Anglican Bishop acquitted
The complainant in the matter was Arnold Makamba, a headmaster at St Faith High School in Rusape.
By Kenneth Nyangani Feb. 24, 2023
Do not elect corrupt leaders, say Catholic priests
Zimbabwe will hold its election before the end of August on a date yet to be proclaimed.
By Miriam Mangwaya Feb. 23, 2023
Political violence casts spotlight on free, fair polls
WITH political violence escalating in Zimbabwe, national elections slated for later this year face questions about whether the polls will meet free and fair
By IGNATIUS BANDA Feb. 20, 2023
Clerics condemn political violence
The call comes after a video of suspected Zanu PF youths assaulting elderly members of the opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) over and alleged political gathering in Murewa.
By Christine Chinowaita Jan. 13, 2023
Church of England apologizes for links to slavery
The time has come to take action in response to this shameful past.
By Africa News Jan. 10, 2023
Letter from America: Mbeki-2: Lessons from South Africa
The curse of Africa, which Mbeki realized as late as 2002 in his great speech, I am an African, was that perhaps most of our elites, armed with western degrees and accolades, have lost touch with.
By Kenneth Mufuka Jan. 8, 2023
Zim yet to realise peace: CSOs
Different CSOs expressed concern over the snail’s pace of National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) in resolving conflicts in the country.
By Kenneth Nyangani and Problem Masau Sep. 22, 2022
Mugodhi leadership wrangle set for full trial
The disagreements were born after the late Bishop Tadeau Mugodhi’s son, Washington endorsed himself as the new leader.
By Tapfumanei Muchabaiwa Sep. 22, 2022
Priests abducted as church burnt in Cameroon
Their abductors also burnt down a church during the attack in Nchang
By BBC News Sep. 20, 2022
Russia sets grain deal conditions, Putin suggests free grain for Africa
Forex Safe-haven yen rises as investors assess Credit Suisse rescue