Prince Edward School’s Interact Club donate to St. Charles Luanga after Cyclone Idai.

By Br. Alfonce Kugwa

Prince Edward High School Club offloads donated items destined for St. Charles Luanga that was hit by Cyclone Idai.

Prince Edward High School Club offloads donated items destined for St. Charles Luanga that was hit by Cyclone Idai.

Having been moved by the devastating effects of Cyclone Idai, Prince Edward High School’s Interact Club has on 8 April 2019 donated clothes and groceries to support St. Charles Luanga School that was heavily hit by the disaster. Continue reading

Masvingo Diocese Responds to Cyclone Idai

By Tatenda Mqetu

Cyclone Idai brought devastating effects to manicaland and parts of Masvingo and Midlands.Infrastructre and livelihoods were destroyed by Cyclone Idai that rocked Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Malawi.

Cyclone Idai brought devastating effects to Manicaland and parts of Masvingo and Midlands. Infrastructure and livelihoods were destroyed by Cyclone Idai that rocked Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Malawi.

Masvingo Diocese joins the rest of the world in responding to the Tropical Cyclone Idai which ripped through Mozambique before moving inland into Zimbabwe and Malawi becoming the strongest to hit the region since 2008. Continue reading

Mutare’s Peace Ambassador Programme; An Apparatus for Conflict Resolution

By Br. Alfonce Kugwa

Peace Ambassadors pose for a photo during their training at Matare Diocesan Pastoral Centre.

Peace Ambassadors pose for a photo during their training at Matare Diocesan Pastoral Centre.

Zimbabwe is in great need of peace and reconciliation as political divisions leading to social disintegration have taken a long time to heal. Different efforts are being made to reconcile the people of Zimbabwe. Government, non-governmental groups, churches and civil society have embarked on the national dialogue mantra with the aim of bringing people together in order to rebuild the country. Continue reading

Chief Hama Pleads for Information Communication Technology in Rural Schools: As Catholic Professionals Network of Zimbabwe donate to Mavhaire School

By Br. Alfonce Kugwa

Teachers and students from Taringana High school rejoice after winning a wheelbarrow for their outstanding performance at the fun-run.

Teachers and students from Taringana Secondary School rejoice after winning a wheelbarrow for their outstanding performance at the fun-run.

Chief Hama, Joseph Zishiri has appealed government and well-wishers to support rural schools through provision of information communication technology material to help rural children grasp the concepts of the new curriculum.  He was speaking at a fun-run organised by the Catholic Professionals Network of Zimbabwe (CPNZ) at Mavhaire Primary School in Chirumanzu on 30 March 2019. Continue reading