The Anglican Church has encouraged its members to seriously speak against Gender-Based Violence (GBV), corruption and political oppression.
Zambia Anglican Bishop and Primate of the Council of Anglican Province in Africa (CAPA), Albert Chama said this at the just-ended two-day Anglican 2017 high-profile Provincial Synod held in Gaborone.
The Central Africa Province Synod consists of Anglican bishops from Botswana, Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe and convenes every three years. The main aim of the meeting is to deliberate on diocesan matters in the region.
“Our continent of Africa has been gripped with fear, deaths, ethnic divisions and many more evils one can think of.