Catholic Church in Zimbabwe

Fr. Limukani Ndlovu of Zimbabwe’s Archdiocese of Bulawayo. Credit: Courtesy Photo

Politicians Should Emulate Jesus in Leadership Regardless of Background: Zimbabwean Priest

Apr 29, 2022

A Catholic Priest in Zimbabwe’s Archdiocese of Bulawayo has urged politicians to emulate Christ’s leadership by being faithful to the laws of their countries irrespective of “their Christian religious background”.

Fr. Phillip Kembo, Director of the Catholic Parliamentary Liaison Office (CPLO) of the Zimbabwean Catholic Bishops’ Conference (ZCBC). Credit: IMBISA

Catholic Priest Concerned About “undocumented, unaccompanied children” entering S. Africa

Apr 24, 2022

A Catholic Priest ministering in Zimbabwe’s Mutare Diocese has, in an interview with ACI Africa, expressed concern about the increasing number of “undocumented and unaccompanied children” entering South Africa.

Theresa Patience Sanyatwe,  Child Safeguarding Officer at the Zimbabwe Catholic Bishops’ Conference (ZCBC). Credit: IMBISA

Many Catholics Lack Sufficient Knowledge to Safeguard Minors: Baseline Report in Zimbabwe

Apr 23, 2022

The report of a baseline pilot study in Zimbabwe’s Catholic Archdiocese of Harare indicates that many people in the Metropolitan See do not have enough knowledge to protect minors and other vulnerable people from abuses.

Sustainability of the project lies in the hands of the community. Credit: Catholic Church News Zimbabwe

Caritas Zimbabwe Advocates for “proper capacity building” to Aid Project implementation

Apr 17, 2022

Officials of Caritas Zimbabwe’s Catholic Dioceses are advocating for “proper capacity building” of those involved in implementing projects in the Southern African nation amid “general donor-fatigue amongst our donors”. 

Sr. Esnath Gondo reaches out to young girls with sanitation items in Beitbridge, a town in Matabeleland South Province that forms the political border between South Africa and Zimbabwe. Credit: Sr. Esnath Gondo

Catholic Nun in Zimbabwe Laments Lack of Sanitation Facilities at Border Town

Apr 5, 2022

A Catholic Nun ministering in Zimbabwe has lamented the lack of sanitation facilities for migrants and informal traders living in Beitbridge, a town in Matabeleland South Province that forms the political border between South Africa and Zimbabwe.

Members of the Jesuit Conference of Africa and Madagascar (JCAM) and Lawmakers in Zimbabwe. Credit: JCAM

Jesuits in Africa Urge Zimbabweans to Track Government’s Commitment to Post-COVID Recovery

Apr 2, 2022

Members of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) in Africa are calling on citizens of Zimbabwe to keep an eye on their government to ensure it fulfills its commitment toward post COVID-19 recovery. 

A hand tractor used for ploughing at St. Albert’s farm Zimbabwe. Credit: Catholic Churchnews Zimbabwe

Church Farms in Zimbabwe to Be More Viable after Bishops Sign Deal with Canned Food Entity

Mar 18, 2022

Catholic Church farms in Zimbabwe are expected to become more viable by growing crops that will later be canned or crushed to produce jam after members of the Zimbabwe Catholic Bishops’ Conference (ZCBC) signed a contract with Cashel Valley, a Zimbabwean food company.