Anglican Church of Southern Africa


South African Anglican Church announces new steps to combat sexual abuse

In future anyone wanting to be ordained to serve as a clergyperson will have to provide a police clearance certificate.


Cape Town archbishop calls for strengthening rape victims' rights under church law

Archbishop Makgoba welcomed the Constitutional Court judgement making it easier to bring to justice the perpetrators of sexual assault and vows the church will follow


Johannesburg bishop detained under apartheid dies at 89

Suffragan Bishop Mfaniseni Sigisbert Ndwandwe of Johannesburg who was detained without trial during the 1980s has died.


Easter sermon of the Archbishop of Cape Town

We must take the new life [of the resurrection] to every dark place, every oppressive situation, to all exploited people and unjust structures.


Archbishop Makgoba: The ANC’s time may have passed

Cape Town archbishop sees change in South Africa's political future


Cape Town parish firebombed

Student protester arrested for arson attack on St Mark's in District Six


Pastoral Letter from the Southern African Synod of Bishops

Bishop Nkosinathi Ndwandwe, the Suffragan Bishop of Natal, was elected Bishop of Mthatha.


Archbishop Makgoba's sermon at 500th anniversary celebration of the Reformation

A sermon delivered to a Festive Service celebrating the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation at the 36th German Protestant Kirchentag, at the Elbe Meadows, Wittenberg