Govt clears air on Scripture Union
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Govt clears air on Scripture Union

FOLLOWING uncertainty over the operations of the Scripture Union in schools, Primary and Secondary Education…

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Muslims clarify role in Zimbabwe
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Muslims clarify role in Zimbabwe

Sheikh Ishmail Duwa I thought it prudent to write this article and clarify our position…

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‘Churches have become businesses’
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‘Churches have become businesses’

LAST Sunday, Glad Tidings Fellowship celebrated its 34th anniversary and officially unveiled its High Glen…

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Is there Islamophobia in Zimbabwe?
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Is there Islamophobia in Zimbabwe?

Jameel Asani THE term “Islamophobia” could reasonably be applied to any setting in which people…

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Songs of Calvary restores Walls of Worship
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Songs of Calvary restores Walls of Worship

Desire Ncube A desire to see Walls of Worship music spreading around the world saw…

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Council targets property of noisy churches
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Council targets property of noisy churches

Desire Ncube THE Harare City Council is displeased with the rate at which offices in…

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Archbishop Guti  turns 93
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Archbishop Guti turns 93

Religion Writer FOUNDER and leader of Zimbabwe Assemblies of God Forward in Faith, Archbishop Ezekiel…

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Half the story has never been told
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Half the story has never been told

Ibo Foroma Rastafarian Perspective IN their scintillating patois or lingo in simple terms, Rastafarians often…

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Symbolic and figurative meaning of Genesis
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Symbolic and figurative meaning of Genesis

GRADUALLY, let us chisel the debris by deconstructing the scriptures to improve humanity. Since the…

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Aspects of Islamic etiquette
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Aspects of Islamic etiquette

(Continued from last week) Umari Stambuli Holy Qur’aan Speaks ISLAM has encouraged the custom of…

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Wither the hardworking generation?
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Wither the hardworking generation?

SCHOOLS opened last week and we pray for good results for all students. 252 total views,…

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DIVINE APPOINTMENTS: The pastor who brought reggae to church
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DIVINE APPOINTMENTS: The pastor who brought reggae to church

IN July 2014, the first instalment of Divine Appointments featured former Anglican priest and founder…

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Be wary of sexual unfaithfulness
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Be wary of sexual unfaithfulness

Pastor Davison Kanokanga Matrimonial Hub IN marriage, sexual purity is a must. God insists on…

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A united and happy family
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A united and happy family

Flora Teckie A Bahá’í Perspective CREATING a united and happy family, in the Bahá’í view,…

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St Ignatius alumni honour Fr Watsham
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St Ignatius alumni honour Fr Watsham

Alvin Zhakata SCORES of former students turned out last Saturday to congratulate Father Antony Watsham…

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