A woman (names withheld) gave birth to a strange looking child on Monday at the General hospital Kagarko, Kagarko local government, after several hours of labour.
Reports say the woman, an indigene of SabonIceh village, gave birth to a baby that looked more like a monkey with unusual ears and feet.
One of the nurses who attended to the woman said, “The pregnant woman was rushed to the hospital at about 7:30 am, Monday. And we immediately took her into the labour room.”
“The woman came in through the out-patient department (OPD) after seeing the doctor on call and I decided to rupture her because the cervix was fully dilated. After I ruptured her, fluid measuring about 26 litres gushed out after which she started bleeding. All this time, the baby was still in the womb.” Read more…
1. A ghost first looks both sides before crossing the road
2. The T.V still makes noise even if you put it on vol 1
3. Millionaires have a “gate Man” instead of an electric gate
4. A flashback plays for 40 mins
5. If you watch Part II for 20 minutes and you can tell what happened on part I Read more…
A Zvishavane man died last Tuesday morning at a Bulawayo hospital in a suspected case of runyoka which saw his manhood elongating to knee-level after he allegedly has sex with a headman’s wife.
The now deceased, whose name could not be ascertained by the time of going to press, is believed to be from Chief Mazvihwa’s area in Zvishavane, Midlands Province.
The man’s mysterious condition reportedly sent shivers down the spines of some patients, visitors and hospital staff at the United Bulawayo Hospitals (UBH). He was reportedly crying and writhing in agony, and died before receiving medical attention. Read more…
A tradomedical practitioner in Lagos has claimed that a 20-year old woman delivered a tortoise and a baby girl in his clinic.
According to P.M News, the woman, Rasheedat Raimi, said she had carried the pregnancy for 10 months before she eventually delivered the baby girl and the tortoise at a trado-medical clinic on Mutairu Street, Off Ijegun Road, outskirts of Lagos. She was in pains as she talked about the strange delivery.
“I came to Yakafi for prayers because of the terrible pains I was having in my stomach. Immediately I got here, prayers were offered and immediately there was a burst of water and blood under me. The tortoise came out with the placenta and the baby came out later. I couldn’t believe my eyes, but I was very weak. I was happy the pain left me. I felt relieved after the delivery. I thank God,” she slowly said.
1. Africa is A Country
Let’s clear this up first and foremost, Africa is not a country.
People often refer to “Africa” as if it is a country rather than a continent. Well, it is a continent and home to 54 independent, unique countries with South Sudan being the latest addition in July 2011. Each country has its own currency, flag, anthem, history, cuisine, music, identity and blend of cultures. In fact more than 2000 languages are spoken in Africa, and its 1 billion inhabitants are made up of over 3000 distinct ethnic groups. Africa is also bigger than most people think it is, even if they know it covers 30,221,000 sq. km (11,679,000 sq. miles). If you combine the USA, China, India, Europe and Japan – they all fit into Africa. In fact the USA fits into the African continent three times! More Africa Facts… Read more…
High-profile businessman and socialite, Kenny Kunene has written an open letter to South African president Jacob Zuma, lambasting him for leading an ANC that wastes taxpayers money. You can read the open letter below:
Dear President Jacob Zuma…
I’m writing this because I’ve never been more disappointed with the ANC you lead. I was once your fervent supporter, I attended some of those night vigils during your trials, and, like many, I believed you would be the force for change the youth and the poor desperately need in our country. Like many others, I donated to your cause when I was called on, and allowed my facilities to be used for ANC and Youth League meetings, sometimes for unusual meetings where your political comeback was planned.
A 16-year-old boy from Bulawayo has learnt the hard way that married women are off limits after he got stuck into her after having sex.
The boy (name withheld) and his alleged ‘girlfriend’, 36-year-old Margaret Msipa, had been having an illicit affair for months. Msipa’s husband who is said to be a haulage truck driver was tipped about the affair and decided to act.
The two lovebirds reportedly got stuck to each other on Saturday last week at the woman’s Nketa 9 suburb house in Bulawayo.
“You know when you are young you are vulnerable to a lot of things. People suspect that the woman used her money to lure him into the affair. He is too young to be thinking of such things. She took advantage of him.,” said the source.