Church in Port Elizabeth to Apologise for Apartheid-era Forced Removals

The South End Museum — which preserves the story of a once-vibrant, multicultural Port Elizabeth community that was...
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Freedom of Religion and Speech Facing One of Greatest Threats Yet!

This week has seen the State proposing two pieces of legislation which arguably pose one of the greatest threats to...
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Light of Gospel Penetrates Darkness of Campus Turmoil

On Tuesday this week I managed to weave myself into the conflict engulfing Rhodes University and had two sessions to share...
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Minister Alan Winde Chats About Free Wifi Hotspots

We chat this morning to Minister Alan Minister of Economic Opportunities about the 22 new wifi hotspots in the Western...
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Australian pastor killed in Malawi

An Australian pastor died yesterday in a South African hospital after an assault in Malawi, his family announced today....
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Kenyan Pastor Uses WhatsApp for Wednesday Bible Studies

We chat this morning to a Kenyan pastor from Nairobi, Mishack Mbevi on how he is using WhatsApp as a positive force for the...
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CCFm Celebrates 23 Years of Changing Lives for Good

The first of September signaled 23 years of changing lives for good. Twenty three years ago CCFm was birthed as Radio Fish...
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Mighty Men Running From Top of Table Mountain to MMC at Malmesbury

Bertie Cloete, 47, a real-life miracle marathon man from Cape Town will be leading a team of 12 Christian runners on a...
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20 000 Worshippers Roar for Jesus at Opening of Bethel Music SA tour

‘”It’s clear South African’s are worshiping from a different place.” Jeremy Riddle said these words at the press conference...
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Call to Save Lives Through Prayer and Fasting

40 Days for Life in Cape Town is appealing for support to change the community through prayer, fasting and a peaceful vigil...
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