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Nolbert Kunonga procedes with his version of Anglicanism..or whatever it is

June 8, 2012
Last month, Bishop Nolbert Kunonga of the Anglican Church of the Province of Zimbabwe criticized the Prime Minister, complained about the visit of the controversial Nigerian prophet TB Joshua and expressed his criticism about the draft of the new constitution. Is there any Good News left in this world, Nolbert? According to ...

Politicians warned by prophet against political violence in the next election

May 22, 2012
Prophet Bothwell Phiri of River of Life Churchsays politicians who will perpetrate violence in the next election in Zimbabwe, will not go unpunished unlike in 2008. The man of God said this while addressing thousands who had gathered at Bulawayo’s giant Barbourfields Stadium for a national peace prayer last Saturday. The prayer, ...

Another politician calls on nation to pray

December 22, 2011
MDC Secretary General Tendai Biti said at a recent meeting with journalists in Harare that religion plays an important  role in the socio-economic and political development of the country hence the need for members from the different faith organizations in the country to meet and pray together. “This nation is spiritual and ...

Prayer testimony: DPM Khuphe undergoes successful operation in South Africa

December 12, 2011
The Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Zimbabwe Thokozani Khuphe, who has been battling with breast cancer for quite some time and has been prayed for by Zimbabweans, has undergone a successful operation in South Africa. This was revealed by Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai in Plumtree recently while he ...

MDC-N meets Church leaders in Bulawayo

November 1, 2011
The Welshman Ncube-led MDC last Thursday met with pastors from across Christian denominations in Bulawayo to brief them on the progress made so far by the inclusive government and to also hear their concerns as religious leaders. Pastor Goodwill Shana, founder and senior pastor of Word of Life International Ministries, ...

Churches no longer place of worship, says MDC

October 14, 2011
The MDC-T, led by Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai, say that Churches in Zimbabwe have ceased to be places of worship but, instead, are places of torture. Speaking after the party’s National Executive Committee met in Harare on Wednesday, the party’s spokesperson Douglas Mwonzora said, “Churches have ceased to be a place ...

Arrests during Harare prayer for peace

April 12, 2011
The police has intervened twice over the past weekend to halt a prayer initiative in Harare, accusing the organizers of holding a political event without  required authorization, reports the Missionary International Service News Agency (MISNA) citing  the Zimbabwe Catholic Bishops Conference as a source. Various arrests have taken place. The ...
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