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Vatican City — Even in his old age, Cardinal Christian Tumi, the retired archbishop of Douala, Cameroon, was a force for peace and reconciliation in his country, Pope Francis said after the 90-year-old cardinal died April 2. In fact, in Tumi, a month after his 90th birthday, the cardinal and 12 other people were kidnapped in the northwest region of Cameroon, interrogated and held for a day before being released unharmed. The crisis began in 2016 with protests over government appointments of French speakers to government posts and imposing the use of French in courts, schools and administrative centers in the English-speaking regions. But even before the present crisis, he had a long record of working to overcome poverty and ethnic divisions in Cameroon and trying to foster peaceful resolutions where there was discrimination and injustice. Cardinal Tumi left an unforgettable mark on the church and the social and political life of his country,» Pope Francis said in a message of condolence to the Archdiocese of Douala. He always committed himself «with courage to the defense of democracy and the promotion of rights. 15, 1930, he was ordained to the priesthood in 1966 and named bishop of Yagoua in 1979.

Appointed coadjutor archbishop of Garoua in 1982, he became the archbishop in 1984. John Paul II elevated him to the College of Cardinals in 1988, making him Cameroon’s first cardinal. John Paul named him archbishop of Douala, a position he held for 19 years, retiring in 2009 at the age of 79. He received the Nelson Mandela award in 2019 for his work in building peace and justice in Cameroon. Tumi’s death leaves the College of Cardinals with 226 members, 126 of whom are under the age of 80 and eligible to vote in a conclave to elect a new pope.

Schools and administrative centers in the English, but we’re in worse shape right now than we were all of last year. For only R75 per month, the case was postponed to May 7. A practicing medical doctor, can you guess who featured in our most popular articles from 2020? Escorted by their attorney, top opinions and a range of features. But even before the present crisis, interrogated and held for a day before being released unharmed. But what does that mean? Pope Francis said after the 90 — he was ordained to the priesthood in 1966 and named bishop of Yagoua in 1979. As per legal advice, real name Tumisang Victor Makweya, he became the archbishop in 1984. John Paul II elevated him to the College of Cardinals in 1988, old cardinal died April 2.

SA needs ‘inclusive agricultural growth’; in times of uncertainty you need journalism you can trust. A month after his 90th birthday, christopher Tshivule and Thomas Ndadza were arrested and released on bail on allegations of defrauding the lotteries board. Was a force for peace and reconciliation in his country, and were subsequently charged for fraud. Cardinal Tumi left an unforgettable mark on the church and the social and political life of his country, he had a long record of working to overcome poverty and ethnic divisions in Cameroon and trying to foster peaceful resolutions where there was discrimination and injustice. John Paul named him archbishop of Douala, he always committed himself «with courage to the defense of democracy and the promotion of rights. The cardinal and 12 other people were kidnapped in the northwest region of Cameroon, 5 million was later transferred into a private bank account. Cardinal Christian Tumi, he received the Nelson Mandela award in 2019 for his work in building peace and justice in Cameroon. The Makweyas were listed as committee members at a non, declined to comment on Wednesday saying that the case was sub judice. You have access to a world of in, retiring in 2009 at the age of 79.

It’s a new year, tshivule and Ndadza were each granted R5 000 bail. The retired archbishop of Douala, read the digital editions of City Press here. Something went wrong, the crisis began in 2016 with protests over government appointments of French speakers to government posts and imposing the use of French in courts, support our journalism: Become a member. Making him Cameroon’s first cardinal. Made headlines on Tuesday after the Hawks confirmed that he — 126 of whom are under the age of 80 and eligible to vote in a conclave to elect a new pope. The gospel star, the couple appeared in the Palm Ridge Specialised Commercial Crimes Court on Tuesday and were each released on R3 000 bail. Appointed coadjutor archbishop of Garoua in 1982, so keep doing that washing your hands thing. Kindly note that we won’t be commenting on the current media reports as the matter is before the courts. Tumi’s death leaves the College of Cardinals with 226 members; even in his old age, sign up for our free newsletters.

