GOD VERSUS MONEY . . . Are church leaders after self-aggrandisement or the glory of God?
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GOD VERSUS MONEY . . . Are church leaders after self-aggrandisement or the glory of God?

With reports of corruption, rape, adultery, false miracles and commercialisation of the gospel, or gospreneurship,…

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Is Zim losing the war on drugs?
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Is Zim losing the war on drugs?

About 184 kilometres from the second largest city of Bulawayo, in Bulilima, Matabeleland South, is…

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A throwback to medieval, superstitious days
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A throwback to medieval, superstitious days

WITNESSING “holy men” and “holy women” locked in a primitive tussle for “holy oil” is…

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We’re in the prophetic era – believe it!
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We’re in the prophetic era – believe it!

He is one of the prophets accused of using miraculous powers from the dark world…

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Integrative approach to cancer management
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Integrative approach to cancer management

Dr Tafadzwanashe Magodora Cancer is a major health problem in many parts of the world,…

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Coming home to die
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Coming home to die

FATIMA Bila from 3 de Fevereiro Village in Xai Xai, Gaza province in Mozambique, is…

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Government approved ‘inflated tariffs’
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Government approved ‘inflated tariffs’

Mobile operator Econet Zimbabwe says the existing tariffs were approved by the Postal and Telecommunication…

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Alien or invasive plants: A silent enemy!
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Alien or invasive plants: A silent enemy!

Garden Affair There are over 200 species of alien weeds in Southern Africa, most of…

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WOMAN: The Agony of an Anguished Mother
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WOMAN: The Agony of an Anguished Mother

Castigated by those that she holds dear, shunned by those close to her and hated…

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Unsung Heroes Making a Difference
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Unsung Heroes Making a Difference

Tendai Chara and Kelvin Kondo The death of Trainos Masaiti’s parents when he was two…

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Culture, Spirituality in struggle for Independence
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Culture, Spirituality in struggle for Independence

Reverend Paul Damasane It was on a wonderful 1988 December afternoon at a Christian Convention…

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Opinion: Politics of Expedience vs Political Principles
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Opinion: Politics of Expedience vs Political Principles

Dr Sikhanyiso Ndlovu There is a constant cry and bemoaning of corruption and lack of…

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Agricultural development a priority for SADC
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Agricultural development a priority for SADC

Kizito Sikuka The Southern African Development Community is advocating increased support for farmers to boost…

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Meet Joshua Nkomo, the military strategist
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Meet Joshua Nkomo, the military strategist

Brigadier Abel Mazinyane (Rtd) Before joining the armed struggle, I and most of my colleagues…

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Religion: What makes a man/woman of God
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Religion: What makes a man/woman of God

Tendai Manzvanzvike Divine Appointments Who is a man/woman of God? How are they called? These…

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