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Dealing With Bad Words in Marriage.

Ephesians 4:29
Let no corrupt communication proceed out of your mouth, but that which is good to the use of edifying, that it may minister grace unto the hearers.” 186 more words

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What you must know about the must-attend SeleXion Concert 

What’s this seleXion that everyone’s been talking so much about?
Well, I’m here to tell you what you need to know.
SeleXion is a musical concert that’s going to make this August one of your best ever. 198 more words


Mark that divisive person 

Where were you, when the Architect sat to draw the Master plan?
Where were you, when sweat poured out and muscles tired to mix mortar to build? 256 more words


THE HUMBLE LION: A story of a man destined to change generations

​The alphabets stare, highly privileged to permute and combine in power inscription and set in motion a subject, necessary for world’s consumption

Paper lays thoroughly prostrated and pen stands utterly honoured to partake in this ceremony of unveiling to the eyes of the oblivious many.Oblivious to the new God-breeze a-blowing! 671 more words


Be Blessed.

Sometimes our lives have to be completely shaken up, changed and re-arrange to relocate us to the place we are meant to be. I invite miracles to your lives this new month.Abundance will flow to you…

Source: Be Blessed.

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BMA - to be first order of business when Parliment re-opens

A “Unified border guard and authority” will be one of the first orders of business when Parliament opens for the third quarter of the year. 231 more words


Permanenet residence for foreign graduates.. but to whose expense?

According to Business Day Live, international students who graduate from South African universities will soon be allowed to apply for permanent residence. This news has undoubtedly come as a sigh of relief for many foreign students as it provides a sense of hope for their futures, particularly those who are unable to return to their home countries due to economic instability or political unrest, among many other reasons. 515 more words