Tag Archives: Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe: The gauntlet is down

Twin victories for Zimbabwe’s Anglicans Courts in Zimbabwe have ruled that a sacking of Anglican teachers was illegal and that a former bishop must hand over a church to the new bishop. Both decisions favour the Anglican Church recognised by … Continue reading

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When the Archbish came to tea… (Rowan in Mugabe-land)

The archbishop of Canterbury managed to meet Mugabe in Harare yesterday and presented him with a dossier of alleged abuses perpetrated against worshippers over the past four years. In response, the president delivered a history lesson on Anglo-Zimbabwean relations, detailed his … Continue reading

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The Archbish v Mugabe: Will it happen?

Archbishop hopes to tackle Mugabe over persecution The Archbishop of Canterbury has requested a meeting with President Mugabe when he travels to Zimbabwe in October. Dr Williams is going ahead with the trip, in the hope of meeting Mr Mugabe … Continue reading

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Mugabe’s ‘bishop’ turns a profit on church buildings

Zimbabwe continues into meltdown. In a move somewhat akin to the takeover of white farms a couple of years back, now it’s the turn of the church buildings.  Children may go hungry if they are evicted from an orphanage in Zimbabwe, … Continue reading

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