Behind the Headlines 26.11.12

Anglican clergy and parishioners who went back to worship in church buildings that had been seized by the former Bishop of Harare, Nolbert Kunonga, have said most parishes were peaceful but they faced resistance in some areas. Kunonga’s son, Rutendo, is alleged to have poisoned a mango orchard at St Paul’s Church in Chinhoyi, in an act of revenge against clergy and worshippers in the main Anglican church. Tererai talks to Precious Shumba, spokesperson for Harare Diocese, about the progress they have made since last week’s Supreme Court ruling, which ordered Kunonga to return all seized properties.



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