Anglican Church of Southern Africa

The Province is the oldest in Africa. British Anglicans met for worship in Cape Town after 1806, with the first Bishop appointed in 1847. The twenty-three dioceses of the Province extend beyond the Republic of South Africa and include the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (St. Helena and Tristan da Cunha), Mozambique (Lebombo and Niassa), the Republic of Namibia, the Kingdom of Lesotho, the Kingdom of Swaziland and Angola.

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June 8, 2007

Archbishop Njongonkulu Ndungane of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa told the 3rd South African AIDS Conference in Durban on June 8 to "spend more time looking through the eyes of children."

In his Nkosi Johnson Lecture to the conference, Ndungane urged participants to remember the...

June 5, 2007

Drawing on experiences of reconciliation in his homeland, Archbishop Njongonkulu Ndungane, Primate of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa, has added his voice to the call for justice and a lasting peace in the Holy Land.

"It is impossible to remember events of 40 years ago in the...

March 25, 2007

Anglican Archbishop Njongonkulu Ndungane of Cape Town is championing a project to revitalize South Africa's historic schools. While visiting Kwazulu Natal during the week of March 19, he met principals, learners, staff, governing bodies and alumni of four historic schools in and around Durban...

March 11, 2007

The global village grew a bit smaller March 10 when a group of 40 young people from Alabama, California, Rhode Island, South Africa and Mozambique spent the day with their counterparts in Winterveld, South Africa.

The Pilgrimage for Peace visited the Tumelong Havens day care center,...

March 10, 2007

The global village grew a bit smaller March 10 when a group of 40 young people from Alabama, California, Rhode Island, South Africa and Mozambique spent the day with their counterparts in Winterveld, South Africa.

 

The Pilgrimage for Peace visited the Tumelong Havens day care...

March 10, 2007

Torrential rains have displaced thousands living in Mozambique, Malawi and Angola. Heavy flooding has destroyed homes and crops and damaged schools, public buildings and communications infrastructure. The floods have also caused an increase in the occurrence of cholera and malaria. Episcopal...

January 10, 2007

The Anglican Archbishop of Southern Africa, the Most Rev. Njongonkulu Ndungane, has responded to a recent threat made by some African Primates who say that they will not attend the forthcoming Primates Meeting in Tanzania in February because of the presence of Presiding Bishop Katharine...

November 6, 2006

The Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town, Njongonkulu Ndungane, received the annual Peacemaker award from the Commission on Peace of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington on Monday, November 6.

The Commission on Peace was founded in 1982 by then Bishop John Walker of Washington, to increase...

October 31, 2006

In May this year Anglican Archbishop Njongonkulu Ndungane of Cape Town announced that he would retire in 2008. He has now confirmed that he will step down on January 31 of that year.

"I have determined an Elective Assembly to choose my successor will take place in September 2007. I will...

September 30, 2006

For three days in late August, South African Archbishop Njongonkulu Ndungane visited Mozambique to lead the distribution of 16,500 mosquito nets treated with a long-lasting insecticide.

The project is part of the Anglican Church’s malaria-control program, funded by Standard Chartered...

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