kidnappers had linked them to a subscriber in Mkoba Village 10 suburb. The police also traced another phone number which the kidnappers were using and discovered that it belonged to a subscriber from Tshabalala in Bulawayo.

Relatives of the three provided police with the address where they were staying in Bulawayo.

On Monday, the police went to Bulawayo where they waylaid them before arresting Chimimba who they found in the house.
Musarurwa and the 17-year-old boy were arrested later.

Police recovered US$10 200, a Nissan Caravan, BMW sedan, king-size bed, three-piece kitchen unit, wardrobe, four-plate stove, Telefunken LCD television set, refrigerator and several clothing items all valued at US$20 000 which were suspected to have been acquired using the ransom money.

Hubby punishes wife using red-hot stove

HARARE – A Dzivarasekwa man who allegedly ordered his wife to place her hands on a red hot stove as punishment has been dragged to court. David Hazangwi was brought before Harare Civil Court by his wife Venus Rusike on allegations of physical abuse. 

Hubby punishes wife using red-hot stove

Hubby punishes wife using red-hot stove

Rusike told the court that her husband assaults her and their children for “silly” reasons. “I have been married to this man for 15 years and living with him has been hell. He is very abusive and uses a knife to threaten me and our children,” she said.

“He once switched the stove on and ordered me to place my hands on it when it was red hot saying he would eat them, just because I had delayed opening the door for him.”

Rusike said she had tried to consult their relatives about the issues but to no avail.

“I tried to involve our relatives to resolve our issues but the situation got worse. I now fear for the security of the kids. He left the house on August 19 and left me with nothing to fend for our kids.” Daily News

Budiriro witches exposed as hired Chihota hookers

 

TWO women who were reportedly found naked, sitting in winnowing baskets with an assortment of paraphernalia associated with witchcraft, including an owl, in the wee hours of the morning, are said to have stage managed the event in cahoots with a self-styled prophet seeking popularity. 

naked women arrested for witch craft

The women, who set tongues wagging in the capital, are said to have been hired by fake prophets to masquerade as witches so that they (prophets) could draw clients.

Instead, the two are known “prostitutes” from Chihota Communal Lands and not from Nembudziya, Gokwe as they initially claimed.

It has also been established that they used pseudonyms on arrest.

The women called themselves Chipo Chakanja and Maria Moyo. Both “witches” were wearing “skin tights” and had winnowing baskets with an assortment of muti, a red snail, animal hides and a live owl.

One had short natural hair while the other had a “fancy but overstayed hairstyle”. Both had their fingernails polished. They smeared what looked like charcoal or some unknown black substance on their bodies and faces ― from their waists upwards.

Investigations revealed that the women lied about their names and where they had come from. On Monday, The Herald went to Landos, Chihota, a few kilometres from Harare and spoke with the relatives of the pair who confirmed that they were women of easy virtue.

It is said the events of last Wednesday were staged, but things went awry. The woman who identified herself as Chipo Chakanja is in fact Christine Matiyenga (28) and the one who called herself Maria Moyo is Elnette Jinya (age not given), both from Chihota.

The two stay in rented rooms at Landos Business Centre. Christine rents a room at Munyama store, while Elnette rents at Mai Tigere’s store.

Since their arrest on allegations of witchcraft, the rooms they rented were locked up and their relatives including one of the women’s lover were worried about how they got into the deal.

Information sent to this reporter’s cellphone on Tuesday while on his way from Chihota says the deal initially involved six women and all wanted to take part in the botched pact, but the others chickened out as they feared “practising witchcraft”.

This left the two courageous ones. The message revealed the names of the others who refused to take part in the arrangement saying: “These are the other two ‘witches’. They were a group of six Mellisa, Precious, Forget, Pauline. They know the truth. They are the ones who escaped. We were ashamed of talking because they were present (during the interview).”

The live owl they had in Budiriro is said to have been bought at Landos Business Centre from a man who captured it in a grinding mill.

Word doing the rounds is that the two women entered the deal after being promised lots of money by the self-styled prophets.

Some of the money was paid before they became “witches” in Harare but it is not yet ascertained how much they were given. Nyaradzo Mubako (34) who stayed with the two said they were together the previous night.

“We stay together and I was very surprised. We were together the previous night and they were picked by a certain car. I just heard that Mai Fa*** (Elnette) and Christine were caught in Harare naked and practicing witchcraft.

“These two are not witches, they are just looking for money but this is so embarrassing,” Nyaradzo said.

Mai George Toddie (37) said she does not believe the two are witches but prostitutes who are well known in Chihota.

Filda Munyama (33), who is Christine’s landlady, said they spent the afternoon with the “witches” before they were caught in Harare the next morning.

“We spent the day plaiting Mai B’s hair.

