It is all systems go for the 2019 UAAC Zimbabwe national Conference scheduled for 12 – 14 July 2019 at Harare.

The conference is set to attract thousands of UAAC members from all over Zimbabwe, South Africa, Zambia and Botswana.

Bishops, Superitendants, Brigadiers, Ambassadors, Youth and Women’s League from Zimbabwe and South Africa already confirmed attendance.

A night vigil is set to commence at 21:00 on Friday 12 July, which will run throughout the evening as delegates from Zimbabwe and other SADC countries will be streaming in for the annual convention.

For the first time ever in the history of this conference, there will be a Youth Service on 13 July 2019, staring at 14:00. The time is also meant to accommodate the South African and Botswana Youth who are also poised to attend the service.

Official opening is also scheduled for Saturday evening (13 July 2019) at 22:00 after the arrival of all delegates.

The final service will witness various speeches by Bishops, Ambassadors, Leagues and the Zimbabwean government delegation or representatives.

Whilst a sombre mood is expected to characterize the mood as UAAC members in Zimbabwe finally comes to terms with the departure of their Holy Father, participants are expected to to do all they can to live and protect his legacy in the country.

For transport arrangements from South Africa, members are encouraged to contact the following people:

  1. Inspector Maudu 082 752 0999 (Limpopo – Mutale, Thohoyandou, Malamulale, Giyani, Vuwani and adjacent districts)
  2. Inspector Kholopha 071 577 8382 (Limpopo – Dzanani, Balethavha, Nzhelele, Western, Polokwane, Bochum, Capricorn, Tzaneen and adjacent districts)
  3. Mr Ramutsheli 066 167 0993  (Gauteng – Gauteng, Mpumalanga, Free State and North West)
  4. Mr Nemutshenzheni & Cllr Singo 076 785 8001 (Limpopo- Musina, Niani and adjacent districts)

For further details, members and the public at large are also encouraged to contact the Head office on +27 15 973 0906 or info@uaac.co.za.

There will be live updates of proceedings on the church ‘s Facebook page (Oficial United African Apostolic Church) throughout the conference.

Peace be unto all!!