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  • Pressure mounts on Zuma after release of SACC-sponsored state capture report

    May 26, 2017 12:25

    Pressure mounts on Zuma after release of SACC-sponsored state capture report

    President Zuma is not just at the centre of a criminal network but is acutally at the core of a group of people who have managed to re-purpose state institutions for the benefit of a few networks, according to a […]

     
  • Love grows stronger as LIV Village looted, vandalised by protesters

    May 26, 2017 10:54

    Love grows stronger as LIV Village looted, vandalised by protesters

    PLEASE SUPPORT OUR COMRADES MARATHON “RUN FOR LIV VILLAGE” CAMPAIGN Click here to make a donation to this inspiring Christian orphan village and community upliftment project Your support will really make a difference at this time! Some of you would […]

     
  • “Shakes” Soyizwapi shares his faith at London Sevens

    May 26, 2017 9:38

    “Shakes” Soyizwapi shares his faith at London Sevens

    Siviwe “Shakes” Soyizwapi, a member of the series-winning Blitzbok squad shared his faith in Jesus with journalist Norman Brierley at Twickenham in an interview with Planet Sport before the start of the London Sevens last week. He said his mother, […]

     
  • Cyclist on God-given assignment to save our wildlife heritage

    May 25, 2017 20:39

    Cyclist on God-given assignment to save our wildlife heritage

    Wayne Bolton will be jumping on his bicycle again soon to embark on another multi-thousand kilometre ride to save our wildlife and inspire others to make a difference where God has placed them. In 2015/2016 he completed a gruelling 6 […]

     
  • Parliament to consider compulsory licensing of pastors, churches in June

    May 25, 2017 16:11

    Parliament to consider compulsory licensing of pastors, churches in June

    The CRL Rights Commission has indicated that its final report on the “Commercialisation of Religion and Abuse of People’s Belief Systems”, which recommends broad-scale regulation of religion in South Africa, will be presented to parliament in June. At this stage […]

     
  • No outcome yet in Christian schools case

    May 25, 2017 12:21

    No outcome yet in Christian schools case

    An instagram/whatsapp message that is currently doing the rounds, saying “case in Bloemfontein High Court to keep Christianity in schools is concluded today. Christians have won the case. Glory to God.” is misinformed and incorrect, says Freedom of Religion South […]

     
 
 
 
 
 

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