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To choose political leaders, people who are going to represent you in government is a Christian responsibility. This is evidenced from the early church, the church always sat down to make decision, to identify people who would represent the underprivileged communities, and for this reason, we believe that it is your duty and ours to register to vote, and vote in peace. I pray, I vote.

  • Darkness and light
    by Ngomakurira on February 17, 2019 at 6:43 pm

    Genesis, the first book of the Hebrew Scriptures, describes in a way understandable to the people of the time how the earth and men and women came to be. The post Darkness and light appeared first on The Zimbabwean. […]

  • Israeli backpacker travels the world for 13 years
    by Jerusalem Post on February 17, 2019 at 3:01 pm

    Drowns in Zimbabwe The post Israeli backpacker travels the world for 13 years appeared first on The Zimbabwean. […]

  • Eight Miners Rescued From Collapsed Zimbabwe Shafts
    by Bloomberg News on February 17, 2019 at 2:51 pm

    Eight informal Zimbabwean miners were pulled out alive four days after they were trapped underground when tunnels linking two gold mines collapsed. The post Eight Miners Rescued From Collapsed Zimbabwe Shafts appeared first on The Zimbabwean. […]

  • The “God shall fix it conspiracy”
    by Adios Amigos on February 17, 2019 at 2:36 pm

    In this short article I write regarding the proliferent expressions amongst social media users where they fully dedicate, in appearances at the least their fate to a “God” who watches over them and solves their problems as and when required. The post The “God shall fix it conspiracy” appeared first on The Zimbabwean. […]

  • Parliament Calls on Public to Nominate Candidates for Appointment to the ZACC
    by Veritas on February 16, 2019 at 3:19 pm

    ZIMBABWE ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMISSION The post Parliament Calls on Public to Nominate Candidates for Appointment to the ZACC appeared first on The Zimbabwean. […]

  • EU recommends more sanctions against Zimbabwe
    by Business Live on February 16, 2019 at 3:17 pm

    Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration has been accused of deploying soldiers who fired live ammunition at unarmed civilians and committed human rights abuses The post EU recommends more sanctions against Zimbabwe appeared first on The Zimbabwean. […]

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As we pray for our country and our leaders let us also pray for the sick and those who nurse… https://t.co/awp73THOel
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Women, time is now. Let's pray to make the environment safe and conducive for women to… https://t.co/skBXefhHqh
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As we celebrate the International Women's day, let us pray call for a conducive and safe… https://t.co/OqREmUEpU9
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It’s easy to become discouraged, some Christians are today, We need to remember the example of William Wilberforce, who spent decades fighting the British slave trade. His persistence paid off. Not only was the slave trade abolished, a great awakening swept across England. https://t.co/f6uR4uoIJQ iprayivote photo
Politics is often seen as a dirty business. In recent times there have been many scandals that have made the general public apathetic towards the political system. During the Inspirational Breakfast show on Monday 10th August, Dave Rose discussed whether...
Three days had passed, and he was just as affronted by the remarks as he was when he first heard the man utter the slanderous words. Representative Preston Brooks of South Caroline was stewing over Senator Charles Sumner’s “Crime...

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  • Big treat at Heart &Soul TV’s red mic concert
    by newsday on February 17, 2019 at 4:30 pm

    IT was pomp and funfair at the Heart&Soul TV (HSTV) inaugural Red Mic concert to celebrate Valentine’s Day at the Zimbabwe Germany Society (ZGS) in Milton Park, Harare, on Saturday, with various artistes dishing out love gems to their fans. The post Big treat at Heart &Soul TV’s red mic concert appeared first on NewsDay Zimbabwe. […]

  • South African Airways to pay Comair $78m to settle competition case
    by newsday on February 17, 2019 at 4:30 pm

    State-run South African Airways (SAA) will pay its rival Comair 1,1 billion rand ($78 million) to settle an anti-competition case, sending shares in the local aviation company soaring. The post South African Airways to pay Comair $78m to settle competition case appeared first on NewsDay Zimbabwe. […]

  • 4 armed robbers in army uniform nabbed
    by newsday on February 17, 2019 at 4:30 pm

    FOUR suspected armed robbers who allegedly targeted businesses in Harare, Chegutu and Chinhoyi and made off with more than $200 000 cash, appeared at the Harare Magistrates’ Court on Friday charged with armed robbery. The post 4 armed robbers in army uniform nabbed appeared first on NewsDay Zimbabwe. […]

  • Bogus lawyer nabbed for fraud
    by newsday on February 17, 2019 at 4:30 pm

    A BOGUS lawyer, Descent Moyo, who allegedly masqueraded as a housing estate agent, was nabbed last week and brought to court on charges of duping a Harare property owner of his money after being hired to collect rent from a truant tenant. The post Bogus lawyer nabbed for fraud appeared first on NewsDay Zimbabwe. […]

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