- Jan 26, 2020
A push by organized labor in Nigeria to raise the minimum wage has drawn a warning from Cardinal John Onaiyekan.
The newly installed head of one of Africa’s largest archdioceses will vigorously defend democracy and human rights, while also seeking to reconcile political opponents, said church officials in Congo.
The Archbishop of Dar es Salaam has asked the government of Tanzania to reject any foreign aid that is conditioned on accepting Western cultural norms regarding homosexuality.
After almost five years of civil war, South Sudan’s leaders agreed to a new peace plan in September, but its implementation is spread over several months. A church leader in the African country says that’s good news.
Bishops in Ghana say young Ghanaians attempting to emigrate to Europe is hurting the country.
Bishops in the Central African Republic urged Catholics to boycott their country’s National Day observance Dec. 1 to protest the failure of government and United Nations forces to prevent the massacre of church members by rebel groups.