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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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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...
Christians are good citizens. They recognize human government as an ordinance of divine appointment, and teach obedience to it as a sacred duty, within its legitimate sphere. They should do their part to assure good government. One way to...

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  • US piles more pressure on Mnangagwa
    by newsday on December 7, 2018 at 5:14 pm

    THE United States administration has challenged President Emmerson Mnangagwa to deal with his government’s economic mismanagement rather than blame the current economic mess on sanctions the global powerhouse imposed on Zimbabwe. BY EVERSON MUSHAVA The US has maintained sanctions on the southern African nation since 2001 through the Zimbabwe Democracy and Economic Recovery Act (Zidera) and […]

  • Highlanders close in on Masuku
    by newsday on December 7, 2018 at 3:39 pm

    HIGHLANDERS may soon be making another addition to their squad as they are closing in on former midfielder Nqobizitha Masuku, who trained with the club towards end of the season following his brief stint in Zambia. BY FORTUNE MBELE Coach Madinda Ndlovu has indicated his interest in the midfielder’s services, while club chief executive officer Nhlanhla Dube yesterday said they were working […]

  • Mutsvangwa rings media law reforms
    by newsday on December 7, 2018 at 3:23 pm

    INFORMATION, Media and Broadcasting Services minister Monica Mutsvangwa yesterday said media practitioners were a key stakeholder in the formulation of legislation governing the operation of the industry. BY STAFF REPORTER Addressing a media stakeholders’ consultative workshop in Harare, the minister said reforms should find takers among those they were intended to regulate if they were to […]

  • MPs rail against rowdy touts
    by newsday on December 7, 2018 at 3:12 pm

    LEGISLATORS have expressed dismay over the manner in which touts are causing havoc at transport pick up points, perpetrating serious cases of gender-based violence (GBV) and verbally abusing women. BY VENERANDA LANGA Parliamentary Women’s Caucus deputy chairperson Sibusisiwe Bhuda-Masara yesterday told a breakfast meeting organised by Plan International and the Zimbabwe National Council for […]