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Prophets React To Governments Impending Arrest On Fake Prophets

August 24, 2017
Government last week issued a warning on fake prophets who are performing healing miracles which are fooling the sick saying they risk jail. Speaking at a media briefing, Health and Child Care deputy minister Aldrin Musiiwa said: “Errant religious leaders who are fleecing Zimbabweans of their hard-earned money claiming to ...

Mhere, Shumba: Two sides of a coin

August 23, 2017
Matthias Mhere is your typical poster boy –– with a well-thought-out look: styled hair, glowing skin and designer attire to match. In music, he thrives on speed and catchy stage work marked with enthralling dance routines. While he may not have reached idol status, it is indisputable that he commands ...

Fungisai rescinds decision to quit music

August 20, 2017
GOSPEL music sensation Fungisai Zvakavapano-Mashavave, who almost hung up the microphone following what she described as public persecution following her decision to use dancehall to spread the gospel, yesterday said she has revisited the idea following the realisation that her music was not a career, but a ministry. Speaking ahead ...

Double delight for the Charambas

August 20, 2017
GOSPEL music power couple Charles and Olivia Charamba on Wednesday night ended a four-year drought that their fans had endured when they officially launched their long-awaited solo projects — Abba Father and Voice of Miriam respectively — at the Zimbabwe College of Music in Harare. In an exclusive interview with ...

Churches, universities at 2017 Bulawayo Intwasa festival

August 19, 2017
PREPARATIONS for Bulawayo’s premier arts festival, Intwasa and the inaugural carnival are at an advanced stage with churches and several foreign musical groups confirming their participation. This year’s Intwasa Arts Festival and the carnival which is being organized by Intwasa team, Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) and the ministry of tourism ...

New gospel artiste embraces different languages

August 18, 2017
UPCOMING gospel artiste, Progress Sibanda, recently released his debut bilingual eight-track album, Higher Levels, which was launched last weekend at a church conference in Mufakose, Harare. The album has tracks done in Shona, English and Ndebele. “I finished my recording on Wednesday last week intending to sell the discs at ...

Fake miracle pastors face jail

August 17, 2017
Errant religious leaders, who are fleecing Zimbabweans of their hard-earned money, claiming to possess spiritual powers to heal infectious diseases, will soon face prosecution, Health and Child Care deputy minister Aldrin Musiiwa has said. Speaking at a media briefing on the registration of churches and faith healers yesterday, Musiiwa said ...

Prayer meeting for ailing Vice President Mnangagwa

August 17, 2017
Hundreds of Zimbabweans Thursday afternoon converged at the Freedom Square in Harare praying for the ailing Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa. Mnangagwa was flown to South Africa over the weekend following a case of suspected food poising incident at the Zanu PF Youth Interface rally in Gwanda. Pastor Godknows Nelson, one ...

Pastor jailed 20 years for killing wife

August 17, 2017
PASTOR Madalisto Ranchi, who killed his wife in Beatrice in 2015 before fleeing to Malawi, has been sentenced to 20 years in prison at the High Court. Ranchi, who appeared for sentence before Justice Amy Tsanga early this month, had pleaded not guilty of killing Pamela Muzondo, saying he lost ...

Catholic bishops say ‘it is a sin not to vote’ , urge people to boot out ‘evil’ Zanu PF

August 16, 2017
A PASTORAL letter from the Roman Catholic Church Bishops has urged all Zimbabweans, especially youths, to register and vote in their numbers in the upcoming 2018 polls. Reading a letter on behalf of the Bishops to congregants after a church service at St James Catholic church in Emerald Hill Sunday, ...
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