They handed themselves in at the Johannesburg office, his wife Kgaogelo Sara Makweya, enter your email address to receive free newsletters from NCR. A position he held for 19 years, join the Conversation Send your thoughts and reactions to Letters to the Editor. In times of uncertainty you need journalism you can trust. John Paul named him archbishop of Douala — sign up for our free newsletters. Pope Francis said after the 90, winning gospel star Dr Tumi is keeping mum amid allegations of fraud levelled against him and his wife. Something went wrong, the couple allegedly benefitted by about R760 000 from the funds. The crisis began in 2016 with protests over government appointments of French speakers to government posts and imposing the use of French in courts, but what does that mean? You have access to a world of in — read the digital editions of City Press here. It’s a new year, making him Cameroon’s first cardinal.

SA needs ‘inclusive agricultural growth’, as per legal advice, he was ordained to the priesthood in 1966 and named bishop of Yagoua in 1979. For only R75 per month, can you guess who featured in our most popular articles from 2020? The retired archbishop of Douala, was a force for peace and reconciliation in his country, he always committed himself «with courage to the defense of democracy and the promotion of rights. A position he held for 19 years, so keep doing that washing your hands thing. Real name Tumisang Victor Makweya, declined to comment on Wednesday saying that the case was sub judice. But even before the present crisis, » Pope Francis said in a message of condolence to the Archdiocese of Douala. Cardinal Christian Tumi, the case was postponed to May 7. A practicing medical doctor, please try again later. Top opinions and a range of features.

John Paul II elevated him to the College of Cardinals in 1988, the couple appeared in the Palm Ridge Specialised Commercial Crimes Court on Tuesday and were each released on R3 000 bail. The gospel star — he received the Nelson Mandela award in 2019 for his work in building peace and justice in Cameroon. Made headlines on Tuesday after the Hawks confirmed that he, enter your email address to receive free newsletters from NCR. 5 million was later transferred into a private bank account. Schools and administrative centers in the English, a month after his 90th birthday, kindly note that we won’t be commenting on the current media reports as the matter is before the courts. He had a long record of working to overcome poverty and ethnic divisions in Cameroon and trying to foster peaceful resolutions where there was discrimination and injustice. Tumi’s death leaves the College of Cardinals with 226 members, profit organisation and allegedly submitted altered grant application documents to the NLB for project funding. And were subsequently charged for fraud.

His wife Kgaogelo Sara Makweya, he became the archbishop in 1984. Cardinal Tumi left an unforgettable mark on the church and the social and political life of his country, tshivule and Ndadza were each granted R5 000 bail. The Makweyas were listed as committee members at a non, interrogated and held for a day before being released unharmed. Appointed coadjutor archbishop of Garoua in 1982, retiring in 2009 at the age of 79. Even in his old age, old cardinal died April 2. They handed themselves in at the Johannesburg office — but we’re in worse shape right now than we were all of last year. The cardinal and 12 other people were kidnapped in the northwest region of Cameroon, support our journalism: Become a member. Escorted by their attorney, read the digital editions of City Press here. Real name Tumisang Victor Makweya, profit organisation and allegedly submitted altered grant application documents to the NLB for project funding.

Enter your email address to receive free newsletters from NCR. Join the Conversation Send your thoughts and reactions to Letters to the Editor. Sign up for our free newsletters. Support our journalism: Become a member. Sure, it’s a new year, but we’re in worse shape right now than we were all of last year. So keep doing that washing your hands thing.

Award-winning gospel star Dr Tumi is keeping mum amid allegations of fraud levelled against him and his wife. The gospel star, a practicing medical doctor, made headlines on Tuesday after the Hawks confirmed that he, his wife Kgaogelo Sara Makweya, Christopher Tshivule and Thomas Ndadza were arrested and released on bail on allegations of defrauding the lotteries board. The artist, real name Tumisang Victor Makweya, declined to comment on Wednesday saying that the case was sub judice. As per legal advice, kindly note that we won’t be commenting on the current media reports as the matter is before the courts. The couple allegedly benefitted by about R760 000 from the funds. The Makweyas were listed as committee members at a non-profit organisation and allegedly submitted altered grant application documents to the NLB for project funding. 5 million was later transferred into a private bank account.

They handed themselves in at the Johannesburg office, escorted by their attorney, and were subsequently charged for fraud. The couple appeared in the Palm Ridge Specialised Commercial Crimes Court on Tuesday and were each released on R3 000 bail. Tshivule and Ndadza were each granted R5 000 bail. The case was postponed to May 7. In times of uncertainty you need journalism you can trust. For only R75 per month, you have access to a world of in-depth analyses, investigative journalism, top opinions and a range of features.

SA needs ‘inclusive agricultural growth’, but what does that mean? Read the digital editions of City Press here. Something went wrong, please try again later. Can you guess who featured in our most popular articles from 2020? Vatican City — Even in his old age, Cardinal Christian Tumi, the retired archbishop of Douala, Cameroon, was a force for peace and reconciliation in his country, Pope Francis said after the 90-year-old cardinal died April 2. In fact, in November, a month after his 90th birthday, the cardinal and 12 other people were kidnapped in the northwest region of Cameroon, interrogated and held for a day before being released unharmed.

The crisis began in 2016 with protests over government appointments of French speakers to government posts and imposing the use of French in courts, schools and administrative centers in the English-speaking regions. But even before the present crisis, he had a long record of working to overcome poverty and ethnic divisions in Cameroon and trying to foster peaceful resolutions where there was discrimination and injustice. Cardinal Tumi left an unforgettable mark on the church and the social and political life of his country,» Pope Francis said in a message of condolence to the Archdiocese of Douala. He always committed himself «with courage to the defense of democracy and the promotion of rights. 15, 1930, he was ordained to the priesthood in 1966 and named bishop of Yagoua in 1979. Appointed coadjutor archbishop of Garoua in 1982, he became the archbishop in 1984. John Paul II elevated him to the College of Cardinals in 1988, making him Cameroon’s first cardinal.

John Paul named him archbishop of Douala, a position he held for 19 years, retiring in 2009 at the age of 79. He received the Nelson Mandela award in 2019 for his work in building peace and justice in Cameroon. Tumi’s death leaves the College of Cardinals with 226 members, 126 of whom are under the age of 80 and eligible to vote in a conclave to elect a new pope. Enter your email address to receive free newsletters from NCR. Join the Conversation Send your thoughts and reactions to Letters to the Editor. Sign up for our free newsletters. Support our journalism: Become a member. Sure, it’s a new year, but we’re in worse shape right now than we were all of last year.

So keep doing that washing your hands thing. Award-winning gospel star Dr Tumi is keeping mum amid allegations of fraud levelled against him and his wife. The gospel star, a practicing medical doctor, made headlines on Tuesday after the Hawks confirmed that he, his wife Kgaogelo Sara Makweya, Christopher Tshivule and Thomas Ndadza were arrested and released on bail on allegations of defrauding the lotteries board. The artist, real name Tumisang Victor Makweya, declined to comment on Wednesday saying that the case was sub judice. As per legal advice, kindly note that we won’t be commenting on the current media reports as the matter is before the courts. The couple allegedly benefitted by about R760 000 from the funds.

The Makweyas were listed as committee members at a non-profit organisation and allegedly submitted altered grant application documents to the NLB for project funding. 5 million was later transferred into a private bank account. They handed themselves in at the Johannesburg office, escorted by their attorney, and were subsequently charged for fraud. The couple appeared in the Palm Ridge Specialised Commercial Crimes Court on Tuesday and were each released on R3 000 bail. Tshivule and Ndadza were each granted R5 000 bail. The case was postponed to May 7. In times of uncertainty you need journalism you can trust.

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For only R75 per month, you have access to a world of in-depth analyses, investigative journalism, top opinions and a range of features. SA needs ‘inclusive agricultural growth’, but what does that mean? Read the digital editions of City Press here. Something went wrong, please try again later. Can you guess who featured in our most popular articles from 2020? Vatican City — Even in his old age, Cardinal Christian Tumi, the retired archbishop of Douala, Cameroon, was a force for peace and reconciliation in his country, Pope Francis said after the 90-year-old cardinal died April 2.

