Church leaders from Zimbabwe, central Africa and Europe have been commenting on the on-going political situation in Zimbabwe.
16 November 2017
Three women from Malawi are to receive the Order of the Epiphany – the highest lay honour of the Anglican Church of Central Africa.
20 October 2017
Anglicans and other Christian leaders calling on governments to implement the promises they made at the 2015 Paris Climate Change talks.
19 October 2017
Anglican leaders in Africa are sponsoring a church-led initiative to end the conflict in South Sudan. The Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa has invited South Sudanese church leaders to Zambia next month to press for the guns to be silenced.
23 June 2017
The bishops of the Anglican Province of Central Africa took a lead from Young Green Anglicans in the region by planting trees when they gathered in Malawi for a recent meeting.
05 December 2016
The Archbishop of Central Africa, Albert Chama, has been elected as the new chair of the Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa (Capa). Archbishop Stanley Ntagali from Uganda is the new vice chair.
10 August 2016
Four Primates and 20 bishops gathered in Accra, Ghana, recently for the seventh year of the “Bishop in Dialogue” consultations.
04 July 2016
The first World Humanitarian Summit was a “turning point” in the way the world works to alleviate the suffering of millions, the UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon said as the summit came to an end. Members of the Anglican Communion were amongst those present for the summit in Instanbul, Turkey.
25 May 2016
The Archbishop of Canterbury has said he discussed the issue of same-sex marriage in talks with Zimbabwe’s president, Robert Mugabe, during a flying visit to Harare at the weekend. The Archbishop had stressed that the meeting at State House on Sunday was pastoral rather than political. Few details have been made public.
18 April 2016
A delegation up of bishops, an official welcome from a government minister, a group of journalists, and an 80-strong choir of Mothers’ Union members greeted the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby when he arrived in Lusaka on Tuesday for a meeting of the Anglican Consultative Council’s standing committee ahead of the start, on Friday, of ACC-16.
07 April 2016