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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.

  • Zhemba wins 2019 men’s national championships
    by Victor Chimbamu on August 20, 2019 at 3:00 pm

    Candidate Master Zhemba Jemusse won the just ended Men’s National Chess Championships which were held at Causeway POSB Canteen form the 10th-13th of August. He finished with an incredible 8.5 points out of 9 games. The post Zhemba wins 2019 men’s national championships appeared first on The Zimbabwean. […]

  • Political reform hopes dim in Zimbabwe as police block another protest
    by Reuters on August 20, 2019 at 11:08 am

    HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe police deployed in force on Tuesday to block a street protest for the third time in five days, as the main opposition party said hopes were vanishing that the government might become more tolerant of dissent than the regime it replaced. The post Political reform hopes dim in Zimbabwe as police block another protest appeared first on The Zimbabwean. […]

  • Zim to issue cash notes soon, says Finance Minister
    by News24 on August 20, 2019 at 10:53 am

    Zimbabwe will issue new notes and coins soon to replace the country’s quasi currency that was introduced three years ago in a failed attempt to counter a crippling shortage of cash and that’s pushed inflation to the highest rate since 2008. The post Zim to issue cash notes soon, says Finance Minister appeared first on The Zimbabwean. […]

  • Mugabe VP flees Zimbabwe anti-corruption probe
    by News24 on August 20, 2019 at 8:01 am

    Zimbabwe's former vice president on Monday fled from anti-corruption questioning after he was summoned over alleged criminal abuse of office, officials said. The post Mugabe VP flees Zimbabwe anti-corruption probe appeared first on The Zimbabwean. […]

  • We were promised change – but corruption and brutality still rule in Zimbabwe
    by The Guardian on August 19, 2019 at 6:31 pm

    We were promised change – but corruption and brutality still rule in Zimbabwe The post We were promised change – but corruption and brutality still rule in Zimbabwe appeared first on The Zimbabwean. […]

  • Police, soldiers deploy in Bulawayo as opposition challenges protest ban
    by ENCA on August 19, 2019 at 2:16 pm

    Soldiers and police deployed in large numbers in Zimbabwe's second city Bulawayo on Monday to enforce a ban on an anti-government demonstration. The post Police, soldiers deploy in Bulawayo as opposition challenges protest ban appeared first on The Zimbabwean. […]

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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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  • ‘Information Bill should accommodate low-income earners’
    by newsday on August 20, 2019 at 3:45 am

    Media Alliance of Zimbabwe (MAZ) has said the Freedom of Information Bill should accommodate low-income earners by reducing cost of accessing information at public and private entities. The post ‘Information Bill should accommodate low-income earners’ appeared first on NewsDay Zimbabwe. […]

  • Chief Ndiweni appeals against conviction, sentence
    by newsday on August 20, 2019 at 3:37 am

    Ntabazinduna Chief Felix Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni and his 23 subjects, who were last week sentenced to 24 months in jail by a Bulawayo magistrate, yesterday filed an appeal against both conviction and sentence at the High Court. The post Chief Ndiweni appeals against conviction, sentence appeared first on NewsDay Zimbabwe. […]

  • Lobengula clan wades into Chief Ndiweni case
    by newsday on August 20, 2019 at 3:37 am

    DESCENDANTS of the Ndebele monarch, King Lobengula, have called for the immediate release of Ntabazinduna Chief Felix Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni who was jailed last week, saying the decision has left traditional leaders vulnerable and their powers diluted. The post Lobengula clan wades into Chief Ndiweni case appeared first on NewsDay Zimbabwe. […]

  • Gweru businesswoman sues The Mirror for $1,5m
    by newsday on August 20, 2019 at 3:35 am

    Gweru businessperson Smelly Dube has taken a Masvingo-based publication, The Mirror, to the High Court demanding defamation damages in the sum of $1,5 million, accusing the paper of misrepresenting facts against her. The post Gweru businesswoman sues The Mirror for $1,5m appeared first on NewsDay Zimbabwe. […]

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