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Some journalists of São Francisco de Assis Community Radio in Mozambique hiding with their families in bishes after their radio station was raided by insurgents. / National Forum of Community Radios (FORCOM) /Facebook Page

Catholic Radio Journalists in Mozambique Hiding in Bushes after Insurgent Attack

The leadership of the National Community Radio Forum (FORCOM) in Mozambique has expressed concerns about the welfare of a group of Catholic journalists in the Province of Cabo Delgado within Pemba Diocese who have been hiding in bushes for at least 10 days after insurgents raided their radio station.

Radio Veritas South Africa now airing programs of Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN) following a temporary interruption of the radio station’s normal programming after its manager tested positive for COVID-19. /

EWTN Keeping Church in South Africa Engaged after Temporary Closure of Catholic Radio

Ardent listeners of Radio Veritas, the only Catholic radio in South Africa, are being treated to hours of Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN) content following a temporary interruption of the radio station’s normal programming after its manager tested positive for COVID-19.

Logo Radio Maria Mozambique /

Germany-based Aid Agency Supporting Establishment of Catholic Radio in Mozambique

The Catholic pastoral aid organization, Aid to the Church (ACN) International is fostering evangelization initiatives at the grassroots by providing a financial subsidy toward the establishment of a radio substation in the diocese of Quelimane located in the East-central part of Mozambique, the leadership of the Germany-based agency has announced.

Evidence of vandalism and looting at Sout al Mahaba Radio of the diocese of Malakal, South Sudan. / Sr. Elena Balatti, CMS

Catholic Radio in South Sudan Needs $50,000 to Resume Broadcast after Vandalism, Looting

While the exact impact of the protracted South Sudan civil strife on the Church is yet to come to the light, Malakal diocese, one of the most affected ecclesial territories in the youngest nation of the world, is attempting to revive the seeming dampened spirits of the people of God through the revival of a damaged and looted radio station, which now requires US$50,000.00 to resume broadcasting, sources at the heart of the initiative have told ACI Africa.