Church of the Province of Central Africa


Bishop asks courts to ban troublesome parishioners

Bishop of Manicaland asks court to block 26 members of a Mutare parish from returning to church


Ex-bishop demands repayment of loans to Central African church

Bishop Julius Makoni seeks repayment of $116,000 in loans to the CPCA used to pay the church's attorneys in the Kunonga affair


Archbishop of Central Africa writes to Ban Ki-moon on refugees

At the request of the Archbishop of Canterbury, Archbishop Albert Chama has written to the UN Secretary General ahead of the UN summit on refugees and migrants today.


Police repress pro-democracy march in Harare

"The Anglican Church stands on the side of the People of Zimbabwe as they exercise their right to be heard by their Government."


Malawi sees spike in cholera and typhoid cases

An Anglican nursing school in Malawi has reopened after health officials gave it a clean bill of health following an outbreak of typhoid in early July.


Mugabe warns churches to keep quiet

Church leaders who have denounced the nonegarian strongman are tools of British imperialism, Mugabe claims


Kunonga plea for judicial relief

Oral argument was heard last week before the Zimbabwe Supreme Court on the petition of Dr. Nolbert Kunonga to set aside a judgment of $427,89 awarded the Diocese of Harare


UMCA honored in Malawi

The memory of the Universities Mission to Central Africa (UMCA) was honored last week in Malawi at the site of its second mission station in the country. 


Famine fears for Malawi

Church leaders in the Central African nation of Malawi report the country is on the brink of famine with most of Southern Africa in the grip of drought


Bishop condemns witch murders

The Bishop of Upper Shire has condemned as “satanic and barbaric” the murder of four elderly people accused of sorcery.