Bev fined $100

HARARE - Raunchy dancer Berverly ‘Bev’ Sibanda has been fined $100 for contravening sections of the Censorship and Entertainement Act.

Bev, 23, pleaded guilty to two counts of violating provisions of the Act which prohibit “public entertainment not approved by the censorship board”.

Harare magistrate Donald Ndirowei sentenced Bev to five  months imprisonment of which two months were wholly suspended on condition she does not breach the Act within five years.

The remaining three months were suspended on condition that Bev pays a $100 fine.

Comments (14)

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timinabhonzo - 4 June 2014

All men who spend their hard earned cash on Beverly's obscene dancing will never want to watch her with their true loved ones.Why do we encourage prostitution?? I think Bev deserves what she got.Yes people have pornographic material on their celphones but that does not legalize the evil practice.It's impossible to prosecute everyone but its nothing to be proud of.The practice is just too immoral.

hunhu hwafa - 4 June 2014

All men who spend their hard earned cash on Beverly's obscene dancing will never want to watch her with their true loved ones.Why do we encourage prostitution?? I think Bev deserves what she got.Yes people have pornographic material on their celphones but that does not legalize the evil practice.It's impossible to prosecute everyone but its nothing to be proud of.The practice is just too immoral.

hunhu hwafa - 4 June 2014

a bit harsh hazvo zvaitwa nemutongi,waya rese raakawana ipapo raenda

maprosi - 4 June 2014

I'm one of those men who attend all of Bev's shows. Those preaching morals please leave us and our Bev alone. The carnival was about celebrating diversity and I still don't understand why she was arrested. Diversity means embracing the moral and the immoral.

Emru Kunanti - 4 June 2014

Emru Kumati ita mushe. Tsveruka!

Madzibaba Billy - 5 June 2014

Its high time society stops repressing talents and allow them to be expressed, Bev is an entertainer period. There are people who approve of her type of entertainment, deal with it. For those who do not approve leave her alone and focus on that which entertains you. Drunkards have never asked for the churches to be abolished even with all that is happening in the churches, they dutifully even deliver their families to church and collect them afterwards. Let us not be judges for we are all far from righteous.

Siyaso - 5 June 2014

Okay, akakonzeresa is guilty and she paid, kovakaona how much must they pay???; ko those who let her in on this parade ???; How about those in possession of the pics and the videos ??? - Magistrate you still have work to do your honour.

Anetsa Uyu - 5 June 2014

i desperately need a pvt dancer can any one pliz hook me up with her,kkkkkk lol got the cash to settle the moves.

gudo musango - 5 June 2014

if you rape BEV - 40years behind bars

justice - 5 June 2014

Please make sure you capture more pictures of this sproket kid she is a dismay to my mother infact to all women now we know how women look like shapeless as she is on top of an old old man, $100.00 is not a proper fine kakambo rohwa pasi petsoka ne dunlop i think she will change cpmpletley kkkk

BEV WEKU CHITOWN - 5 June 2014

I still wonder why Tino and Pokello/Stunner were not arrested too after posting their sex videos on the internet.

Sinyoro Wenyoro - 5 June 2014

"I still wonder why Tino and Pokello/Stunner were not arrested too after posting their sex videos on the internet. Sinyoro Wenyoro - 5 June 2014" Ha! I agree with you BIG TIME. If Bev was arrested, then Pornello and Stunnershould also be behind bars. For all we know, Bev was used as a sacrifice to keep the "moralists" happy. You can bet her rivals are happy. BE STRONG BEV!

Dr Cool - 5 June 2014

Beverly Sibanda and Zoey are a disgrace to the young and the youths of Zimbabwe. They are a good example of a rebellious generation advertising and championing vice for money. I second her imprisonment

Grievance Mafunga - 5 June 2014

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