Gogo Mahlahla Found With Son’s Nails In Court
Plaxedes Mahlahla, who is accused of living with her husband’s body for days, came at Chitungwiza Magistrates’ Court Wednesday clutching a bag containing her son’s nails.
According to a local tabloid, Gogo Mahlahla pleaded with police officials to be excused to relieve herself, and a policewoman was forced to follow her to the bathroom.
She said she discovered her stealing nails from her handbag that belonged to her son, Grant.
“She panicked when I entered the toilet and found her holding the nails.
“Hanzi inzara dzakachekwa pamwana wangu Grant dzandirikurongedza.
“I asked her if the nails were necessary and she surrendered them to me,” the officer told a senior cop.
Gogo Mahlahla, is an ardent Johanne Masowe yeNyenyedzi Nomwe follower.
Meanwhile, Zimbabwean women are already marking their territory on the ‘ceiling man,’ Grant Mahlahla after he got a makeover and is now spotting a fresh look.
Mahlahla was found hiding in the ceiling of his parents’ house when the Zimbabwe Republic Police’s homicide section went to their house to investigate his mother for staying with the decomposing body of her husband.
After his discovery, he was taken into police custody where he tidied up.
Spotting him, women reckoned that he is handsome and some of them even started to mark territories.
tichiti varume vashoma izvo vakawandiswa mumaceiling ekuchitungwiza 😪😪😪
Graciouse Gray Machingambi
He is handsome but the fact tht he looks like passion Java gets me confused as to whether he is really handsome or not
Handsome chaiyo. Muudzei kuti kune vanonzi maiTt anongoti hie Ku inbox kwavo
Someone out there was praying n fasting kti satan kubata kwawakaita kti ndisasangane nesoul mate yangu sunungura n e prayer was answered Grant pfacha
Zviya zvamunoti heee varume vashoma ana sis chiregaio kutora varume vedu, varume vakazara muma ceiling umu go find your own!
A better version of Passion Java… Uyu akanaka fani, so ceiling hides handsome men🤔
In other news,
Value-Added Tax Deferral Minimum Threshold Raised To $1 Million
Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube said that the minimum threshold for VAT deferral has been raised from US$500,000 to US$1 million.
The government approved a temporary exemption from paying VAT on selected capital items imported by enterprises in the manufacturing, agricultural, mining, aviation, transportation, and health sectors.
Ncube stated that the facility was being overused in his national budget presentation for 2023…continue reading