Anglican Diocese of Southern Malawi


September 19, 2013

Joyce Banda, president of Malawi, speaking during a service at Central Presbyterian Church in downtown Austin, Texas, on Sept. 18. Photo: Bob Kinney

[Diocese of Texas] Joyce Banda, president of Malawi, introduced the joys and challenges her African nation...

April 25, 2013

[Anglican Communion News Service] The Anglican Diocese of Southern Malawi has called on all the country’s politicians to avoid “the turncoat habit that is prevalent among them” saying it is “unhelpful for nation building and good governance.”

The sharp rebuke came in a statement...

November 30, 2011

What do tennis champion Roger Federer, entertainer Madonna and Episcopal priest Bill Rankin have in common?

All three have been moved by the plight of the impoverished African nation of Malawi, where more than 50,000 people die each year due to AIDS, and 650,000 children are AIDS orphans...

November 30, 2004

An African Bishop presented his perspective on the Windsor Report, which addressed the need for greater communion among the world’s Anglican churches, to Executive Council during its November meeting in Boise.

Bishop James Tengatenga of the Diocese Southern Malawi, who is teaching and...