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News outlets from across Africa have reported how local holy man Prophet Sham Hungwe, of House of Grace International Church, has been working out of Machipisa Shopping Centre selling ‘holy’ ballpoints which, he claims, will take students down the road to success during exam season.Despite actually only costing 15 cents (10p) each, South African radio station, News4Zim, reported how Hungwe has been selling the ballpoints for between

News outlets from across Africa have reported how local holy man Prophet Sham Hungwe, of House of Grace International Church, has been working out of Machipisa Shopping Centre selling ‘holy’ ballpoints which, he claims, will take students down the road to success during exam season.Despite actually only costing 15 cents (10p) each, South African radio station, News4Zim, reported how Hungwe has been selling the ballpoints for between $1 to $20 (65p to £13) each, telling parents and students: “It is anointed and I declare passes when your children sit for exams.” Said to have sold hundreds so far, one parent reportedly parted with more than $10 (£6.50) for one of the pens after Hungwe told crowds the more faith placed in God, and the more money parted with, the more chance guaranteed for success.An interim order which was passed in a maintenance wrangle pitting a top politician and his alleged mistress in which he was disputing the paternity of a seven-year-old child is now a final order after the politician allegedly failed to raise money to go for paternity tests. The Russian redhead at the centre of the American espionage probe worked with multi-millionaire Ken Sharpe for three years at a British registered company based in the London flat she shared with her then husband, Alex.He and his wife, wearing the same outfit, were surrounded by thousands of supporters in a defiant show of strength after nearly four decades in power.Wearing dark glasses and a multi-coloured jacket bearing an image of himself in younger days, Mr Mugabe hosted a birthday celebration in Matabeleland attended by government supporters and delegates from ruling parties in Botswana, Namibia, Angola and Zambia.He appealed for the ruling ZANU-PF party to overcome its divisions.Zimbabwe's challenges include drought and a strike by doctors over working conditions that has forced army and police doctors to deploy in public hospitals.

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News outlets from across Africa have reported how local holy man Prophet Sham Hungwe, of House of Grace International Church, has been working out of Machipisa Shopping Centre selling ‘holy’ ballpoints which, he claims, will take students down the road to success during exam season.

Despite actually only costing 15 cents (10p) each, South African radio station, News4Zim, reported how Hungwe has been selling the ballpoints for between $1 to $20 (65p to £13) each, telling parents and students: “It is anointed and I declare passes when your children sit for exams.” Said to have sold hundreds so far, one parent reportedly parted with more than $10 (£6.50) for one of the pens after Hungwe told crowds the more faith placed in God, and the more money parted with, the more chance guaranteed for success.

An interim order which was passed in a maintenance wrangle pitting a top politician and his alleged mistress in which he was disputing the paternity of a seven-year-old child is now a final order after the politician allegedly failed to raise money to go for paternity tests.

The Russian redhead at the centre of the American espionage probe worked with multi-millionaire Ken Sharpe for three years at a British registered company based in the London flat she shared with her then husband, Alex.

He and his wife, wearing the same outfit, were surrounded by thousands of supporters in a defiant show of strength after nearly four decades in power.

to (65p to £13) each, telling parents and students: “It is anointed and I declare passes when your children sit for exams.” Said to have sold hundreds so far, one parent reportedly parted with more than (£6.50) for one of the pens after Hungwe told crowds the more faith placed in God, and the more money parted with, the more chance guaranteed for success.An interim order which was passed in a maintenance wrangle pitting a top politician and his alleged mistress in which he was disputing the paternity of a seven-year-old child is now a final order after the politician allegedly failed to raise money to go for paternity tests. The Russian redhead at the centre of the American espionage probe worked with multi-millionaire Ken Sharpe for three years at a British registered company based in the London flat she shared with her then husband, Alex.He and his wife, wearing the same outfit, were surrounded by thousands of supporters in a defiant show of strength after nearly four decades in power.Wearing dark glasses and a multi-coloured jacket bearing an image of himself in younger days, Mr Mugabe hosted a birthday celebration in Matabeleland attended by government supporters and delegates from ruling parties in Botswana, Namibia, Angola and Zambia.He appealed for the ruling ZANU-PF party to overcome its divisions.Zimbabwe's challenges include drought and a strike by doctors over working conditions that has forced army and police doctors to deploy in public hospitals.

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Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has celebrated his 93rd birthday donning a jacket with his own face on.He said that he got through to her Russian mobile phone just hours after she was denied bail on charges of conspiring to act as an unregistered agent of a foreign government.