They left at night and were ferried by a blue Navarra (Nissan Registration No. ACM 7249) when they left for Harare.

“They carried winnowing baskets which they were later found with when they “turned witches”.

“They are not witches but had been promised a lot of money by a Harare prophet who works with Zunzamandere, traditional healers from Chihota who hoodwink people,” Munyama said.

Investigations revealed that the Nissan Navara was registered in the name of a Harare woman who stays in Marlborough (contact number given)

When asked about her car and who was using it, the woman said: “I sold the car three years ago to a man who is not a prophet.

Maybe the prophet later bought it from the person I sold it to. My son is not here, he has all the paperwork, I could have given it to you,” the woman said.

The same car was seen by this news crew at the house where the “witches” were caught last week. It is believed the car dropped off the naked self confessed “witches” at the house at 4 am.

Christine’s brother, Kingstone Matiyenga (27) said he does not get along with his sister because of her uncanny behavior.

“What Christine did is embarrassing. She does a lot of other embarrassing things including pretending to be a witch because of the love of money.

She is not a witch, she used to cook sadza and sell it at Landos. We just heard from the newspapers, radios and television that they fell off winnowing baskets at a shrine.

“We were seven in our family and both our parents are dead.

Even our brother in Harare does not approve of her behavior. She was just sobbing when I went to visit her in jail. She could not talk to me and it is said she has not been eating for days,” Kingstone said.

He urged police to arrest the fake prophets who he says sweet-talked his sister into masquerading as a witch.

“What I know is that Christine was in love with a certain traditional healer, Zunzamandere (Zunza), who compelled her to get into the difficult situation she is in now,” added Kingstone.

He said he suspects that the traditional healer and prophets first intoxicated the two before they agreed to become ‘’witches’’.

Christine’s sibling, Talent Matiyenga, said she was both hurt and embarrassed by what her sister did.

Talent Dzawo (18), also from Chihota said she was embarrassed by what the two did.

“The way our fellow villagers looked for money is an embarrassment of the whole area,” said Talent.

Christine’s uncle, Goodwick Adam (33) said the two were approached by Harare based prophets who work with a witch hunter (Tsikamutanda) and agreed that they pretend to be witches at a house or shrine where the prophets operate from.

“The owl found in their possession was caught here at Landos in a disused grinding mill. It was trapped by nets and the person who caught it charged US$80 but was only paid US$20,” Mr Adam said.

Some of the things that were used came from Elnette’s house. She was once married to a fake traditional healer one Innocent Komboni Jinya.

Jinya who was a self-confessed witch hunter died on June 1 this year.

He was once arrested and stayed in prison for five years after he was found guilty of tricking people by throwing strange items he claimed were used for witchcraft purposes.

“The medicine, hides and snails that were in the winnowing basket came from Mai Fa***, and belonged to her late husband. When he died, she did not hand over the things to his relatives.

“The husband used to trick people until he was arrested alongside his eight accomplices. Mai Fa*** carried on with the trade with other fake witch hunters, and also became their lover,” said a man who did not want to be identified.

Christine or Mai Evans is from Muhove Village, near Landos and both her parents are late. She has three children and the eldest is in Form One in Hwedza with his or her father, but the other kids stay at her late parent’s home in Chihota.

“The person who captured the owl is Christine’s relative, Tindo. Please do not publish my name, I will be harmed because this issue involves money. The relatives are well known for assaulting people. I will become homeless,” said a certain woman.

Cana Chiriseri (30), who is Christine’s sister ― in ― law (brother’s wife) described what her in law did as unspeakable.

Chritstine’s friend ― Rachel Chimema (19) ― said her friend did not tell her anything and she was shocked to hear that she had been arrested for witchcraft.

Peter Muchabaiwa (36) who claimed to be Christine’s lover said he was embarrassed by what his partner did.

“My prostitute embarrassed me. I do not know where to hide, people are now calling me ‘husband’ of a witch. She should have told me that she wanted money. I could have looked for it instead of her doing this,” he opined.

Linda Moyo (25) said the two were not witches but well known prostitutes.

“They are prostitutes, they are not witches, they are just looking for money,” she said.

Pauline Tavirimirwa (27) also confirmed that the two were prostitutes.

Petronella Mlambo, popularly known as Wasu and works in a bar at Landos also refuted allegations that the two were witches adding that they were just looking for money by any means, prostitution included.

Peter Munindwa (75), Elnette’s neigbour said he arrived home from work and found her door locked only to hear that she had been found naked in Harare.

“Both Elnette and Christine are not witches, they are just prostitutes. A prostitute can do anything,” said Sekuru Munindwa.

Tazvitya Nzuwa (78) said cases of people being tricked by witch hunters were prevalent in Chihota.

