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SENIOR members of the African Apostolic Church (VaApostora VeAfrica)’s Holy Shrines founded by archbishop Paul Mwazha have filed an urgent chamber application seeking to stop his son, Alfred, from hosting a three-day mass ceremony starting this Friday. Mwazha’s other son, Chiseko, in an

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UK lawmaker stabbed in eastern England has died

LONDON (AP) — British Conservative lawmaker David Amess has died after being stabbed Friday during a meeting with constituents at a church in eastern England. A 25-year-old man has been arrested. The Essex Police force said officers were called to reports of a stabbing in Leigh-on-Sea just after noon Friday. It said “a man was arrested and a

Belarusian Elites’ Golden Deal With Zimbabwe

In March 2018, Belarus’ autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko dispatched his right-hand man Viktor Sheiman to Zimbabwe to negotiate trade and business deals on the government’s behalf. Sheiman has been one of Lukashenko’s closest allies ever since the 1994 electoral campaign that brought the strongman to power. While serving as Belarus’

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Tuku Music in court over tax evasion

Herald Senior Court Reporter TUKU Music and Promotions (Pvt) Limited, owned by the late music icon Oliver Mtukudzi, was yesterday summoned to appear at the Harare Magistrates Court on allegations of failing to submit income tax returns and Value Added Tax (VAT) to the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA). The music label, which was being

Macheso lines up concerts in South Africa

SUNGURA kingpin Alick Macheso will hold two concerts in South Africa next month, two months after he called off his 53rd birthday celebratory shows in the same due to Covid-19 restrictions. Dubbed “Alick Macheso and Orchestra Mberikwazvo South Africa Tour 2021,” tour will see the band perform in Johannesburg and Germiston on October 9 and 10

Fashion News

Stars dazzle in defiant fashion at ‘surreal’ Met Gala

The crowd of some 400 actors, athletes, poets and performers -- all of whom were either vaccinated or had tested negative for COVID-19 -- was largely maskless on the cream carpet. AFP |  NEW YORK, United States - New York is done with dressing down: the splashy black-tie Met Gala returned Monday, with a cohort of Gen-Z's glitterati hosting

Technological News

Apple’s shares dropped on Tuesday following reports it could slash its iPhone 13 production targets due to the ongoing global computer chip shortage. The electronic giant had expected to make 90 million iPhones in the last quarter of 2021, reported Bloomberg. However, Apple was now