Duane Udd reflects on the controversy and uncertainty surrounding the upcoming referendum and its impact on the timing of elections.
Archive for February 17th, 2013
With news that Benedict the 16th is resigning, there is speculation that the next pope could be an African. Both Cardinal Peter Turkson of Ghana and Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria are in the running. What impact could this have on the Catholic Church, which many believe is in dire need of reform, and what could it mean for Africa? Richard investigates in Through The Valley.