“These people should be arrested, look now our children are now being labeled witches. They are not witches but prostitutes,” he said.

A woman who preferred anonymity said she almost became part of the deal.

“Mai Fa*** and Christine came to my house saying they had struck a deal which would give us a lot of money with a Harare prophet. They said the prophet drove a Navara.

They said they would go that night and return with loads of cash the next morning.

“I asked what the deal involved and they remained mum and as they were planning they were already looking for a shop to rent. The rentals would be paid using the money they would have made,’ said the woman.

Elnette’s sister-in-law (husband’s sister) ― Mai Agnes Jinya (52) — said she was surprised by what she did.

“We used to stay together in Jinya village when my brother Innocent was still alive. Elnette moved to the ‘township’ where I also now stay after my brother died. They are both not witches, they love money too much but this time their greed was too much.

“She has two kids ― our village head is Ukama. When the two were arrested, Elnette’s children went to stay with my brother,” said Agnes.

Fa*** is in Grade 6 at a school in the area.

Meanwhile, the two women were remanded to September 26. In an interview with The Sunday Mail from Chikurubi Maximum Prison last week, the two said they were being used by evil spirits and repeated their claim that they were from Gokwe.

But since this story was broken, not one person in Gokwe professed to knowing them. The prophet who operates from the house where the two “fell off” ― Madzibaba Matewu Alfreddie Mupfumbati (30) of the Ungano yaVapositori Church ― said they denied paying the women to masquerade as witches.

“People cannot be stopped from saying what they like. I just help people through prayer. God is the one who exposed the witches. I started praying and prophesying when I was in Grade 7. I was a member of the Mugodhi Church in Dotito, Mount Darwin,” he said.

He also dismissed rumours that the Navara which ferried the women was later spotted parked at his shrine. Mathew Jiya (29) of Mhondoro who works with Madzibaba Mupfumbati said he was not surprised that ‘’witches’’ were found at their shrine as bigger things had happened there, but they kept a low profile.

The room in which the ‘’prophets’’ operate from contains traditional walking sticks, red wrapping cloths and traditional medicines despite them saying they do not use such.

When these women were caught naked, they were taken to Budiriro Police Station and later Mbare Magistrates’ Court while wrapped in red cloths, similar to those in the ‘’prophets’’’ house.

It is said the ‘’prophets’’ gave them the wrapping cloths. Ever since the naked “witches” were found outside the Budiriro home, business has been booming for Madzibaba Mupfumbati and Matthew Jiya with many flocking to them for assistance. Herald

naked women arrested for witch craft

The women, who set tongues wagging in the capital, are said to have been hired by fake prophets to masquerade as witches so that they (prophets) could draw clients.

Instead, the two are known “prostitutes” from Chihota Communal Lands and not from Nembudziya, Gokwe as they initially claimed.

It has also been established that they used pseudonyms on arrest.

The women called themselves Chipo Chakanja and Maria Moyo. Both “witches” were wearing “skin tights” and had winnowing baskets with an assortment of muti, a red snail, animal hides and a live owl.

One had short natural hair while the other had a “fancy but overstayed hairstyle”. Both had their fingernails polished. They smeared what looked like charcoal or some unknown black substance on their bodies and faces ― from their waists upwards.

Investigations revealed that the women lied about their names and where they had come from. On Monday, The Herald went to Landos, Chihota, a few kilometres from Harare and spoke with the relatives of the pair who confirmed that they were women of easy virtue.

It is said the events of last Wednesday were staged, but things went awry. The woman who identified herself as Chipo Chakanja is in fact Christine Matiyenga (28) and the one who called herself Maria Moyo is Elnette Jinya (age not given), both from Chihota.

The two stay in rented rooms at Landos Business Centre. Christine rents a room at Munyama store, while Elnette rents at Mai Tigere’s store.

Since their arrest on allegations of witchcraft, the rooms they rented were locked up and their relatives including one of the women’s lover were worried about how they got into the deal.

Information sent to this reporter’s cellphone on Tuesday while on his way from Chihota says the deal initially involved six women and all wanted to take part in the botched pact, but the others chickened out as they feared “practising witchcraft”.

This left the two courageous ones. The message revealed the names of the others who refused to take part in the arrangement saying: “These are the other two ‘witches’. They were a group of six Mellisa, Precious, Forget, Pauline. They know the truth. They are the ones who escaped. We were ashamed of talking because they were present (during the interview).”

The live owl they had in Budiriro is said to have been bought at Landos Business Centre from a man who captured it in a grinding mill.

Word doing the rounds is that the two women entered the deal after being promised lots of money by the self-styled prophets.

Some of the money was paid before they became “witches” in Harare but it is not yet ascertained how much they were given. Nyaradzo Mubako (34) who stayed with the two said they were together the previous night.

