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Apostle Moosa Joshua Mohlala: The Rising Prophet in Southern Africa’s Spiritual Landscape

In the realm of spirituality, certain individuals possess the remarkable ability to inspire and transform lives. Southern Africa has witnessed the rise of an extraordinary figure in the field of prophecy: Apostle Moosa Joshua Mohlala, the founder of Shekinah Healing Ministries. Revered for his profound spiritual insights and the impact he has on the lives of many, Apostle Mohlala is increasingly being hailed as the new Prophet TB Joshua of Southern Africa. International visitors are flocking to his church in Cape Town, seeking spiritual solutions, just as they did with the late Prophet TB Joshua.

Following the passing of Prophet TB Joshua, a void was left in the hearts of millions who had been touched by his teachings, healings, and prophecies. Apostle Moosa Joshua Mohlala has emerged as a prominent spiritual leader, carrying on the legacy of his predecessor and drawing international visitors to his church in Cape Town.
Prophet TB Joshua, the late founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), was a revered and influential spiritual leader who touched the lives of millions across the globe. His teachings, healings, and prophecies made a lasting impact on countless individuals, transforming their lives for the better. Following his passing, many wondered who would continue his remarkable legacy.

Apostle Moosa Joshua Mohlala has emerged as a prominent figure who is seen as carrying the torch of Prophet TB Joshua’s spiritual mantle. With his unique prophetic insights and a powerful ministry, Apostle Mohlala has become a beacon of hope for those seeking spiritual guidance and healing.
One of the most striking resemblances between Apostle Mohlala and Prophet TB Joshua lies in their prophetic gifts. Both possess an uncanny ability to reveal hidden truths, provide accurate predictions, and offer divine guidance to individuals seeking direction. Through their prophetic words, they bring solace, healing, and hope to those in need.

Source: Bulawayo 24

In other news-Bindura’s Ran Mine now operational

Ran Mine in Bindura is now fully operational as the resuscitation of closed mines in Mashonaland Central continues in earnest since the Second Republic boosted investor confidence.


The mine closed in 2009, but exploration resumed in 2018.

Gold mining and processing resumed in August 2020 after the installation of a new milling plant and equipment.

The mine has so far produced 122 kilograms of the yellow metal. Learn more

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