A court in Zimbabwe has convicted a popular self-styled prophet of fraud and fined him $700 (£540) for falsely claiming he had a herbal cure for HIV and Aids.
Walter Magaya earlier pleaded guilty to contravening the Medicines Control Act by selling an unapproved drug.
Police arrested him in November, and seized a herbal drug which he said could cure people who had HIV and Aids.
Zimbabwe has the sixth highest HIV prevalence rate in sub-Saharan Africa.
About 1.3 million people were living with HIV, according to UN data compiled in 2016. BBC.