“We stay together and I was very surprised. We were together the previous night and they were picked by a certain car. I just heard that Mai Fa*** (Elnette) and Christine were caught in Harare naked and practicing witchcraft.

“These two are not witches, they are just looking for money but this is so embarrassing,” Nyaradzo said.

Mai George Toddie (37) said she does not believe the two are witches but prostitutes who are well known in Chihota.

Filda Munyama (33), who is Christine’s landlady, said they spent the afternoon with the “witches” before they were caught in Harare the next morning.

“We spent the day plaiting Mai B’s hair.

They left at night and were ferried by a blue Navarra (Nissan Registration No. ACM 7249) when they left for Harare.

“They carried winnowing baskets which they were later found with when they “turned witches”.

“They are not witches but had been promised a lot of money by a Harare prophet who works with Zunzamandere, traditional healers from Chihota who hoodwink people,” Munyama said.

Investigations revealed that the Nissan Navara was registered in the name of a Harare woman who stays in Marlborough (contact number given)

When asked about her car and who was using it, the woman said: “I sold the car three years ago to a man who is not a prophet.

Maybe the prophet later bought it from the person I sold it to. My son is not here, he has all the paperwork, I could have given it to you,” the woman said.

The same car was seen by this news crew at the house where the “witches” were caught last week. It is believed the car dropped off the naked self confessed “witches” at the house at 4 am.

Christine’s brother, Kingstone Matiyenga (27) said he does not get along with his sister because of her uncanny behavior.

“What Christine did is embarrassing. She does a lot of other embarrassing things including pretending to be a witch because of the love of money.

She is not a witch, she used to cook sadza and sell it at Landos. We just heard from the newspapers, radios and television that they fell off winnowing baskets at a shrine.

“We were seven in our family and both our parents are dead.

Even our brother in Harare does not approve of her behavior. She was just sobbing when I went to visit her in jail. She could not talk to me and it is said she has not been eating for days,” Kingstone said.

He urged police to arrest the fake prophets who he says sweet-talked his sister into masquerading as a witch.

“What I know is that Christine was in love with a certain traditional healer, Zunzamandere (Zunza), who compelled her to get into the difficult situation she is in now,” added Kingstone.

He said he suspects that the traditional healer and prophets first intoxicated the two before they agreed to become ‘’witches’’.

Christine’s sibling, Talent Matiyenga, said she was both hurt and embarrassed by what her sister did.

Talent Dzawo (18), also from Chihota said she was embarrassed by what the two did.

“The way our fellow villagers looked for money is an embarrassment of the whole area,” said Talent.

Christine’s uncle, Goodwick Adam (33) said the two were approached by Harare based prophets who work with a witch hunter (Tsikamutanda) and agreed that they pretend to be witches at a house or shrine where the prophets operate from.

“The owl found in their possession was caught here at Landos in a disused grinding mill. It was trapped by nets and the person who caught it charged US$80 but was only paid US$20,” Mr Adam said.

Some of the things that were used came from Elnette’s house. She was once married to a fake traditional healer one Innocent Komboni Jinya.

Jinya who was a self-confessed witch hunter died on June 1 this year.

He was once arrested and stayed in prison for five years after he was found guilty of tricking people by throwing strange items he claimed were used for witchcraft purposes.

“The medicine, hides and snails that were in the winnowing basket came from Mai Fa***, and belonged to her late husband. When he died, she did not hand over the things to his relatives.

“The husband used to trick people until he was arrested alongside his eight accomplices. Mai Fa*** carried on with the trade with other fake witch hunters, and also became their lover,” said a man who did not want to be identified.

Christine or Mai Evans is from Muhove Village, near Landos and both her parents are late. She has three children and the eldest is in Form One in Hwedza with his or her father, but the other kids stay at her late parent’s home in Chihota.

“The person who captured the owl is Christine’s relative, Tindo. Please do not publish my name, I will be harmed because this issue involves money. The relatives are well known for assaulting people. I will become homeless,” said a certain woman.

Cana Chiriseri (30), who is Christine’s sister ― in ― law (brother’s wife) described what her in law did as unspeakable.

Chritstine’s friend ― Rachel Chimema (19) ― said her friend did not tell her anything and she was shocked to hear that she had been arrested for witchcraft.

Peter Muchabaiwa (36) who claimed to be Christine’s lover said he was embarrassed by what his partner did.

“My prostitute embarrassed me. I do not know where to hide, people are now calling me ‘husband’ of a witch. She should have told me that she wanted money. I could have looked for it instead of her doing this,” he opined.

Linda Moyo (25) said the two were not witches but well known prostitutes.

“They are prostitutes, they are not witches, they are just looking for money,” she said.

Pauline Tavirimirwa (27) also confirmed that the two were prostitutes.

