Election Statement for the 2018 Zimbabwe’s Harmonized Elections: Monday July 30 2018.
Delivered at Africa Synod House, Harare By the Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (CCJPZ) and IMBISA at 2pm.
The Zimbabwe Catholic Bishops’ Conference in conjunction with the Inter-regional Meeting of Bishops of Southern Africa (IMBISA), today issued an election statement giving an overview of the voting process in the country. The statement that was read by the Chairman of the Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace in Zimbabwe, Bishop Rudolf Nyandoro is as follows: Continue reading
By Br. Alfonce Kugwa and Sr. Cynthia Mgwena CPS
Bishop Rudolf Nyandoro flanked by IMBISA Director, Fr. Claudi, Bishop Germano Grachane from the Diocese of Nacala, Mozambique and ZCBC Secretary General, Fr. Fradereck Chiromba and the National Coordinator for CCJPZ, Mr. Paul Muchena.
The Zimbabwe Catholic Bishops’ Conference (ZCBC) today, 27 July 2018 held a pre-election press conference aimed at encouraging all eligible Zimbabweans to go and vote in the forthcoming harmonized elections scheduled to take place on Monday 30 July 2018. Continue reading
By Br. Alfonce Kugwa
Bishop Paul Horan of Mutare (middle) at the Hand over of St. Richards by the Archdiocese of Harare.
St. Richards Parish in Murambinda was recently handed over to Mutare Diocese by the Archdiocese of Harare on 3 July this year. Now St. Richards belongs to Mutare Diocese after having been under the service of the Archdiocese of Harare for many years. Continue reading
By. Br. Alfonce Kugwa
2018 St. Cecilia competitions will have 31 choirs than previous competions.
The Zimbabwe Catholic Association of Sacred Music (ZICASAM) has reduced the number of participating choirs during this year’s St. Cecilia competition to 31 as a way of trying to harmonise logistical issues during the celebrations. Continue reading
The Nuncio was responding to questions raised by The Catholic Church News about his experience in Zimbabwe.
By Archbishop Marek Zalewski,
If I had to describe my experience in one word, I would say “great”! Zimbabwe is a wonderful Country with a friendly people. Continue reading