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Fans treat The Charambas with a dinner & Appreciation Award

Story by Robert Mukondwa- Pastors Charles and Olivia Charamba received an early Christmas present when their fans organised a surprise appreciation dinner for them in the capital Harare last Sunday in appreciation for their ‘sterling work and tireless ministry’ to the nation through song. An award was handed to the ‘first family of gospel music’ during the event as a token ...

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Ugandan Baby Arnella clean bill of health, Minister pays a visit

It is good news for Baby Arnella! It has been reported that Arnella is perfectly doing ok and has been discharged from the hospital. Thank God for technology, the hidden camera installed by Arnella’s parents exposed the wicked nanny. Baby Arnella with her parents visits Inspector of Police, Kale Kayihura, earlier today. According to Daily Monitor , Youth and Children ...

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DJ seeks to form ‘voice guild’, Improve standards

By Robert Mukondiwa: Celebrated radio personality and arts critic Richard Kohola, popularly known as RK has embarked on a programme to establish a guild of seasoned trained ‘voice’ talent to do advert voice overs as well as related radio and possibly television workto world class standards. The move seeks to ensure that there is a high standard of expertise in ...

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Prophet Magaya “PHD All Night” stampede leaves 15 dead

KWEKWE – Fifteen people are reported dead while many others were seriously injured after a stampede at Prophet Walter Magaya’s all night crusade at Mbizo Stadium in Kwekwe this morning. The incident occured soon after the crusade, which was attended by about 15 000 congregants, when police allegedly closed other gates forcing the attendees to use a single exit point. It ...

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Bingeing season over but beerfest ideas hardly understood

By Robert Mukondiwa: While Zimbabwe has had organisers riding on the German idea of October being beer festival month, it seems there is still a critical lack of appreciation of what beerfests serve. The most prolific beer festival was probably the Lion Lager Summer Beer Festival, which as always attracted bumper crowds and had people sipping endless amounts of alcohol; ...

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Alas, the snake on ATM buzz was “phony”.

The last couple of days have been hectic on social media with many people alleging a woman with ‘muti’ charms had been caught on an ATM along Angwa street in Harare. fascinating with story was that no one could come up with close up photos of either the woman nor the distinct location coordinates of the incident except the picture ...

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Attendance tally and publicity fiddle: Prophet Magaya probed

LOCAL editors have accused the founder and leader of Prophetic Hearing Deliverance (PHD) church Walter Magaya of bribing journalist to ensure positive coverage of his ‘Night of Turnaround’ prayer meeting held in the capital last Friday. Coverage of the event dominated the media last weekend with attendance figures variously cited in the hundreds of thousands the weekly Standard putting the ...

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Magaya’s PHD All-Night attracts record attendance

The Prophetic Healing and Deliverance ministries’ all-night prayer held in Waterfalls on Friday could have pulled the largest crowd in the history of this country, estimated to have been over 300 000 people. According to some church officials, they had laid out 300 000 chairs but by the time the event started every chair had been occupied. The event which will ...

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