Petronella Mlambo, popularly known as Wasu and works in a bar at Landos also refuted allegations that the two were witches adding that they were just looking for money by any means, prostitution included.

Peter Munindwa (75), Elnette’s neigbour said he arrived home from work and found her door locked only to hear that she had been found naked in Harare.

“Both Elnette and Christine are not witches, they are just prostitutes. A prostitute can do anything,” said Sekuru Munindwa.

Tazvitya Nzuwa (78) said cases of people being tricked by witch hunters were prevalent in Chihota.

“These people should be arrested, look now our children are now being labeled witches. They are not witches but prostitutes,” he said.

A woman who preferred anonymity said she almost became part of the deal.

“Mai Fa*** and Christine came to my house saying they had struck a deal which would give us a lot of money with a Harare prophet. They said the prophet drove a Navara.

They said they would go that night and return with loads of cash the next morning.

“I asked what the deal involved and they remained mum and as they were planning they were already looking for a shop to rent. The rentals would be paid using the money they would have made,’ said the woman.

Elnette’s sister-in-law (husband’s sister) ― Mai Agnes Jinya (52) — said she was surprised by what she did.

“We used to stay together in Jinya village when my brother Innocent was still alive. Elnette moved to the ‘township’ where I also now stay after my brother died. They are both not witches, they love money too much but this time their greed was too much.

“She has two kids ― our village head is Ukama. When the two were arrested, Elnette’s children went to stay with my brother,” said Agnes.

Fa*** is in Grade 6 at a school in the area.

Meanwhile, the two women were remanded to September 26. In an interview with The Sunday Mail from Chikurubi Maximum Prison last week, the two said they were being used by evil spirits and repeated their claim that they were from Gokwe.

But since this story was broken, not one person in Gokwe professed to knowing them. The prophet who operates from the house where the two “fell off” ― Madzibaba Matewu Alfreddie Mupfumbati (30) of the Ungano yaVapositori Church ― said they denied paying the women to masquerade as witches.

“People cannot be stopped from saying what they like. I just help people through prayer. God is the one who exposed the witches. I started praying and prophesying when I was in Grade 7. I was a member of the Mugodhi Church in Dotito, Mount Darwin,” he said.

He also dismissed rumours that the Navara which ferried the women was later spotted parked at his shrine. Mathew Jiya (29) of Mhondoro who works with Madzibaba Mupfumbati said he was not surprised that ‘’witches’’ were found at their shrine as bigger things had happened there, but they kept a low profile.

The room in which the ‘’prophets’’ operate from contains traditional walking sticks, red wrapping cloths and traditional medicines despite them saying they do not use such.

When these women were caught naked, they were taken to Budiriro Police Station and later Mbare Magistrates’ Court while wrapped in red cloths, similar to those in the ‘’prophets’’’ house.

It is said the ‘’prophets’’ gave them the wrapping cloths. Ever since the naked “witches” were found outside the Budiriro home, business has been booming for Madzibaba Mupfumbati and Matthew Jiya with many flocking to them for assistance. Herald

4 years in prison for Gutu Form 4 boy who described teacher’s privates

arrested kusungwa

A Gutu female teacher from Chiguhume Secondary School paid dearly for her moral lessons to students when, after one such a lesson, a pupil sent her a long vulgar message describing the teacher’s private parts and those of some of her (teacher’s) relatives.

Tawanda Gwatidzo (20) sent a cellphone message to his female teacher describing how ugly her private parts were and how they compared with her grandmother’s. he demanded that the teacher, Mrs Eugenia Defe (30) stop poking her nose into the love affairs of school pupils and threatened the teacher with witchcraft if she failed to take hid.

The message on the phone read: “Musatanyo** muromo seshu** yegakanje. Zvevana vechikoro uneinazvo rega vadanane iwe hauna murume wako here satanyo**. Mh**** seyambuya vako ndoda kuzvipedza asi kana uchida kuti ndiite wechitwo (murume wako) ndouya. Muno muChinguhute unoenda muromo padivi. Muromo sedinj* renguruve

Magistrate Nyasha Vitorini slapped Gwatidzo with four years in jail which were wholly suspended and then ordered him to do 140 hours of community service. The four years will be invoked if the Form 4 pupil who claims to know how his married teacher’s privates look like, ever describes them again.

The court heard that on 24 July 2013, the 20-year-old school boy of Chinomwe Village under Chief Munyikwa who is doing his Form Four at Chiguhure Secondary School sent a text message to his school teacher, Mrs Eugenia Defe, and insulted her in vulgar.

It is further alleged that Mrs Defe had earlier on at that school advised students not to engage in love affairs as they needed to concentrate on their education first. The ‘advice’ did not go down too well with 20-year-old Gwatidzo who went home after school and sent a lengthy sms to his female married teacher using his mobile phone.

