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The CRL Rights Commission cautions the members of the public that the South African Constitution gives people the freedom of religion as well as freedom of association.South Africa’s religious practices watchdog, the Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities (CLR Rights...
ANC has thrown its weight behind Prophet Shepherd Bushiri blaming the Tswane City Council for not enforcing set regulations as stipulated by the Country’s gathering Act. In a Joint press statement Enlightened Christian Gathering Church External Media Relations Manager Maynard Manyowa and the church's spokesperson  Terrance Baloyi said the church...
Doctors and medical personnel who have been on a 35-day long  industrial action have agreed to go back to work after meeting First Lady Auxilia Mnangagwa who promised to expedite, intermediate and end the month-long impasse. In a closed-door meeting at State House, the doctors said had the First lady...
Lobby group Afriforum has announced that an arrest warrant has been issued against former first lady Grace Mugabe for her alleged assault of Gabriella Engels in South Africa. In July, AfriForum won a High Court application to review and set aside the government’s decision to grant Mugabe diplomatic immunity. Mugabe  assaulted...
PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa says he is dismayed to discover that members of his inner circle are demanding upwards of 5 million rands to organise one-on-one meetings between himself and would-be investors. Ironically, Mnangagwa rose to power through a military intervention of November 2017 which was founded...
Former ZANU PF legislator Psychology Maziwisa and veteran broadcaster Oscar Pambuka who were each  convicted and sentenced to a total 78 months jail term, have on Wednesday  been granted $800 bail pending appeal to the High Court. Their lawyer Jonathan Samukange made the successful...
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has put to rest speculation that the ruling ZANU PF will enter into a government of national unity (GNU) with losing MDC-A. Addressing party members at the ZANU PF central committee meeting on Wednesday, Mnangagwa said those who wished...
President Emmerson Mnangagwa today met with Zimbabwe's ambassadors and heads of missions from around the world where he briefed them on his vision for the Second Republic following his electoral victory in the hotly contesetd July 31 polls. After his closed door meeting Mnangagwa posted on the twitter microblogging site...
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