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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.As a vehicle of personal empowerment, History engenders in learners an understanding of human agency.This brings with it the knowledge that, as human beings, learners have choices, and that they can make the choice to change the world for the better.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.The key to passing exams isn’t down to hard work and dedication to studying but, in fact, having faith in God, all the while armed with an anointed pen, according to one pastor from Zimbabwe.One parishioner even told Nigerian Watch online her son was not very bright, wholeheartedly believing the pen would help him pass, adding: “With the knowledge he has acquired and this pen from the man of God, I think it is going to work.” Hungwe was said to have gone on to perform miracles in front of crowds while the pens were being distributed, with people giving testimonies of deliverance after, reported Amebo Book.

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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.

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.As a vehicle of personal empowerment, History engenders in learners an understanding of human agency.This brings with it the knowledge that, as human beings, learners have choices, and that they can make the choice to change the world for the better.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.The key to passing exams isn’t down to hard work and dedication to studying but, in fact, having faith in God, all the while armed with an anointed pen, according to one pastor from Zimbabwe.One parishioner even told Nigerian Watch online her son was not very bright, wholeheartedly believing the pen would help him pass, adding: “With the knowledge he has acquired and this pen from the man of God, I think it is going to work.” Hungwe was said to have gone on to perform miracles in front of crowds while the pens were being distributed, with people giving testimonies of deliverance after, reported Amebo Book.

A 17-year-old Nyanyadzi High School girl, who exposed Satanic shenanigans that sparked off protests and brought business at the school to a standstill on Monday, has made spine chilling revelations, whose script reads like an African movie.

The MI5 agent also quizzed Mr Chapman, 30, about Mr Sharpe’s close relationship with Ms Chapman’s father, Vasily Kushchenko, a high-ranking Russian diplomat who was accused last week of involvement with his country’s secret services, formerly known as the KGB.

Mr Chapman claims that his wife and Mr Sharpe, who is understood to be linked to tyrant Robert Mugabe’s regime, set up Southern Union, which has charitable status, to enable Zimbabwean expats to send money home at competitive exchange rates.

Zimbabwean bond coins are used as a proxy for US dollar and cent coins.

Zimbabwean bond notes for 2 and 5 dollars were introduced in 2016 at par value of the US dollar), officially the Republic of Zimbabwe, is a landlocked country located in southern Africa, between the Zambezi and Limpopo Rivers.

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