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Zimbabwe Catholic Bishops appeal for food aid for starving millions

In December 2019, the United Nations warned that Zimbabwe faces a "man-made" famine. Drought, hyperinflation, and poor economic and agricultural policies have transformed the...

My home — Africa

Ruvarashe Nyamupangedengu's Matric essay expresses her deep affection for her African heritage. She cherishes her Zimbabwean roots but celebrates that all of Africa is her home....

Being gay — a crime?

Did you know there are countries in our world where it is a crime to be gay? A Tanzanian governor has declared war on...

Too Many Losers? Assessing the 2018 Zimbabwe General Election

Every election is a contest, and every contest has winners and losers. With last month’s Zimbabwean election, though, it is not easy to say...

The Church should help heal Zimbabwe

In the aftermath of Zimbabwe’s elections, in which six persons died, a leading educationist, Jesuit Fr Joe Arimoso says to Vatican News that it...

Zimbabwe: No big changes are expected from the elections, and the economy is on the verge of collapsing

Longtime missionary and one-time prisoner, Jesuit Father Brian MacGarry, shares his feelings in an interview about the upcoming Zimbabwean election. Agenzia Fides reports.Harare -...

The Bishops: “Elections are an opportunity to build a new Zimbabwe”

Fides News Agency reports how the Bishops of Zimbabwe have released a new pastoral letter, entitled "Opening a new door" in which they state...

ZCBC: Elections could open a new door for Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe’s forthcoming elections on 30 July could be a pivotal moment in the country’s history, say the Catholic Bishops of Zimbabwe. In a pastoral letter, the bishops have called for Zimbabweans to vote for the good of the country and to pray for the country's moment of grace. 

As Zimbabwe election approaches, Christian leaders stress peace, civility

As Zimbabwe prepares for its major presidential election next month, Christian leaders in Zimbabwe are stressing the need for calm and peace in the...

“Nothing much has changed” the Denis Hurley Peace Institute says after Zimbabwe visit

Recently the former director of the Denis Hurley Peace Institute, Mr Danisa Khumalo, with the present director, Mr Johan Viljoen, visited Zimbabwe. They met...

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Bishop Tsoke moves to Kimberley, Vanqa appointed to Queenstown. Mphiwe ordained for Rustenburg.

At 1pm today in Rome the Holy Father Pope Francis announced that he has appointed as bishop of the diocese of Queenstown, South Africa,...

Don’t give up: a message for the new school year

The 2021 academic year started nearly a month late. Many learners are anxious about the work they missed last year and many are sad...

What do you truly desire?

Inspired by a Netflix series and an Ash Wednesday retreat, Sarah-Leah Pimentel reflects on what she wants out of life. She explains that a...

Continued support for Trump casts shadow on global democracy

United States President Joseph R. Biden Jr, has been in office just shy of a month.  Many people, inside and outside of US borders...