Possesed Strippers In Gokwe

REVELLERS at Gokwe Center are being fed with a new nu_de diet from st_rippers who claim to be possessed with demons of nu_dity.

All the way from Harare, the st_rippers have taken over Gokwe T0wn with their art.

They go by the name Five Stars Dance Group consisting of two male dancers and three women.

However, only the female dancers get business as st_rippers and the males remain “showless” in Harare.

The stars of the show are Mayibongwe Sibanda, Nompilo Ndlovu and their leader Cleopatra Ngomambili aka Fanta.

Not until they stripped down to nothing and let men touch their private parts did B-Metro see a story to talk about.

“When we are on stage, it all comes naturally. It’s a demon combined with talent so we won’t be ourselves,” said Fanta.

Money makes the world go round and so revellers demand that the dancers strip down to nothing and let them touch whatever they want.

“If we don’t entertain them fully we won’t get gigs. We are here by popular demand. They touch or see what they want because that is where our money comes from,” she added.

The three dancers are single mothers with children to feed back in Harare.

As tempting as it might be, they said after their shows they keep their distance.

“When done with our set we leave because the crowd in Gokwe is different from the ones we are used to in big cities.

These ones are really rough,” she said.

Whenever the “special ladies” hit the growth point one is assured of two weeks of adult entertainment in the sleepy cotton producing region.

“These ladies have brought life to Gokwe because at times they remove all clothes and let us see everything. They don’t leave us guessing as we also get the opportunity to have a feel of what others hide in their underwear,” said a reveller identified as Kokera.

Their sessions are held at Phuza $ (dollar) arguably the most popular club there. The owner, Bra Eddie declined to comment.

Source-B Metro

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hundiAfter releasing his album early last year,a Gweru based musician has released two singles that have improved quality and different fussion.

Mudhara Hundi real name Collen Hundi said “My challenge is marketing.If you listen to the previous album and you listen to these singles there is a great difference.” he said recently in Gokwe.
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Gokwe kombi driver jailed for stealing a cop’s car

courtA 27-year-old kombi driver from Gokwe has been sentenced to six years in jail for stealing a police officer’s vehicle that he later sold.

Erick Chinyaure from Gandiwa Village under Chief Nemangwe pleaded guilty to car theft before Kwekwe-Gokwe regional magistrate Amos Mbobo.

Chinyaure will, however, serve an effective four years in prison after two years were suspended for five years on conditions of good be- haviour.

Prosecuting, Robert Ndlala told the court that on June 11, 2014, Chinyaure approached Johnson Ndabambi, a Gokwe-based police officer, who had recently imported a Mazda vehicle worth $7 000.

He told the cop that he would use the vehicle to carry passengers for a fee.

The court heard that Ndabambi knew Chinyaure as a public service transport driver in Gokwe hence he agreed to the arrangement.

“Instead of adhering to what they had agreed, Chinyaure went to Norton with the vehicle the same day he received it and never returned or call Ndabambi advising him of his whereabouts,” said Ndlala.

He later sold the vehicle to one Liberty Mbofana in Norton.