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Bishops in Zimbabwe Decry “Leadership Crisis”, Call for Comprehensive National Dialogue

Dec 10, 2019

Catholic Bishops in Zimbabwe are calling on citizens of the Southern Africa nation to shelf various forms of selfish tendencies and consider bringing their minds together for an all-inclusive and “a comprehensive national dialogue” that can help sort out the leadership crisis in their country and the nurturing of inclinations toward the “common good.”

Zimbabweans receive relief food from a food distribution point / VOA News

Humanitarian Aid Needed in Zimbabwe to Save Lives, Catholic Agency Appeals

Nov 22, 2019

As the landlocked Southern Africa country of Zimbabwe struggles on the political front with a recent Reuter’s report indicating the curtailing of “the democratic space” manifested in “the arrests and abductions of several political activists,” the England and Wales’ Catholic Agency For Overseas Development (CAFOD) operating in the country has painted a gloomy picture of the humanitarian situation of the country despite its own interventions to save lives.

IMBISA Bishops at the Closing Mass of the 11th Plenary Assembly,  Maseru, Lesotho, 22-26 November 2016

Child Safeguarding “by all” to be Discussed at Plenary of Southern Africa Bishops, IMBISA

Nov 5, 2019

The need to have all members of society, and not just clergy and religious, become aware of and abide by the requirement that children are protected and safeguarded will be deliberated during planned 12th Plenary Assembly of the Inter-Regional Meeting of the Bishops of Southern Africa (IMBISA), one of the organizers of the five-day meeting set to start on November 13 has told ACI Africa.

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Church Leaders in Zimbabwe Want 7-Year National Fast from Politics, Propose Referendum

Oct 11, 2019

At a time when Zimbabwe is grappling with a myriad of challenges among them “the worst economic crisis since the 2017 coup which unseated (former) President Robert Mugabe,” leaders from various Christian denominations in the landlocked Southern Africa nation are calling for a seven-year suspension of politicking in what they have termed “a Sabbath on all political contestation” aimed at rebuilding trust and confidence among Zimbabweans.

An undated photo of John Bradburne (L) with a leper. / John Bradburne Memorial Society

British-born John Bradburne Could Become Zimbabwe’s First Saint. Who is He?

Sep 24, 2019

A respected figure among the Catholic community in the landlocked southern Africa country since his death 40 years ago, British-born John Bradburne could become Zimbabwe’s first saint. According to reports, Bradburne was shot in the back after having been abducted from his hut in Mutemwa in the north-east of Zimbabwe. Who was he?

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Zimbabwe conference urges cooperation to fight human trafficking

Aug 17, 2019

A recent conference in Zimbabwe encouraged government officials, church leaders and academics to work together to fight human trafficking.