MARCH 2016 REVIEW: Mugabe’s ideal successor, Fungisai cyber-bullying and indigenisation fiasco

And suddenly we were a quarter through the year.

Here is a review of March 2016 in the news (bold indicates link to original article)

The ridiculous charges laid against a Harare model accused  of infecting her lover’s child with HIV using a syringe were dismissed.

Xander Pratt PIC: Bon Appetit screengrab

Xander Pratt dropped THAT explicit video

Maria Sharapova announced she had failed a drugs test
Filmmaker and radio personality Zaza lost her mother
Comrade Fatso started his comedy tour of three continents

President Robert Mugabe told us all about his ideal successor

The ZimDancehall Awards winners were announced.
he hosts for Lip Sync Battle Africa were announced. It’s D’Banj and Pearl Thusi by the way…

Afghanistan knocked Zimbabwe out of the World T20 Cup

Transit Crew bassist Ras Munya passed away.

Brian Nhira stunned Pharrell with his performance of Happy on The Voice blind auditions

Sindisiwe Manqele was sentenced to 12 years in prison for the stabbing to death of former Skwatta Kamp star Flabba

Zifa suspended Edzai Kasinauyo was suspended over match fixing.

Then it was first said South Africa had bought the right to host of the World Cup in 2010. And then Fifa said we had not understood them well.

The hasthtag #Things15BillionCouldBuy, went mad. Here are some of the best

Fungisai Zvakavapano-Mashave PIC: fungisai.com

Fungisai raised her complaints of cyber-bullying

In a bizarre experiment, a man removed a tissue from his leg to find out what human flesh tasted

Some people got upset when the Italian embassy made a Facebook post about certain dairy products

We revealed the secret for walking on water.

DStv announced there would be no price increases on subscriptions this year.

Footballing legend Johan Cruyff died

MNet revealed to us that there would be no Big Brother Africa this year.

Zimbabwe threatened to kick foreign firms out over indigenisation compliance

We talked about 3 MAC Cosmetics products we think every man should explore.

Songstress Ammara Brown was involved in car accident.

Zimbabwe’s Mike Fokoroni won the Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon.

Chi Mhende PIC: ERM Stars

Chi Mhende PIC: ERM Stars

Actress Chi Mhende became the first actress to play a man in SA TV history as she portrayed Wandile in Generations Legacy

A birth control injection for men should be available in the next two years.