The first locally trained priests in the Diocese of Botswana have been ordained in what was the largest ordination service held in the 42-year history of the diocese, in the Anglican Province of Central Africa.
16 December 2015
The Botswanan Minister of Youth, Sport and Culture, Mr Thapelo Olopeng has challenged churches to approach the government and show interest in the implementation of some of its programmes.
29 July 2015
A historic day for the diocese as the first locally trained students are ordained deacons.
19 December 2014
The Most Revd Albert Chama has told ACNS that the Provincial Churches need to co-operate and share best practice to have the most impact.
27 August 2014
A hospice manager has revealed that a culture of not accepting death as an natural process is preventing people in Botswana getting palliative care.
21 August 2014
A thanksgiving service took place to mark the renewal of the Companion Link Agreement between the Dioceses of Botswana and Newcastle.
17 June 2014
Botswana's Bishop wants to "liberate the laity" to be more involved in the life of the Church.
11 March 2014
Anglicans run the only hospice in Botswana's capital and now have plans to open an inpatient wing.
18 November 2013
"Visible unity imperative, but not primary...that is the integrity of the gospel and truth, honesty in theology," Bp Beleme.
15 July 2013
Botswana's first Botswanan-born bishop is to be enthroned on July 14.
02 July 2013
“Thy Kingdom Come” in southern Africa
The voice that cries in the wilderness
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Follow ACNS’ in-depth coverage of the 2-6 October Primates’ Meeting, in Canterbury Cathedral, England, the mother church of the Anglican Communion.
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