Over 7 500 delegates from across the Free State, Northern Cape, and North-West enjoyed three days of spiritual training this past weekend at the Toyota Stadium in the city. The theme of this assembly was Be Courageous!
The results of passion birthed in a gospel singer at just 14 years of age, and having been nurtured in the church choir over the years, will show when Mohlomi Mohale performs at Windmill, Bloemfontein, Free State’s
The “rape trial” of pastor Timothy Omotoso of Jesus Dominion International, currently underway before the High Court in Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, has caused a national outcry against rogue pastors who abuse their power to prey on the poor and vulnerable.
The Church of Satan has an atheist philosophy; we reject the supernatural and all forms of sacrifice. Horror films and occult thriller television programs, such a recent episode of AHS: Apocalypse, use devil worship as part of their plots to disturb their viewers.
On Thursday, 29th November 2018 the Constitutional Court will hear Freedom of Religion South Africa’s (FOR SA’s) application for leave to appeal a High Court judgment in 2017 which declared parents’ historic common law defence of “moderate and reasonable chastisement” to be unconstitutional.
Faith leaders are calling upon all peace-loving citizens in the Western Cape to participate in our Silent Peace and Prayer March, on 20 September 2018, the day before International Day of Peace.
The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) welcomes the decision of the Western Cape High Court in granting relief in the form of providing Muslim women and their children, legal protections upon the dissolution of marriages.
On Tuesday, 28th August 2018, the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs adopted a motion of desirability for the Civil Union Amendment Bill as proposed by COPE MP Deidre Carter.
The African National Congress joins our Muslim family in South Africa across the globe as they celebrate Eid al-Adha. This festival of sacrifice honours Abraham’s willingness to sacrifice his only son Ismaeel, an act of submission to Allah’s command, as proof of his faith.