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Bishop Nhlapho performs miracles at church launch

image Bishop ND Nhlapho ministering during the launch of his ministry at Mavuso Exhibition Centre yesterday. (Pic: Simon Shabangu)

Renowned South African Bishop ND Nhlapho had people dropping like flies, proving his miracle wonders during the launch service for his local branch at Mavuso Trade Centre yesterday.


The scene of the people lying on the floor could be easily mistaken for a bus accident scene as the people rolled on the ground in front of the stage. 

The ushers and church marshals had a busy moment lifting the congregants from their seats to the front after they were ‘touched by the spirit’ and fell off from their seats while others were screaming on top of their voices. 


The bishop had not touched any of them but spoke the word from the podium ministering to the gathering. 

The service which was a launch of the church in the country attracted scores of people from near and far who were present hoping for miracles which indeed happened to many as some were able to  get up and walk   from their wheel chairs while others were freed from their crutches as they were seen walking without.

By the end of the service a number of people already had testimonies with others saying when they came to the church they had eye and ear problems but  were healed. 

Another said he was forced to take early retirement because of hearing problems but now had been healed .

Another said he had problems with his legs but all that was gone after the prayers by the bishop.


Bishop Nhlapho who is founder and leader of God Never Fails (GNF) Ministries is well known for being a powerful minister of the word of God and also being miracle performing preacher who is a strong believer that what is impossible with man is possible with God. GNF has over 20 branches across South Africa and beyond and will be adding Swaziland in their long list of places of fellowship. 

The local branch will be based at the Matsapha Industrial site next to Logico where they will have healing services on Saturdays and a church service on Sunday mornings. Hundreds of people came from all walks of the country filling the biggest hall at the Mavuso Trade and Exhibition Centre  listening to the sermon while a majority were hoping for miracles of healing and deliverance from their problems. 


Some brought their family members who have different ailments while others were on crutches and wheelchairs.

The prayer session saw all present queueing just to be touched by the bishop. 

The bishop took time to pray for all the people  and invited them to come for healing services which will be happening every Saturday at Matsapha next to Logico, where the church will be conducting their services. 

 The coming of Bishop Nhlapho was facilitated by Bishop Nash Shongwe of Divine Healing Ministries who also introduced him to the King who he met at Lozitha Royal Palace on Thursday upon his arrival. 

Bishop Nhlapho said he was grateful to Bishop Shongwe who was also part of the audience ensuring that the ministry receives the proper welcome into the country. 

Among the many notable faces present at the service was National Commissioner of Police Isaac Magagula, businessman Themba Dlamini, PICO Khulani Mamba and Howard Mabuza. 

The bishop has the GNF Foundation and GNF TV, satellite television station that he uses to change millions of lives through the sermons and miracle sessions hosted by the station.

He got the GNF vision back in 1992 while he was a member of the Assemblies of God.  

He continued to serve under Assemblies of God church until 2002 when the Lord appeared to him again to give him a go ahead to get into full time ministry. 

Bishop ND Nhlapo studied Theology at Hertage of Faith Bible College. In 2007, he was ordained as Bishop. In 2011, he was honoured with a Doctorate. 

He is married to VE Nhlapo and God has blessed them with three children.  

In 2015 he was crowned SA Men of the Year Awards, an award that seeks to recognise and honour South African men of statue. 

The award honours an all-rounder, a man who dominates in all sectors; he is a leader and is passionate about our social economic issues.


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