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Bishop Dave Chikosi
by admin - 1 September 2014

By Bishop Dave Chikosi Anointing the sick with oil is not a new fad. Pentecostals have been anointing their sick with oil since the Azusa St Revival of 1902. This is the Revival that saw the birth of modern Pentecostalism. Bishop Dave Chikosi Among Catholics this sacrament is known as The Oil of the Infirm...

Politics

Mugabe raps Zanu PF Harare leadership

Mugabe raps Zanu PF Harare leadership

HARARE – President Robert Mugabe has slammed some members of the Zanu PF Harare provincial leadership for fanning divisions in the party and seeking to bar the First Lady’s ascendancy to the Women’s League top post. Mugabe raps Zanu PF Harare leadership The President said the province should instead concentrate on finding ways to win back the seats that were won by the opposition. President...

Business

AirZim recapitalisation needs US$368m

AirZim recapitalisation needs US$368m

Air Zimbabwe requires US$368 million to recapitalise operations and buy new aeroplanes as it has been incurring high operational costs due to its ageing fleet. AirZim recapitalisation needs US$368m Of the US$368 million required by the national airline for recapitalisation, US$331 million will go towards buying new planes which are necessary to improve competitiveness and profitability of the airline. Giving...

Opinion

God knows no incurable diseases

Bishop Dave Chikosi

By Bishop Dave Chikosi Anointing the sick with oil is not a new fad. Pentecostals have been anointing their sick with oil since the Azusa St Revival of 1902. This is the Revival that saw the birth of modern Pentecostalism. Bishop Dave Chikosi Among Catholics this sacrament is known as The Oil of the Infirm or Extreme Unction. There is nothing new here. Both Protestants and Catholics have believed...

Crimes & Courts

Education Minister’s car burnt to a shell

Primary and Secondary Education minister Lazarus Dokora

MT DARWIN – Three armed robbers disappeared with a Nissan NP300 truck belonging to the Minister of Primary and Secondary Education, Lazarus Dokora, in Mt Darwin before burning it to a shell to conceal evidence.  Primary and Secondary Education minister Lazarus Dokora The three criminals, two men and a woman, had earlier stolen a Toyota Raum in Harare and drove to Mt Darwin where they committed...

Local

Instructor, 2 learners crash, die after test

Police and onlookers at the scene of the crash along the Plumtree-Bulawayo highway yesterday

By Nqobile Tshili PLUMTREE – A driving instructor, returning from a road test at the Plumtree Vehicle Inspection Depot, died along with two student drivers when their car was involved in a horrific head-on collision along the Bulawayo- Plumtree Highway yesterday. Police and onlookers at the scene of the crash along the Plumtree-Bulawayo highway yesterday The trio died on the spot in an accident...

International

Lesotho ‘coup’: Sadc rejects Thabane’s troop request

Thomas Thabane

Regional leaders have rejected calls by Lesotho’s exiled Prime Minister Thomas Thabane for the immediate deployment of troops to help restore order in his country, an official has told the BBC. Thomas Thabane Instead, an observer team would be urgently sent to Lesotho, she said. Mr Thabane fled to South Africa on Saturday, claiming the military had staged a coup – a charge it denied. South...

Showbiz

Over 44 dancehall artistes enter Zima

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HARARE - Recently launched Zimbabwe Music Awards, Zima has received overwhelming support for their 2014 edition. Soul Jah Love According to Zima production assistant, Kganya Ndlovu, they processed close to 600 submissions from artistes who want to take part in this year’s awards. “Just looking at the figures, it is clear that Zim dancehall has become extremely popular with 44 entries for the...

Sports

Radamel Falcao to earn £346,000 a week

Radamel Falcao

Radamel Falcao’s season-long loan to Manchester United will cost the Old Trafford club a staggering £24 million, with the forward’s £346,000-a-week Monaco salary being paid in full by United. Radamel Falcao United have secured the biggest coup of transfer deadline day by completing a loan deal for the Colombian forward, with an agreement in place for manager Louis van Gaal to sign the...