Irked by the seemingly shocking description of her own privates, the teacher reported the matter leading to her student’s arrest. Gwatidzo pleaded guilty to the charges.

Agatha Gabriel prosecuted.

How to Kiss a Girl or Woman and Be AMAZING

 

You know the old saying:

“Only fools rush in.”

Well, this goes for kissing as much as anything else (even for the spontaneous kiss… I’ll discuss how just below).

A rushed kiss is a bad kiss, plain and simple. Picture a guy in a movie who’s got to go save the world, who grabs a girl and kisses her really fast, then rushes off to go fight monsters or aliens or Nazis or zombies or whatever it is. Is that ever an incredible kiss?

No, it’s not. It’s a rushed kiss… and it’s nice, but it’s emotionless… and it sucks, as far as kisses go.

And that’s no way to kiss a girl.

kissing

Kissing a Woman

That in mind, let’s plunge into our bullets on being great at kissing women:

Build some anticipation. She really ought to be trembling by the time your lips touch hers. Lean in… get your mouth very, very close to hers… then stop, just for a split second. Let your breath touch her lips. If she leans forward and tries to kiss you, pull back a little bit so that your lips stay just out of range of hers. You can tease her this way for half a second, or for three seconds, or even longer if you’re a big tease.

Why’s this work? Because women are most attracted to experienced men (see the article on preselection) who know how to lead women.

Begin lightly. Most men plunge inelegantly into a kiss, diving into women’s lips and sometimes even into their mouths, tongue-first. This lack of control and of teasing is not good form, and it’s not a good kiss for a girl. It can even be sloppy, messy, and downright annoying.

Instead, begin by very lightly kissing her lips. You can think of this as “nibbling” on her lips. Kiss one of her lips at a time… don’t try and suck her entire mouth into yours as so many inexperienced kissers are wont to do. Lightly kiss her upper lip… then lightly kiss her lower lip.

At that point, she may be trying to suck your mouth in… but don’t let her.

Not yet.

Wait for her to be almost desperate to kiss you more passionately. You can’t always get this one… if you didn’t build up emotions properly, or if you’re doing a spontaneous manhandle kiss, for instance, she might not always have a strong desire to kiss you passionately – and some girls just aren’t passionate kissers, plain and simple. Some girls don’t even like kissing all that much. But with the ones who like it, and the ones who are excited and passionate, wait for them to reach a fevered pitch before you really dive in.

You’ll know you’ve reached that point when she begins kissing you faster and deeper, grabbing you with her hands, and moaning a bit. The moment that starts happening, she’s reached a threshold where she can no longer contain her desire for you… and it’s time for you to turn the dial up on the heat.

Now, dive in. Once she’s properly bursting at the seams – or, if she isn’t passionate or hasn’t been emotionally primed, then once you’ve spent about 2 or 3 seconds kissing her lightly – now you can open your mouth widely and really start making out. I know, you wanted to do it immediately on kissing her… but trust me, she’ll be blown away at how good a kisser you are by drawing it out just those extra couple of seconds and creating an experience for you.

How exactly do you “dive in?” You do it by kissing her with your mouth open very widely, opening and partially closing it as you kiss her open-mouth. This is easiest to do with your head tilted at an angle compared to hers – she should do this with you naturally.

You want to be passionate here. This is important. A passionate kiss is a great kiss, and if you’re not naturally a passionate person, it’s okay, you can learn. I’m naturally a very dispassionate person (except when I’m angry…), but I’ve had plenty of women tell me I’m very passionate because I trained myself up to be. At first it was a bit odd and forced for me, but these days I don’t even have to think, “Be passionate;” it’s all down pat and automatic at this point. You can make it that way too if you make yourself act passionately (essentially, doing things harder, deeper, and closer).

If you’re naturally passionate, of course, you get a mostly free pass here… but do ask yourself if it’s possible you could be more passionate.
Vary where and how you kiss her. Now that you’re free to kiss her open-mouth, you should just do that the whole time… right?
Wrong. That’s boring! No girl can stay excited by a guy who just keeps kissing her the same way for minutes on end!
Instead, you want to vary things up, between kissing her open-mouth, kissing her lips, and lightly biting her lips. When you kiss her lips, you won’t be doing the same light kissing as you did when you first started kissing her – now you want to kiss her lips deeply and passionately.
Mix up your kissing, kiss her different ways for different lengths of time (measured in seconds, not minutes) – don’t move too erratically from one kiss to the next, but don’t spend so long doing one kiss that the seasons start changing outside, either. You can also change the tilt of your head – this is a very passionate move. Your head might be tilted to your right, and hers to her right, and then you’ll tilt your head to your left and move her head to tilt to her left.

