‘The reality is that Jacob Zuma should find himself in jail’ – Andrew Feinstein | News24

Share this…emailPrintTwitterLinkedinFormer ANC MP and arms deal activist Andrew Feinstein has said ahead of the start of former president Jacob Zuma’s corruption trial that there is “overwhelming evidence” of his guilt. “The reality is that Jacob Zuma should find himself in jail,” Feinstein told AFP ahead of Zuma’s court appearance…

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Zuma’s lawyers to make representations in challenge against Abrahams’ decision for him to stand trial | News24

Share this…emailPrintTwitterLinkedinFormer president Jacob Zuma’s legal team is expected to file an application to the KwaZulu-Natal High Court on Tuesday as it seeks a review of National Director of Public Prosecutions Shaun Abrahams’ decision that there was no reason for him not to stand trial. The 16 charges relate to…

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‘We are dealing with criminals with badges and gowns,’ says defiant O’Sullivan | News24

Share this…emailPrintTwitterLinkedin Pretoria – Private forensic investigator Paul O’Sullivan says he will not back down until certain “corrupt” people are behind bars. “We are dealing with criminals – criminals with badges and criminals with gowns. They are going to go to prison for what they did. I will not stop,”…

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EXCLUSIVE: ‘Corrupt’ company sponsored Zuma’s birthday parties | News24

Share this…emailPrintTwitterLinkedin Johannesburg – President Jacob Zuma’s birthday parties in 2015 and 2016 were sponsored by controversial facilities management group Bosasa. Bosasa, led by CEO Gavin Watson, was found to have bribed prisons officials for tenders by the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) and is currently under criminal investigation by the…

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#UnitedBehind activists expected to march demanding Zuma’s arrest | News24

Share this…emailPrintTwitterLinkedin Cape Town – Activists from #UnitedBehind are on Wednesday expected to march from Central Methodist Mission in Greenmarket Square in Cape Town to an undisclosed location to demand the arrest of President Jacob Zuma. An organiser with the movement, Bruce Baigrie, said the march was expected to begin…

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Inside the most powerful church in south Africa | The Independent

Share this…emailPrintTwitterLinkedin   Pastor Sifiso leans back into an ample leather armchair and prepares to explode what he sees as the misconception that a rich man cannot enter heaven.”Listen, the bible tells us that the streets of heaven are paved with gold,” he says. As the young preacher speaks there’s…

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SACC excluded from interfaith council | IOL News

Share this…emailPrintTwitterLinkedinThe SA Council of Churches was neither informed of nor invited to the recent formation of the National Interfaith Leaders Council (NILC), it said on Wednesday. “Although we do not presume that our exclusion was malicious, but the SACC is disappointed at not having been offered the courtesy of…

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National Interfaith Council of South Africa | New Chapter in the Evolution of the Interfaith Movement

Share this…emailPrintTwitterLinkedinNew Chapter in the Evolution of the Interfaith Movement CRATA facilitated the interaction of the NRLF, NILC, civil society organisations and government departments with a view to enhancing the development role or the religious institutions. In August 2010 the National Heritage Council hosted a national conference on the values…

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National Interfaith Council of South Africa – