Maryward Sisters celebrate 70 years of presence in Zimbabwe

By Br. Alfonce Kugwa CJ Sisters pose for a picture as they celebrate 70 years of existence in Zimbabwe. The vow that Mother General Edelburga Solzbacher made on 13 May 1947 when the Maryward Mainz Convent in Germany caught fire that if the Lord protects the sisters, she would open a mission in Africa was … Continue reading Maryward Sisters celebrate 70 years of presence in Zimbabwe

Justice for Memory Machaya is Justice for all women and girls

#Justice4Memory Published by ZHOCD Statement Zimbabwe recently woke up to the shocking news of the 14 year old girl who had died on the 15th of July 2021 at the shrine of the Johani Marange whilst giving birth. The story says Memory Machaya was married to a man almost three times her age when she … Continue reading Justice for Memory Machaya is Justice for all women and girls

Village-based Covid-19 Task Force the way to go in harnessing Covid-19

By Fr. Limukani Ndlovu, Archdiocese of Bulawayo and Felicia Machingura, Gweru Diocese As reported in the (New Zimbabwe, 4 August 2020), President Emmerson Mnangagwa appointed his Vice President Constantino Chiwenga as the Minister of Health and Child Care (MOHCC) replacing his predecessor who had been sacked due to allegations of involvement in a drug tender scandal. … Continue reading Village-based Covid-19 Task Force the way to go in harnessing Covid-19

Striking a balance during the Covid-19 era: A human rights approach

By Simon Parwaringira CCJP Masvingo Diocese Covid-19 is arguably the greatest challenge faced by the human race since the Second World War. Globally, the pandemic has had far reaching negative impact on politics, socio-economic livelihoods and well-being of a large section of both the rich and the poor population of the world. In as much … Continue reading Striking a balance during the Covid-19 era: A human rights approach