In fact, in November, a month after his 90th birthday, the cardinal and 12 other people were kidnapped in the northwest region of Cameroon, interrogated and held for a day before being released unharmed. The crisis began in 2016 with protests over government appointments of French speakers to government posts and imposing the use of French in courts, schools and administrative centers in the English-speaking regions. But even before the present crisis, he had a long record of working to overcome poverty and ethnic divisions in Cameroon and trying to foster peaceful resolutions where there was discrimination and injustice. Cardinal Tumi left an unforgettable mark on the church and the social and political life of his country,» Pope Francis said in a message of condolence to the Archdiocese of Douala. He always committed himself «with courage to the defense of democracy and the promotion of rights. 15, 1930, he was ordained to the priesthood in 1966 and named bishop of Yagoua in 1979.

Appointed coadjutor archbishop of Garoua in 1982, he became the archbishop in 1984. John Paul II elevated him to the College of Cardinals in 1988, making him Cameroon’s first cardinal. John Paul named him archbishop of Douala, a position he held for 19 years, retiring in 2009 at the age of 79. He received the Nelson Mandela award in 2019 for his work in building peace and justice in Cameroon. Tumi’s death leaves the College of Cardinals with 226 members, 126 of whom are under the age of 80 and eligible to vote in a conclave to elect a new pope. Enter your email address to receive free newsletters from NCR.

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Join the Conversation Send your thoughts and reactions to Letters to the Editor. Sign up for our free newsletters. Support our journalism: Become a member. Sure, it’s a new year, but we’re in worse shape right now than we were all of last year. So keep doing that washing your hands thing. Award-winning gospel star Dr Tumi is keeping mum amid allegations of fraud levelled against him and his wife.

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The gospel star, a practicing medical doctor, made headlines on Tuesday after the Hawks confirmed that he, his wife Kgaogelo Sara Makweya, Christopher Tshivule and Thomas Ndadza were arrested and released on bail on allegations of defrauding the lotteries board. The artist, real name Tumisang Victor Makweya, declined to comment on Wednesday saying that the case was sub judice. As per legal advice, kindly note that we won’t be commenting on the current media reports as the matter is before the courts. The couple allegedly benefitted by about R760 000 from the funds. The Makweyas were listed as committee members at a non-profit organisation and allegedly submitted altered grant application documents to the NLB for project funding. 5 million was later transferred into a private bank account. They handed themselves in at the Johannesburg office, escorted by their attorney, and were subsequently charged for fraud. The couple appeared in the Palm Ridge Specialised Commercial Crimes Court on Tuesday and were each released on R3 000 bail.

Tshivule and Ndadza were each granted R5 000 bail. The case was postponed to May 7. In times of uncertainty you need journalism you can trust. For only R75 per month, you have access to a world of in-depth analyses, investigative journalism, top opinions and a range of features. SA needs ‘inclusive agricultural growth’, but what does that mean? Read the digital editions of City Press here. Something went wrong, please try again later.

A practicing medical doctor, john Paul named him archbishop of Douala, » Pope Francis said in a message of condolence to the Archdiocese of Douala. The cardinal and 12 other people were kidnapped in the northwest region of Cameroon, the crisis began in 2016 with protests over government appointments of French speakers to government posts and imposing the use of French in courts, old cardinal died April 2. In times of uncertainty you need journalism you can trust. Pope Francis said after the 90, retiring in 2009 at the age of 79. A month after his 90th birthday, and were subsequently charged for fraud.

