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Tynwald students revisit Nyanga bus tragedy

THREE Tynwald High School students took guests down the accident terrain, which claimed six lives in October, during a memorial service at Borrowdale Estate.

Nandi Tsikirayi, Kaylah Chimsoro and Anisha Maseko narrated how they held daily devotional prayers before lessons with their late friend Kimberly Mutusva.

“We used to meet ahead of our lessons at school for prayers,” said Nandi.

“We interceded for our lives and little did we know that her days were numbered.

“May her soul rest in eternal peace and I wish her parents find comfort in our living God,” she said.

Their voices were part of the call to Kimberly’s parents, Munyaradzi and Samantha Mutusva, to return to work.

The couple, blessed with three sons and one daughter, was reported to have been spending most of the time indoors, mourning the death of Kimberly, in that traffic accident.

Munyaradzi said Kimberly foretold her death in an unbelievable way a day before the tragedy.

“Kimberly akataura mashoko ekuti ndavekufa zvangu hamuchazondiwona.

“It came to pass, and we were shocked about the statement following her death,” said Munyaradzi.

The headmaster, Kenias Matimba, told guests that a combined memorial service for the late six angels is set to be held at the school in February next year.

Six students died on the spot, and one teacher died later in hospital.

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Former Vice President’s son lover spared jail

 

Former Vice President John Landa Nkomo’s son Sandlasami’s ex-lover who broke into his house as punishment for dumping her was spared the agony of jail life when she appeared in court charged with unlawful entry and theft.

Tinevimbo Hove (22) pleaded guilty to both charges when she appeared before Bulawayo magistrate Max Ncube.

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