Zimbabwe's VP Chiwenga Uses Mass to Hit Out at Fake Prophets

Thousands of Christians - led by the Roman Catholic Church - converged on Vice President Constantino Chiwenga's Hwedza homestead to pray for a speedy recovery following his recent discharge from a South African hospital. Speaking at the mass, Chiwenga slammed "fake prophets". This follows predictions by prominent Harare preacher Apostle Thomas Chiwenga that two important people in Zimbabwe would die in quick succession.

  • Zimbabwe:   VP Chiwenga Hits Out at Fake Prophecies

    New Zimbabwe, 22 October 2018

    Thousands of Christians led by the Roman Catholic Church Sunday converged at Vice President Constantino Chiwenga Hwedza homestead to pray for the VP's speedy recovery following his… Read more »

Vice President Constantino Chiwenga addresses congregants during a solidarity prayer meeting at his homestead. Seated on the left is Father Emmanuel Ribeiro of the Roman Catholic Church.

  • Zimbabwe:   VP Goes Down Memory Lane

    The Herald, 22 October 2018

    Vice President Constantino Chiwenga is back on his feet and yesterday attended a prayer meeting at his rural home in Hwedza where he took people down memory lane explaining how he… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:   VP Chiwenga Warns Fake Prophets

    The Herald, 22 October 2018

    The era of fake prophets who hide behind the name of God to attack the national leadership and extort money from the public has ended, Vice-President Constantino Chiwenga has said. Read more »


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