Church of the Province of Central Africa

 

Groundbreaking for Zimbabwe college

To mark the 34th anniversary of its foundation, the Diocese of Manicaland in Eastern Zimbabwe has broken ground on the construction of a new college for women.

 

Dr Kunonga ordered to repay diocese $428,000

A Zimbabwe High Court has ordered the former Bishop of Harare, Dr. Nolbert Kunoga, to pay back the diocese the value of shares he sold after he led the church into schism in 2007.

 

Malawi bishop backs govt family planning campaign

The Bishop of Southern Malawi has urged Anglicans to practice family planning, allowing families to determine the number and spacing of births. According to the Nyasa Times, the Rt. Rev.

 

Groundbreaking for Zimbabwe's Anglican university

The Church of the Province of Central Africa broke ground Saturday for Zimbabwe’s newest university.

 

Clergy protected by civil employment law, court finds

A Zambian Industrial Relations Court (IRC) has dismissed the claim of an Anglican priest that he was wrongfully terminated by his diocese.

 

Bishop Bakare rejects accusations of being an American stooge

The former Bishop of Harare has denounced claims that he is a tool of the US government and an enemy of the regime.

 

Zambian president declares national day of prayer and fasting

The President of Zambia has declared 18 Oct 2015 a day of fasting, repentance and prayer for the Central African Nation.

 

Police expell ZANU-PF militants from Harare church farm

A joint military-police operation removed the members of the youth wing of the ruling ZANU-PF party from the church farm in Chitungwiza

 

Church defends ownership of Harare parish farm

The land grab by members of the youth wing of President Robert Mugabe’s ZANU-PF party of a farm belonging to St Mary’s Anglican Church in Chitungwiza has evolved into a political fight between the ruling government party and the opposition MDC-T party.

 
 

ZANU-PF mob seizes Anglican church

The Diocese of Harare reports that a mob stormed St Mary’s Anglican Church in Chitungwiza during worship and blocked the congregation from leaving the building for over three hours.