You can change your head tilt multiple times, within even 5 or 6 seconds of each – e.g., start light kissing… 3 seconds later, start passionate kissing… 5 seconds later, change the tilt of your head… 6 seconds later, change it again. After this, you’ll want to pause for a little while… don’t keep changing the tilt, she’ll think you’ve got some massive tic going on! But a little bit of this can be very exciting.

Should you ever French kiss? I’m of the mind that a French (tongue) kiss is an inelegant kiss, and it defuses a lot of passion and removes much intrigue. I think you want to break the “tongue barrier” at some point early (but not too early) into a kiss, just so that she doesn’t think you’re afraid of French kissing or don’t know how, and also so she doesn’t think you’re a stick-in-the mud she has to control herself around if she really likes tongue kissing, but after that you mostly want to leave it alone.

If she wants to do it, fine, but you’ll find what she’ll enjoy even more than you rubbing your tongue back against hers is if, once her tongue darts into your mouth, you kiss her tongue (with your mouth and lips) instead. Not many men (no men?) will ever have done this to her before, and it’s quite exciting and different.

Stop at some point… then go back in. At some point early into kissing her, I strongly recommend you to stop, pull back a bit, and stare directly into her eyes with a small smile on her face. You can compliment her – “You’re a good kisser” – or not, it’s not very important – whatever makes you feel more comfortable. But the important thing is that you do it.
Why’s this important? Basically, it’s good for two reasons:

It lets her feel you’re very in control (which is very attractive to her)

And it prevents her from doing it first (which some women will do to try and seize control over things from you if they want to slow things down or position you more in a boyfriend role or a “some guy who’s trying to get me” role, rather than the lover role or the “some guy she can’t keep her hands off” role that you want established)
Stopping briefly and then resuming is a strong move that ups attraction and unwinds the desire that most stronger women have to seize control of things and direct them the way they want them to go. Essentially, you show a girl that you know how to direct things, and will take them in the most compelling, exciting, fulfilling direction there is.
… and that’s it. If you do all those things, and put together a great experience throughout the course of your interaction with a girl, and follow that up and precede your kiss with a flawless transition, you’ll give her a kiss that will curl her toes.

two sisters in Bulawayo Zimbabwe are making money by selling virgins for 40 to 100 dollars

 

virgins for sale in zimbabwe

virgins for sale in zimbabwe

Looking for a virgin? if the answer is yes, then Cowdry Park suburb in Bulawayo is the place to be! Two sisters have turned ‘pimptresses’ and are reported to be recruiting virgin girls and SELLING them to willing buyers as a house cum hair salon and brothel. The duo, aged 21 and 24 (names withheld) have turned their parents’ house into another popular American businessman, Hugh Hefner’s Playboy mansion.

The pair is allegedly luring girls between the ages of 15 and 18 after promising them a share of the bounty. Prices for ‘untapped’ girls range from US$40 to $100 depending on the ‘assets’ (breasts and buttocks) that the girl is endowed with. The recruitment of girls is said  to have started in December last year and has gone unabated since then.

Most of the conscripted girls are Luveve High School pupils. A source said sometime in January, one of the girls contracted a sexual transmitted infection, an occurrence which opened a Pandora’s Box.

“The girl, whom I believe was about 15 years old, contracted herpes, and fearing what her parents would say, she fled to South Africa. I fear that she has not been treated and might be infecting other people because she does not have proper travelling documents,” said the source.

We also caught up with one of the victims who narrated how she was introduced to the ‘pimptresses’. Her identity could not be revealed as she is a minor.

“I was introduced to the two by my friend who had gone to their house to get her hair done. She told me that the sisters said to her she could change hairstyles willy nilly as they knew some people who would pay for her,” she said.

The 16-year-old girl said, eager to change hairstyles as and when she wanted, she bought the idea.

“After noticing that my friend was changing hairstyles frequently in December I asked her how I could do the same. I then spoke  to the sisters who told me that I could make money by sleeping with men. I only slept with one man but my friend was made to sleep with four men but on separate occasions. Sex was done at the sisters’ house where, upon finishing, the men would pay them money and we were given our share which sometimes came in the form of new hairstyles,” she said.

The two sisters were elusive when contacted for comment as they locked themselves inside their home and their cell phones were not reachable. Bmetro

Man thoroughly bashed by 30 women for using mubobobo

About 30 women based at a mine in Penhalonga ran amok and meted instant justice on a mine employee they believed possessed the abhorred supernatural powers in which he could have non-consensual sex without them noticing (mubobobo).

beaten up by women for using mubobobo

beaten up by women for using mubobobo

The women were later aided by several other residents who forced management at Golden Kopje Mine to evict the man and his father from the compound saying they had stretched their patience to the limit and could not stomach the secretive sexual exploit anymore.

