SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
Fredrick Nzwili

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August 06, 2020
As Ethiopia prepares to open the continent’s largest hydroelectric dam, East African Catholic leaders have emphasised that water is a resource that must be shared equitably. The Nile passes through 11 countries, but the conflict over the dam pits Ethiopia against Egypt and Sudan. Ethiopia constructed the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam on the Blue Nile,
August 06, 2020
The Archbishop of Juba condemned 'in the strongest terms possible' the murder of three young girls
July 29, 2020
Cardinal Philippe Ouedraogo has urged courage in Africa as cases of COVID-19 increase
July 02, 2020
The "great dreams" of the people had been shuttered by successive regimes, Cardinal Ambongo said
June 30, 2020
The hospital, in southwestern Nairobi, has treated Kenyans who cannot afford to pay the services in commercial hospitals
April 09, 2020
Catholic Churches in Tanzania are remaining open alongside other churches, even as the rest of world shuts places of worship
October 04, 2018
With the nation’s only church closed, the faithful must pray alone Last year Somalia’s only church was forced to close. St Anthony of Padua in Hargeisa, in the autonomous region of Somaliland, had only just been reopened after being boarded up for nearly 30 years. Within a week of its opening ceremony, government officials forced
October 01, 2015
Clashes in Bangui have left dozens dead, according to the UN