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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.

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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
Here are 10 reasons why Christians should vote. Voting publicly recognises that we submit to the authority of the political system in our nation as established by God. (Romans 13:1-7) Voting recognises the equality of all people and their...
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...

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    by newsday on November 12, 2018 at 10:00 pm

    NewsDay Cartoon 13 - 11 - 18 The post NewsDay Cartoon 13 – 11 – 18 appeared first on NewsDay Zimbabwe. […]

  • Police, army clash over shootings
    by newsday on November 12, 2018 at 4:30 pm

    MEMBERS of the military, who were deployed into Harare to quell demonstrations against Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec)’s alleged failure to release presidential election results on time, were deployed illegally and violated provisions of the Public Order and Security Act (Posa), top police officers said yesterday. The post Police, army clash over shootings appeared first on NewsDay […]

  • Biti, prosecutor nearly trade blows in court
    by newsday on November 12, 2018 at 4:30 pm

    MDC vice-chairperson Tendai Biti and State prosecutor Michael Reza nearly exchanged blows in court yesterday after Reza accused the former of playing a role in the post-election violence that saw seven civilians killed by members of the army on August 1 this year, while the presiding magistrate clashed with the opposition leader’s lawyer Beatrice Mtetwa over the use of mobile phones in […]

  • ED tightens noose on cash barons
    by newsday on November 12, 2018 at 4:30 pm

    CASH barons who have been accused of fuelling parallel market currency rates and a raft of other economic ills will now face up to two years in prison if they fail to explain the source of their wealth, while street dealers also face arrest if they fail to explain their business at street corners to police officers. The post ED tightens noose on cash barons appeared first on NewsDay Zimbabwe. […]