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Zanu PF Slogans Dominate Mhere’s Album Launch

Gospel musician, Mathias Mhere’s album launch held on Saturday at 7 Arts Theatre almost degenerated into a political gathering as Zanu PF political heavyweights took turns to chant party slogans while showering the Double Double hit maker with gifts in what appeared to be a calculated move to ride on ...

Latter-Day Saints in expansion drive

THE Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-Day Saints has embarked on an expansion drive with new stakes created at a one-day conference held last week. A stake is similar to an assembly. The church now has seven stakes after Harare East Stake broke away from Harare. Other stakes across ...

Braille Bibles for the deaf

Visually impaired people are set to benefit from the introduction of Braille Bibles that are going to be distributed next year by the Bible Society of Zimbabwe. The weekly Sunday Mail reported that the initiative is in line with the institution’s mission statement which envisions, “To afford every Zimbabwean the ...

Going against the grain: Zimbabwe ministry gives hope and counseling to abused sexual minorities

In a country where homosexuality is criminalized and authorities and religious leaders often shun and demonize LGBTI people, one Pentecostal church outside Harare is encouraging survivors of sexual violence to speak up. Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe has on various occasions labeled LGBTI people “worse than dogs” and has used international ...

450 households get food relief

More than 450 food insecure households in five districts have benefited under the drought relief food aid that is being implemented by the Methodist Church in Zimbabwe at a time the country is facing one of its worst droughts induced by El Nino phenomenon. The Methodist Church in Zimbabwe is ...

Sadza baptism accident: A detailed account

FRANCIS Pfumbidza (39) left his home in Jeche village in Buhera and headed for Tiemba village under Chief Neshangwe in the neighbouring Chivhu district. He had followed his family to reunite with his erstwhile wife and their two children. A year earlier, his wife, Maud Dzvuke (30), had left with ...

Ebenezer hit gospel singer nominated for two gospel awards

Popular gospel musician Rev Togarepi Chivaviro, whose single ‘Ebenezer’ is a must for every music lover’s playlist, has been nominated for two awards in the upcoming Trumpet Africa Gospel Awards 2016. The Awards will be held in Pretoria state theatre South Africa on the 29th of May with Rev Chivaviro ...

FLASH Network UZ celebrates Mother’s Day at Mashambanzou

With many students being away from their homes to spend time with their mothers and guardians on Mother’s Day, members of the Faith Love Abstinence Status Hope Network (FLASH Network) at University of Zimbabwe spent glorious hours of the 8th of May, with the patient mothers of Mashambanzou HIV/AIDS Treatment ...

NAC engages parliament over faith based organisations which discourage ARV uptake

National AIDS Council has appealed to parliament to enact laws that criminalise religious acts which discourage people on AIDS treatment from taking their drugs. NCA a government body which administers AIDS levy and implements AIDS programmes says there are thousands of people who are defaulting on treatment after approaching traditional ...

PHD stampede inquest postponed

THE inquest into the stampede which left 11 people dead at a Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries all-night prayer meeting at Mbizo Stadium in Kwekwe last year failed to resume yesterday after prosecutor Salome Maunganidze fell sick. The matter, which opened on January 28 with police and council blaming ...
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