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Monday, January 21, 2013

SO you decided to declare your love and make your relationship open to the public. You’ve changed your status on FB to “in a relationship” and you both can’t stop RT’ing all the amazing things you both Tweet all day long. How can this ever go wrong when it’s oh so right?
1. You will start tracking their status updates and Foursquare check-ins to know where they are, who they are with or to see if they were telling you the truth. It’s a rocky road you’re about to trod.
2. Did you break up and yet still have them on Facebook, Twitter and BBM? This is the beginning of the Apocalypse — a disaster in the making. Worse is when you start to use your updates and status messages as a way to piss them off or make them jealous. This includes posting pics of you with other women/men, which you know is going to upset them.
3. Even worse than your updates is when you begin to share all the things they did wrong in your updates, Tweets and status messages. No one needs to know your business and honestly no one cares. Stop subjecting everyone to the details of your break-up. Your online “friends” are not necessarily your real friends. Don’t get your wires crossed.
4. Then you begin to think the posts and subtweets are directed at you. Maybe they are, but ignore them. Don’t respond. Leave it alone and walk away as it will only cause the messy situation to drag on.
5. Don’t use your friends to keep track of your ex. Stop going on to their FB page or into their Twitter timeline to see what’s going on. Tell your friends not to give you updates about your ex. If it’s over it’s over.

PS: A shout out to @dearabby416 for the idea to address this topic.
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Teacher charged for carnal abuse
Monday, January 21, 2013 | 7:47 PM

KINGSTON, Jamaica — A male teacher at a prominent primary school in the Corporate Area has been arrested and charged for carnal abuse.
According to reports from the Centre for the Investigation of Sexual Offences and Child Abuse (CISOCA) the 35-year-old teacher allegedly had sexual intercourse with an 11-year-old student multiple times between October 2008 and February 2010.

The matter was reported to the school’s Guidance Counselor, who referred the matter to CISOCA.
An investigation was launched and the teacher arrested on January 13 this year. He appeared in court and was remanded in custody.
He is scheduled to reappear before the Half-Way-Tree Resident Magistrate’s Court on February 20th.

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The bail application for two sisters, accused of defrauding their mother of thousands of dollars, was rejected on Friday when they appeared in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate’s Court.

Charged with larceny from the person is Lisa and Maureen Clarke from Waterhouse, St Andrew. Both pleaded not guilty.

The court was told that sometime ago, the sisters stole an ATM card belonging to their mother, who is the complainant in the matter, though she did not appear in court.

Allegations are that they went to various ATM machines and withdrew cash, multiple times, totalling $690,000.

In seeking bail, their attorney Charles Williams, told the court that the women went to the police station by themselves while they were being sought.

Williams also said, “Your Honour, a mother’s love is unending”, to which Senior Resident Magistrate Judith Pusey responded, “Oh yea … well, my love has limits!”

The court also heard that there exists video evidence of the two conducting transactions with the ATM card.

The senior RM expressed, “We have pictures of them. It’s like a virtual movie. The cameras in the ATM machine pick you up at all angles.”

Their bail applications were denied and both sisters were remanded in custody until January 23, when the matter will again be mentioned.









The long arm of the law finally caught up with a daring car thief who engaged in a spate of robberies targeting marked police cars in Harare.

Misheck Madzivadondo (32) allegedly stole the cars, which he would hot wire in the dead of the night.

Two cars were allegedly stolen from Highfield Police Camp while the third was stolen from Morris Depot on separate occasions. Madzivadondo even had the audacity to drive one of the stolen cars to Morris Depot where he allegedly wanted to engage in his criminal activities.

Using one of the vehicles, Madzivadondo went to Manyewe business centre and misrepresented himself as an official from the Anti-Corruption Commission. Madzivadondo then “arrested” a shop assistant for selling fertiliser in a shop, which was not a hardware outlet, before demanding a US$100 bribe to facilitate his release.

He was given US$40.

According to the State, Madzivadondo was arrested the same day while refuelling the vehicle.

Madzivadondo yesterday appeared before Harare magistrate Mr Tendai Mahwe charged with three counts of theft of a motor vehicle and one of extortion. He was remanded in custody to tomorrow when he would be furnished with his trial date.

Mr Mahwe advised him to apply for bail at the High Court due to the gravity of the offence. The first complainant is police officer John Dick, who stationed at Harare Central. Prosecutor Miss Junior Mugebe alleged that on December 11 last year, Dick parked his service vehicle a Nissan sunny registration number ZRP 171F at his place of residence in Highfield police new camp.

Madzivadondo, the court heard, went to the police camp around 4am and proceeded to Dick’s house.
He used an unknown object to open the vehicle and used a screwdriver to start the engine. He then drove away.

It is the State’s case that after one week Madzivadondo went to Morris Depot driving Dick’s vehicle intending to steal.

He was seen by an alert officer, who raised alarm prompting Madzivadondo to take to his heels leaving the car.

On December 31, Madzivadondo, it is alleged, went back to Morris Depot and stole Learnmore Bere’s service vehicle, a Mitsubishi Canter truck registration number ZRP 210E.

Bere is the officer-in-charge at the radio workshops at Morris Depot.

Madzivadondo broke the window and hot-wired the engine and drove away. The vehicle was later recovered at Mbare Musika with the battery and canopy missing.

It is further alleged that on January 12 this year, Madzivadondo proceeded to Highfield Police New Camp at 4am where he stole Kudakwashe Jasi’s service vehicle, a Mazda B1600.

Using the Mazda B1600, Madzivadondo drove to Manyewe business centre in Mamina where he introduced himself as an official from Anti-Corruption Commission.

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