Well, it turns out the Archbishop of Nigeria seems to think the South to South Encounter will indeed take place in Alexandria...see his message posted today on the Church of Nigeria pages titled, "Statement of South/South Chairman Concerning the 3rd South/South Encounter in Alexandria, Egypt. Please note to that he clearly states that this is a "gathering of like-minded Anglicans." "The Encounter is not *a business* meeting." He says, "Our major concern is upholding the integrity and sanctity of the Word of God and the resolutions of the Lambeth Conference guiding the integrity of our common historic faith. Any person or Church disregarding or flouting these are the ones to do a rethink about their status within our worldwide Anglican family."
So..it appears it is proposed to be in Alexandria after all, is a meeting of like minded Anglicans, does exclude the Province of Brazil (or at least its official leadership), and is not a business meeting, and concerns (among other things) upholding the resolutions of the Lambeth Conference.
Sounds like a gathering storm. And after the thunder and lightening, rain.