Articles tagged 'zimbabwe council of churches'

Churches commit to political dialogue 9 January 2019 HARARE - The Church has revealed it is willing to commit itself to lay groundwork to break the ice for political dialogue in light of the ongoing unbearable economic challenges in the country. In its new year statement, the Zimbabwe Council of Churches (ZCC) — an umbrella body for Christian de...
Churches urge dialogue, peace 8 August 2018 HARARE - As political tension continues to rise in Zimbabwe, churches are calling on President Emmerson Mnangagwa and opposition leader Nelson Chamisa to engage in dialogue to stop the country from going over the precipice. This comes as the international community has registered its displeasu...
Churches demand electoral reforms 6 June 2018 HARARE - Zimbabwe's forthcoming election does not offer opposition parties a level playing field amid a host of problems marring a vote that could define the future of the country, the Zimbabwe Council of Churches (ZCC) has said. ZCC, representing 26 different denominations, said in a statemen...
Church calls for reconciliation in MDC 14 February 2018 BULAWAYO - The head of the Zimbabwe Council of Churches (ZCC) has urged MDC leaders to set aside their differences and put national interest ahead of their individual interest. This comes after the party's three vice presidents Thokozani Khupe, Elias Mudzuri and Nelson Chamisa have been engage...
Christian vote campaign launched 6 July 2017 HARARE - A consortium of church organisations yesterday launched a bold and Bible-based campaign to mobilise Christians to vote in the crucial 2018 elections, seeking to permanently put an end to the culture of violence, corruption and incompetence. The launch was held yesterday at the Zimbabw...
Churches call for national dialogue 14 July 2016 HARARE - Churches have called for national dialogue between government and various stakeholders and implored the State to listen to the complaints raised by long- suffering Zimbabweans if it is to save the country from total implosion. A host of religious groups such as Zimbabwe Council of Chu...