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Prophets under fire

Prophets under fire

HEALTH and Child Care minister David Parirenyatwa yesterday warned prophets against encouraging people with terminal diseases such as Aids to stop taking drugs in favour of the so-called holy water or oil.

Ngulube elected  new BICC bishop

Ngulube elected new BICC bishop

THE Brethren in Christ Church (BICC) has elected bishop Sinda Ngulube as the new leader of the church in Zimbabwe taking over from bishop Danisa Ndlovu, who has retired after serving three five-year terms.

Police throw out Zanu PF invaders

Police throw out Zanu PF invaders

ABOUT 150 Zanu PF supporters that invaded Denver Farm in Nyamandlovu last week were yesterday evicted by the police.

City suburbs run dry

City suburbs run dry

RESIDENTS of Bulawayo’s high-density suburbs of Emganwini and Nketa have gone for four days without water and say they now fear disease outbreaks.

Arnold Payne burial today

Arnold Payne burial today

THE Bulawayo City Council has given the go-ahead for renowned city water activist Arnold Payne to be buried at the Lady Stanley Cemetery today.

Jabulani Sibanda causes uproar

Jabulani Sibanda causes uproar

SOME Zanu PF politburo members from Bulawayo province yesterday described war veterans’ leader Jabulani Sibanda as a divisive figure, saying he should not be supported for the ruling party’s chairmanship.

Zanu PF  activists  absolve minister

Zanu PF activists absolve minister

ZANU PF supporters that illegally occupied Mazwi Nature Reserve have dismissed as untrue reports that they invaded the Bulawayo City Council property at the instigation of Provincial Affairs minister Eunice Sandi Moyo.

‘Prophet’ strips family naked

‘Prophet’ strips family naked

A MAZVIHWA family in Zvishavane district was duped by a self-styled prophet who told them to strip naked and bathe while he stole their money after they had sought spiritual cleansing from him.

Family survives accident

Family survives accident

A BULAWAYO family missed death by a whisker when the vehicle they were travelling in was rammed into by a commuter omnibus along Old Khami Road yesterday morning.

Gweru gets facelift

Gweru gets facelift

GWERU City Council has embarked on a major facelift of the civic centre by renovating Town House as well as repainting, repairing gutters and resuscitating the garden of the council offices.

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