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Allowing Only Vaccinated Congregants in Church Problematic: Zimbabwe’s Christian Leaders

The reopening of churches only for congregants vaccinated against COVID-19 in Zimbabwe is problematic, Christian leaders in the Southern African nation have cautioned. 

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Zimbabwe’s Church Leaders Welcome Global Solidarity, Appeal for Dialogue amid Crisis

Church leaders in Zimbabwe have acknowledged with appreciation messages of solidarity from across the globe through the hashtag #ZimbabweanLivesMatter following recent demonstrations against brutality and violence in their country.

Church Leaders from the Zimbabwe Heads of Christian Denominations (ZHOCD) following the proceedings o the consultative meeting. / Inter-Regional Meeting of the Bishops of Southern Africa (IMBISA).

Zimbabwe’s Church Leaders, Politicians Realize Consultative Meeting on Country’s Crises

Church leaders in Zimbabwe realized their inaugural consultative meeting with those at the helm of various political parties in the country, convened to deliberate on challenges bedeviling the Southern African nation from the economic collapse to the political stalemate.

Logo Zimbabwe Council of Churches (ZCC).

Church Leaders in Zimbabwe Plan Meeting Politicians to Discuss Country’s Crises

Church leaders from various Christian denominations under the Zimbabwe Council of Churches (ZCC) have planned “a closed-door meeting” with “leaders of political parties” at the beginning of next week to deliberate on challenges bedeviling the Southern African nation, key among them, the economic collapse and the political stalemate.

Members of the Zimbabwe Heads of Christian Denominations (ZHOCD) at a press conference in Harare in 2019.

Church Leaders in Zimbabwe Denounce “inhumane treatment” of Women, Demand Investigations

The recent abduction and torture of women, including political leaders in Zimbabwe, has caught the attention of leaders of the various Christian denominations in the Southern African nation who have, in a collective statement, denounced the gender-based “inhumane treatment” and called for urgent and independent investigations into the matter.