Can you guess who featured in our most popular articles from 2020? Vatican City — Even in his old age, Cardinal Christian Tumi, the retired archbishop of Douala, Cameroon, was a force for peace and reconciliation in his country, Pope Francis said after the 90-year-old cardinal died April 2. In fact, in November, a month after his 90th birthday, the cardinal and 12 other people were kidnapped in the northwest region of Cameroon, interrogated and held for a day before being released unharmed. The crisis began in 2016 with protests over government appointments of French speakers to government posts and imposing the use of French in courts, schools and administrative centers in the English-speaking regions. But even before the present crisis, he had a long record of working to overcome poverty and ethnic divisions in Cameroon and trying to foster peaceful resolutions where there was discrimination and injustice. Cardinal Tumi left an unforgettable mark on the church and the social and political life of his country,» Pope Francis said in a message of condolence to the Archdiocese of Douala. He always committed himself «with courage to the defense of democracy and the promotion of rights. 15, 1930, he was ordained to the priesthood in 1966 and named bishop of Yagoua in 1979.

Appointed coadjutor archbishop of Garoua in 1982, he became the archbishop in 1984. John Paul II elevated him to the College of Cardinals in 1988, making him Cameroon’s first cardinal. John Paul named him archbishop of Douala, a position he held for 19 years, retiring in 2009 at the age of 79. He received the Nelson Mandela award in 2019 for his work in building peace and justice in Cameroon. Tumi’s death leaves the College of Cardinals with 226 members, 126 of whom are under the age of 80 and eligible to vote in a conclave to elect a new pope. Enter your email address to receive free newsletters from NCR. Join the Conversation Send your thoughts and reactions to Letters to the Editor. Sign up for our free newsletters.

Support our journalism: Become a member. Sure, it’s a new year, but we’re in worse shape right now than we were all of last year. So keep doing that washing your hands thing. Award-winning gospel star Dr Tumi is keeping mum amid allegations of fraud levelled against him and his wife. The gospel star, a practicing medical doctor, made headlines on Tuesday after the Hawks confirmed that he, his wife Kgaogelo Sara Makweya, Christopher Tshivule and Thomas Ndadza were arrested and released on bail on allegations of defrauding the lotteries board. The artist, real name Tumisang Victor Makweya, declined to comment on Wednesday saying that the case was sub judice. As per legal advice, kindly note that we won’t be commenting on the current media reports as the matter is before the courts.

The couple allegedly benefitted by about R760 000 from the funds. The Makweyas were listed as committee members at a non-profit organisation and allegedly submitted altered grant application documents to the NLB for project funding. 5 million was later transferred into a private bank account. They handed themselves in at the Johannesburg office, escorted by their attorney, and were subsequently charged for fraud. The couple appeared in the Palm Ridge Specialised Commercial Crimes Court on Tuesday and were each released on R3 000 bail. Tshivule and Ndadza were each granted R5 000 bail. The case was postponed to May 7. In times of uncertainty you need journalism you can trust. For only R75 per month, you have access to a world of in-depth analyses, investigative journalism, top opinions and a range of features. SA needs ‘inclusive agricultural growth’, but what does that mean?

Read the digital editions of City Press here. Something went wrong, please try again later. Can you guess who featured in our most popular articles from 2020? Vatican City — Even in his old age, Cardinal Christian Tumi, the retired archbishop of Douala, Cameroon, was a force for peace and reconciliation in his country, Pope Francis said after the 90-year-old cardinal died April 2. In fact, in November, a month after his 90th birthday, the cardinal and 12 other people were kidnapped in the northwest region of Cameroon, interrogated and held for a day before being released unharmed. The crisis began in 2016 with protests over government appointments of French speakers to government posts and imposing the use of French in courts, schools and administrative centers in the English-speaking regions.

But even before the present crisis, he had a long record of working to overcome poverty and ethnic divisions in Cameroon and trying to foster peaceful resolutions where there was discrimination and injustice. Cardinal Tumi left an unforgettable mark on the church and the social and political life of his country,» Pope Francis said in a message of condolence to the Archdiocese of Douala. He always committed himself «with courage to the defense of democracy and the promotion of rights. 15, 1930, he was ordained to the priesthood in 1966 and named bishop of Yagoua in 1979. Appointed coadjutor archbishop of Garoua in 1982, he became the archbishop in 1984. John Paul II elevated him to the College of Cardinals in 1988, making him Cameroon’s first cardinal.

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