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Cycling in Faith

The We Have Faith – Act Now for Climate Justice campaign and cycling caravan is in full swing now, having been on the road for more than a month already. The caravan has travelled from Mozambique, through South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Zambia, covering close to 3000km’s already! Tanzania, Malawi, Kenya and Uganda still lie […]

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Climate Justice Campaign clocks 1,973 in 22 days

By M’thetho Lungu 19th September 2015. Saturday. Chegutu. ZIMBABWE: The We Have Faith – Act Now for Climate Justice​ campaign has now clocked 1,973km travelling from Maputo in Mozambique and currently at a town, Chegutu, in Zimbabwe. The awareness cycling expedition started cycling on 1st September after planting trees at two primary schools in Maputo. The previous day it was […]

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Botswana adds 500 trees to world’s 3.04 trillion

By M’thetho Lungu* 8th Sept. ’15. Gaborone. BOTSWANA: In just two days of its We Have Faith Act Now Climate Justice cycling caravan campaign, Botswana has already started planting its 500 trees committed through the 516km stretch. Bishop Champion Malongwa, chairperson of the Botswana Council of Churches (BCC) and National Ambassador for the campaign told […]

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Cycling for Climate Justice

90 days. 9 countries. 6000kms. One million signatures. This is the We Have Faith – Act Now for Climate Justice campaign’s objective, as COP21 in Paris draws close. The ‘We Have faith – Act Now for Climate Justice’ is a multi-faith campaign that is anchored on the moral responsibility to care for the earth and a […]

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