Anglican Church in Southern Africa

 

South African diocese endorses gay blessings

Diocese of Saldanha Bay becomes the first African Anglican diocese to back same-sex blessings

 

Infuse land debate with Gospel values says Capetown archbishop

Op-ed on land reform and collectivization by South African Archbishop Thabo Makgoba

 

Calls to expropriate church lands in South Africa

EFF adds churches and traditional tribal leaders to its list of those whose land must be expropriated by the state

 

Cape Town archbishop addresses the nation's return to racism

A sermon preached at a combined Confirmation Service for Anglican Schools in Cape Town, held at St Cyprian's School, on 26 August 2018: 

 

Cape Town archbishop apologizes for Tutu's apartheid era politics

Archbishop Thabo Makgoba celebrates Zulu leader Chief Mangosuthu Buthelezi's 90th birthday, affirming he is a "faithful Anglican"

 

Statement from the Archbishop of Cape Town on the resignation of President Zuma

Archbishop Thabo Makgoba "one has an obligation to be accountable to all the citizens of the country rather than to the party to which one belongs"

 

South African diocesan synod affirms GAFCON's Jerusalem Declaration

Any nominee for bishop of the Diocese of Port Elizabeth must affirm the 2008 statement from the GAFCON Conference in Jerusalem

 

Parliamentary committee proposes govt registration and oversight of all churches

Proposals to ban snakehandling and curtail fraudulent ministers an overreach of authority by the state, church leaders say

 

Easter Vigil Sermon: Thabo Makgoba

Archbishop Thabo Makgoba of Cape Town has appealed in his Easter sermon for South Africans to turn the crisis created by a “deeply corrupt regime” into an opportunity by creating a broad-based coal