‘I seriously considered relocating to South Africa last year’ – Prophet Magaya

Prophet Walter Magaya

Prophet Walter Magaya has sensationally revealed he seriously considered relocating to South Africa last year in the wake of the battering he was receiving on a number of fronts in this country where he felt he was no longer wanted nor appreciated by his countrymen.

He said he only decided to stay because he felt such a move would have sent the wrong signal that he was fleeing from the legal woes that were stalking him, including accusations he raped a student, a charge which he strenuously denied.

The student later withdrew the charges.

In a candid and wide-ranging interview with our sister newspaper The Herald’s Senior Sports Editor, Robson Sharuko last week, the Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries leader, who is set to hold a crusade in Cape Town this week, said:

– He toyed with the idea of turning his back on his motherland and going to settle in South Africa where he felt he was loved and appreciated. Read more

Pastor Chris fever grips Harare

Nigerian pastor, Chris Oyakhilome

Nigerian pastor, Chris Oyakhilome

It’s just a few days before charismatic Nigerian pastor, Chris Oyakhilome, hosts a Global Worship and Communion Service at the 60 000 seat National Sports Stadium.

Judging by his popularity in South Africa where he holds a record of filling the giant FNB Stadium whose capacity is close to 95 000, the leader of Christ Embassy is quite an extraordinary character.

The prolific preacher makes a debut visit to Zimbabwe next Sunday for an afternoon service which has been dubbed a ‘not to be missed event’. Read more

‘I’m not going to say too much in case he wants to come back and fight me again’ – Anthony Joshua speaks

Undefeated British fighter Anthony Joshua defeated Wladimir Klitschko in their world heavyweight title fight at Wembley tonight. In his post match interview, Joshua said,

“Well, what can I say. First and foremost 19 and 0, three and a half years in the game. I’m not perfect but I’m trying. If you don’t take part you fail. I want to give a big shout out to my trainer and GB boxing, to 90,000 people in the arena and lastly a massive shout-out for Wladimir Klitschko.

I’m not going to say too much in case he wants to come back and fight me again but he is a role model in and out for the ring and I’ve got huge respect and love for Wladimir Klitschko.
I am a little bit emotional because there are people who think I can’t do it. Read more

100 days in office – ‘I thought it would be easy’ – Donald trump

It’s barely 24 hour to the first 100 days of US president, Donald Trump in office. Reflecting on his time so far, Trump in a recent interview with Reuters said,

‘I loved my previous life, I loved my previous life. I had so many things going. I actually, think this is more work than my previous life.

I thought it would be easier. I do miss my old life, I like to work. But this is actually more work. I like to drive,I can’t drive any more.” Read more

New CNN/ORC poll shows Donald Trump as the worst U.S. leader in 100 days

As the first 100-days Donald Trump’s presidency approaches, a new CNN/ORC poll finds the President on the lowest approval rating of any newly-elected president at this stage.

Overall, 44% say they approve of Trump’s handling of the presidency while 54% disapprove.

The 44% marker puts Trump last among approval ratings for newly-elected presidents at the 100-day point since modern polling began.

All 14 tracks on Kendrick Lamar’s new Album on Billboard Chart

Rapper, Kendrick Lamar’s new 14-track album “DAMN.” is blowing up on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart.

Every song on the album is on the chart, making Kendrick Lamar the fifth artist to chart as many as 14 simultaneous titles on the Hot 100, according to Billboard. T

he pop stars before him to have had as many as 14 songs on the chart at the same time include; The Beatles, Drake, The Weeknd and Justin Bieber.

‘I will not run for any public office’ – Michelle Obama

Related imageUS former first lady, Michelle Obama in her first speech since stepping down from her position has revealed that she has no intention to run for a political office for family reasons.

In her speech culled from CNN during the recent America Institute of Architecture convention in Orlando, Michelle who admitted that the White House stay was tough, told the audience that she wouldn’t run for public office saying: ‘I wouldn’t ask my children to do this again.’ Read more

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