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Legendary musician, Sipho Makhabane visited Bushiri’s Enlightened Christian Gathering Church on Sunday and delivered a steller performance that left people asking for more. Sipho Makhabane was among the congregation when Prophet Bushiri noticed him. Immediately, he paused his sermon and honoured his presence. He then invited him to the pulpit...
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...
MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa who was reportedly blocked from entering into the National Sports Stadium (NSS) for the late national hero Oliver Mtukudzi 's tribute concert was not in fact anywhere near NSS, the Mail and Telegraph can reveal. Reports has it that...
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...
Charismatic prophet Shepherd Bushiri has been detained by the Hawks in South Africa for questioning over money laundering and fraud charges, according to the statement on the church's official website. “As you will remember, from last year, we have struggled with reports that...
By Marshall Bwanya Government has circumspectly remained mum to  announce Former President Robert Mugabe's final resting place. Adressing the media in Harare today, Minister of Information Monica Mutswangwa notified the state's arrangements of Mugabe's funeral but failed to disclose were he will be buried. "Government has today, dispatched a delegation headed by...
While social media is awash with claims of ordinary women being raped by people in military fatigue in the crackdown currently underway in the aftermath of the violent protests that left a trail of destruction and some eight people dead according to the Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission, activists who...
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