March 8th is the International Women's Day. International Women's Day celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women. In 2017, the theme is "Women in the changing world of work." A reflective article in UCANews:
Women of Necessity
The 'Indomitable Lions' goalkeeper, Fabrice Ondoa, calls for for peace and unity in Cameroon following his team’s big win over the Pharaohs of Egypt in the final of the African Cup of Nations.
LOST IN WORDS – SILENCE, NO OPTION! .
The spread of violent jihadist fundamentalism is exposing a chasm between Christians in Africa and the West. Read more
Executive Summary of a Report on the current state of religious freedom in the world.
Am hurt but not dead’.
Every year, the Catholic Church in the SACBC celebrate the Police Day on the 29th January on the theme “unite in prayer against crime and corruption in South Africa”. Crime and corruption in South Africa have become a threat to society. The rate of homicide, rape, domestic violence, kidnaping, robbery, hijacking, child molestation has been on the increase.
In an article in this week's Tablet John Ashworth describes the Christian Churches' role in getting a peace process started in South Sudan.
The 'Under Caesar's Sword' project is the world's first systematic investigation of Christian responses to persecution. This powerful documentary produced by Academy Award- nominated director Jason Cohen contains heart-rending footage from Turkey, Pakistan, India, Eritrea.