Priest Says Rejection of Ahiara Bishop ‘Disgrace’ to Catholic Church

[Guardian] A Catholic priest, Rev. Fr Philip Jamang, has described the rejection of Bishop Peter Okpalaeke by some members of Ahiara Diocese, Mbaise, in Imo, as a “disgrace” to the Catholic Church.

[Guardian] A Catholic priest, Rev. Fr Philip Jamang, has described the rejection of Bishop Peter Okpalaeke by some members of Ahiara Diocese, Mbaise, in Imo, as a "disgrace" to the Catholic Church.

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Central Bank Prods Intermarket Bank

[Times of Zambia] The Bank of Zambia (BOZ) has urged Intermarket Bank investors to ensure that the institution operates in a sustainable manner when it reopens.

[Times of Zambia] The Bank of Zambia (BOZ) has urged Intermarket Bank investors to ensure that the institution operates in a sustainable manner when it reopens.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

I’m Not Under Pressure, Says Zanaco Coach

[Times of Zambia] Zanaco coach Numba Mumamba says he is not under pressure ahead of his team’s must-win trip to Morocco for the CAF 2017 Champions League Group D last match against Wydad Casablanca.

[Times of Zambia] Zanaco coach Numba Mumamba says he is not under pressure ahead of his team's must-win trip to Morocco for the CAF 2017 Champions League Group D last match against Wydad Casablanca.

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Catholic Community Defies Pope Francis, Insists On Removal of Bishop

[Premium Times] The order of Pope Francis after a June 8 meeting at the Vatican with a delegation from the Ahiara Diocese has been defied again as 3,000 faithful of the Diocese of the Catholic Church protest the appointment of Bishop Peter Okpaleke.

[Premium Times] The order of Pope Francis after a June 8 meeting at the Vatican with a delegation from the Ahiara Diocese has been defied again as 3,000 faithful of the Diocese of the Catholic Church protest the appointment of Bishop Peter Okpaleke.

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Crematorium Shuts for July

[Namibian] GRIEVING families have once again been left in the lurch following the City of Windhoek’s announcement last week that it was closing down the crematorium for a month to fix the 44-year-old furnace.

[Namibian] GRIEVING families have once again been left in the lurch following the City of Windhoek's announcement last week that it was closing down the crematorium for a month to fix the 44-year-old furnace.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Cage Vandalism Culprits

[Times of Zambia] It is increasingly becoming worrisome that some unpatriotic citizens are bent on sabotaging government efforts to provide power to its citizenry.

[Times of Zambia] It is increasingly becoming worrisome that some unpatriotic citizens are bent on sabotaging government efforts to provide power to its citizenry.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia