Anglican Church of Southern Africa

 

Tutu gay marriage announced

The Rev. Canon Mpho A. Tutu and Prof. Marceline van Furth were married in a private ceremony on 30 Dec 2015 in Oegstgees in the Netherlands

 

Corruption tearing apart South Africa, Cape Town archbishop says in his Christmas homily

"our nation’s moral pollution has infected sections of our government in epidemic proportions. If not purposefully and vigorously addressed, this pollution will disorient us, engulf us and eventually overwhelm us" -- Thabo Makgoba

 

The theological world view of Archbishop Thabo Makgoba

Rollin Grams looks at the theology of Thabo Makgoba and finds that despite his claims, the Cape Town archbishop is not orthodox nor does he promote orthodox beliefs.

 

Archbishop Tutu named Companion of Honour

Prince Henry of Wales has bestowed the Order of the Companions of Honour upon the former Archbishop of Cape Town Desmond Tutu.

 

Govt backs down on university tuition hikes

South African President Jacob Zuma has agreed to cancel a planned rise in student university fees that had led to student protests across the nation.

 

South African court weighs claim of gay discrimination from defrocked minister

South Africa’s Constitutional Court heard oral arguments last month on a case pitting the right of a church to order its internal affairs against gay rights.

 

Tutu health bulletin

The Archbishop of Cape Town has released a bulletin concerning the health of his predecessor, Archbishop Desmond Tutu. On 20 August 2015 the Most Rev.

 

Namibia fails to elect new bishop

Appointment will now be made by the September meeting of the Southern African House of Bishops

 

Italian missionary elected Anglican Bishop of Natal

A former Roman Catholic priest and current Anglican Bishop of Zululand, the Rt. Rev. Dino Gabriel, has been elected bishop of Natal.

 

Pentecost broadcast by the Archbishop of Cape Town

In an audio message recorded for Pentecost, Archbishop Thabo Makgoba has linked the celebration of the beginnings of the Church to the creation of a society that is "neither Afrophobic nor xenophobic."

 

Cape Town archbishop denounces "xenophobic violence"

The Archbishop of Cape Town has called for South Africans to join him in the “One Million March Against Xenophobic Attacks”