The former Francophone Province of Rwanda, Burundi and Zaire has been divided into three separate provinces.
The inauguration of the Province of Burundi took place on 14 June 1992. The Primate is the Most Rev. Samuel Sindamuka, Bishop of Matena and Primate of the former Province. The four dioceses in the new province are: Bujumbura, Buye, Gitega and Matena.
The inauguration of the Province of Rwanda took place on 7 June 1992. The Archbishop-Elect is the Rt. Rev. Augustin Nshamihigo, Bishop of Shyira. The seven dioceses in the new province are: Butare, Byumba, Cyangugu, Kigali, Kigeme, Shyira and Shyogwe.
The inauguration of the Province of Zaire took place on 30 May 1992. The Primate is the Most Rev. Nojo Byankya, Bishop of Boga Zaire. The five dioceses in the new province are: Bakavu, Boga Zaire, Kisangani, Nord Kivu and Shaba.
The Council approved a resolution, to be taken to the Anglican Consultative Council and Primates Meeting in January 1993 urging donor nations not to neglect the development needs of Africa in favour of the needs of Eastern Europe.
Anglicans in Africa have decided to "revolutionize" their mechanisms for inter-provincial action by creating a full-time office to run the affairs of the Council of African Provinces of Africa. The Council has been run on a voluntary basis by the Church of the Province of Kenya since its inception.
Anglican bishops will meet at the Kanuga Episcopal Conference Centre in North Carolina, 21 April to 1 May 1992 to consider reports dealing with "church growth, the Decade of Evangelism, and new Anglican work at the United Nations. They will also prepare for the next meeting of Anglican Primates and the Anglican Consultative Council in Cape Town, South Africa in January 1993.
Representatives of the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople and the Anglican Communion met at the Royal Foundation of St. Katherine, London 17-19 June 1992 for a first round of annual Informal Talks. The Archbishop of Canterbury will visit Constantinople in October 1992.
The Spanish Reformed Episcopal Church (Iglesia Espanola Reformada Episcopal) is providing chaplaincy arrangements for Expo 92 in Seville and the Olympics in Barcelona. In Barcelona, a chaplaincy under the auspices of the Church of England's Diocese of Gibraltar in Europe will offer assistance.