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Why does everyone want to be the President?

Why does everyone want to be the President? By Hopewell Chin’ono I see that Fadzayi Mahere has launched her 2018 election campaign today (Wednesday) and I hear that Nkosana Moyo will be following soon with his Presidential bid and Linda for Harare Central. Making such a pronouncement about entering public …

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Nkosana Moyo – “Why I’m running to be #Zimbabwe President”

“Why I’m running for presidency’ AFTER several months of speculation, former Industry and International Trade minister Nkosana Moyo (NM) yesterday launched his presidential election bid at a time the economy is underperforming, Zanu PF is engulfed in factional strife and opposition parties are yet are coalesce on a leader to …

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Fasting Testimonies To Warm Your Heart

Fasting Testimonies To Warm Your Heart – In 2005 I passed by the Harare office of my cousin, who was employed by Cimas Medical Aid as a lab scientist. I looked at him and said, “Bro, you ought to be working in one of these international NGOs and getting paid …

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What happened to Bishop Trevor Manhanga?

What happened to Bishop Trevor Manhanga? When I went to Mutare in 1997 to pursue my studies at Africa University, I needed a spiritual home in the eastern border city. A pastor in Harare, the Late Pastor Nyamanhindi referred me to Victory Tabernacle, near Mutare Girl’s High. Bishop Manhanga was …

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The rise and fall of #Zimbabwe politician Emerson Mnangagwa.

The rise and fall of Emerson Mnangagwa. For the 37 years he has ruled Zimbabwe, President Robert Mugabe has never liked to see anyone with clear presidential ambitions deputizing him. He has repeatedly labelled people with presidential ambitions ‘witches’ preferring a litany of charges on some, ranging from treason, terrorism, …

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Lobola (dowry, or the bride price) abuse must fall!

Lobola (dowry, or the bride price) abuse must fall! There was a time when cattle were African form of currency, and every family had some cattle. Back in those days lobola of +/- 8 cows depending on the culture was very affordable, even by the poorest of the poor. Then …

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