The suspect was identified as Wonder Chiweshe and his father – a security guard with Guard Alert – were force-marched from the compound as the marauding women bayed for their blood. The matter was not reported to police.

It is reported that the Chiweshes were only saved by mine security guards who came to the rescue and escorted the pair off the mine compound. Their belongings were ferried in a hired truck following the melee.

“The women were agitated and wanted to beat Wonder and his father for using mubobobo on them. Two weeks ago, Wonder was caught in the mubobobo act and allegedly confessed. He said he does it with his father. After this act several women came forward and said they were seeing Wonder in their dreams having sexual intercourse with him and they would wake up tired the next morning.

“On Tuesday morning more than 30 women besieged the Chiweshe residence, demanding the immediate eviction of Wonder and his father. They complained that their lives and marriages were in danger because of the mubobobo being perpetrated against them by the two. At first Wonder and his father refused to leave their lodgings, but the crowd grew bigger and they eventually left the area. Managers at the mine also intervened and made sure that transport was made available to ferry the family’s property off the compound,” said Mrs Makaza who witnessed the incident.

Last week, Kelvin Manditereza from Penhalonga wrote to The Weekender complaining about the mubobobo issue.

“Through your paper Editor, allow me to express how people in Redwing Mine village in Penhalonga including myself are feeling towards a known mubobobo man who stays in the same village. Today he entered in a neighbour’s house at around 1pm wrapped himself in a blanket, but naked. After two women in the house shouted, he escaped and residents tried to run after him, but to no avail.

“Last week at the bathrooms where ladies do their laundry, three women screamed when they saw the culprit displaying his private parts in public, but unfortunately one of them was already spoiled with semen on the back of her skirt. Asking the victim what had happened she just said she experienced a moment of dizziness. Editor this is witchcraft.

“On the other day at the late Mr Mwanza’s funeral last year in the same neighbourhood, he was caught red-handed in Oldwest in one of the tuck-shops. He was found busy ‘working’ on a school child around 15 years and his semen was seen flowing down the uniform skirt. Our daughters, wives and sisters in Penhalonga are now afraid of him. ZRP, please can you do something to this issue,” said Manditereza.

Efforts to get a comment from the mine management concerning Tuesday’s fracas were fruitless at the time of going to print. The director general of the Zimbabwe National Traditional Healers’ Association, Mr George Kandiero, said mubobobo was an act of witchcraft which needed traditional cleansing.

“Yes, the community acted correctly by chasing away those perpetrators from the neighbourhood, but the story does not end there because those people will perpetrate the same acts wherever they are heading to. So when such things happen you need to call Zinatha and get assistance to remove the mubobobo completely which in itself is an act of witchcraft,” he said.

newly ‘married’ couple gets stuck for two days during sex act

stuck during sex runyoka

stuck during sex runyoka

A Hope Fountain couple on the outskirts of Bulawayo who decided to dump their partners for each other reportedly got stuck to each other for two days after the woman’s ex husband allegedly used ‘runyoka’ on her.

It is suspected that the bitter Owen Phiri uses supernatural powers to try and win back his estranged wife, Silibaziso Moyo, who had eloped with a neighbour, Samson Nyathi.

A villager who spoke on condition of anonymity revealed that when Moyo and Nyathi moved together to the latter brother’s homestead, Phiri got wind of their whereabouts and approached them.

“When Phiri got to the homestead where the two were staying, he first talked to Nyathi and warned him to stay away from his wife if he did not want to be in trouble. Nyathi took the threats lightly and started shouting at Phiri and even got the support of Moyo who ditched him in front of his rival,” said a source.

The bitter Phiri reportedly told the lovebirds that their relationship was not even going to last a day before leaving. On the night in question after all the drama, the couple did not separate after playing the adults bedroom game.

“Nyathi and Moyo were stuck to each other for two days. On the following day after the drama, Nyathi’s brother is the one who discovered that the two were practically ‘one flesh’. At around 1pm, the brother decided to check on the two and after knocking, his brother ordered him to break the door as they could not open for him. He got the shock of his life after peeing through the window. The brother rushed to look for a traditional healer but he failed to separate the two,” added the source.

The couple was reportedly left with no option but to confront Phiri and when he arrived at the homestead, he laughed at the two before warning them to end their relationship.

“Surprisingly, he never touched them, but after he had left they miraculously separated,” said the source.

When contacted for comment, Phiri confirmed that his ex-wife got stuck to her new lover for two days, but said he was not responsible for the rare occurrence.

“I do not know what caused that, but they say after my departure they then separated and since that day my ex wife has moved to Bulawayo,” he said.

Nyathi had no kind words for his rival.

“Phiri is evil and our relationship failed because of him. That was so cruel of him,” he said. – B-metro