Zimbabwe paper threatens to break more Ncube allegations
A government-owned Zimbabwe newspaper has promised to "break" new allegations against Bulawayo Archbishop Pius Ncube. The new allegations are part of what critics call a smear offensive against the outspoken cleric.
Onesimus Sibanda, the man suing Archbishop Pius Ncube over an alleged adulterous affair with his wife, is set to initiate another legal storm on the cleric.
This time, Sibanda will claim that his wife infected him with the deadly HIV virus which she acquired from the archbishop.
Sibanda is claiming $20 billion from the Catholic cleric who is an arch critic of President Robert Mugabe's government.
Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) sources said the latest expose, set to be "broken" by the state-owned Chronicle newspaper sometime this month, is "Plan B" of the smear offensive against the outspoken archbishop.
Archbishop Ncube faces new slurs (New Zimbabwe, 20/8/07)
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21 Aug 2007