The Citizen APOLOGISES to Alph Lukau for Fake News

The Citizen has since retracted a statement reported by them last week in which a cameraman from Alleluia Ministries International was incorrectly identified as Brighton Moyo the man in the coffin that was prayed for during Sunday service on the 24 February, 2019.   BELOW is a statement from The Citizen: After being incorrectly identified […]

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Catholic Church’s problems with abuse are playing out in India amid summit

As more than 200 leaders from the Roman Catholic Church meet in Rome for an unprecedented summit to address clergy sexual abuse, a crisis is being renewed in India. In the southern Indian state of Kerala, accusations of sexual abuse involving the Catholic Church have demonstrated the challenges of holding some members of the clergy to account, […]

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Vice President Chiwenga’s Health And Pastor Alph Lukau’s Prophesy Revisited

The health of vice president, Rtd General Constantino Chiwenga, has interested many in Zimbabwe. Speculation and rumours regarding his health have flooded social media platforms with many unofficially pronouncing all sorts of diagnoses and even his death. Officials in the government have not been clear in their communication of his ailments, and this has perhaps […]

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Religious leaders tell CRL they will self-regulate

Some religious leaders have told the CRL Rights Commission they’ll sort out their own problems. This week the watchdog held a summit with religious leaders to discuss ways of tackling problems in the sector. Michael Swain from Freedom of Religion South Africa said it’s important that the religious committee regulate itself according to its own standards. […]

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Zimbabwe churches intervene as opposition snub Mnangagwa talks

Zimbabwe’s churches on Thursday sought to broker talks between the government and its opponents over a political and economic crisis they said had left the country “angry and traumatised”, after the main opposition snubbed a meeting with the president. The southern African nation had hoped to shake off its divided past after a 2017 coup […]

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Trio nabbed trying to sell 1 200-year-old Bible in Turkey

A 1 200-year-old Bible was found during an anti-smuggling operation in south-eastern Turkey, the governor’s office said Tuesday. Three suspects were nabbed while trying to sell the ancient book on Monday in the city of Kayapinar, the Diyarbakir governor’s office said in a statement. The Bible has a total of 34 pages embossed with gold. […]

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96 Days Later, Nonstop Church Service to Protect Refugees Finally Ends

It was one of the longest religious ceremonies ever recorded, lasting for more than three months and involving nearly 1,000 pastors and priests. But on Wednesday afternoon, a Dutch church’s nonstop 96-day vigil finally came to an end after its organizers received confirmation that a family of refugees sheltering inside the church would no longer […]

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Nuns who protested Indian bishop accused of rape say church trying to silence them

A group of nuns who spoke out about alleged sexual abuse by a bishop in the southern Indian state of Kerala claim the church is attempting to transfer them to other parts of the country, in an apparent attempt to silence them. The nuns recently asked the chief minister of Kerala to intervene on their […]

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Asia Bibi case: Christian woman jailed for blasphemy free to leave Pakistan after supreme court ruling

Pakistan’s supreme court has upheld its decision to acquit Asia Bibi, a Christian woman who spent eight years on death row over blasphemy charges, meaning she is now free to leave the country and seek asylum in Canada. More follows… Source – Independent UK

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