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29 April 2016More than six thousand people from across Zimbabwe heard the Archbishop of Canterbury pay tribute to their church’s faith, courage and persistence in the face of difficult times during a Eucharist service in Harare's Glamis Arena last Sunday.21 April 2016The Archbishop of Canterbury has said he discussed the issue of same-sex marriage in talks with Zimbabwe’s president, Robert Mugabe, during a flying visit to Harare at the weekend.
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The purpose of the trip was to see the work of organisations that TEAR Australia partners with and to learn more about poverty and development.
Magistrate Godwin Sengweni stated that the evidence against Pastor Ncube was “overwhelming,” but suspend eight years of the 15-year sentence.
The newspapers also said that Pastor Ncube’s wife is a professor at Solusi University and that the incidents occurred when she was away on trips for the university.
Despite anti-gay policy, attacks on people in same-sex relationships are few and isolated to occasional pub brawls.
Some gays speculate that Mugabe, in power for decades, has harshly criticised gays to win popular support and is not intent on enforcing the sodomy law rigorously even though his government exercises tight control over society.
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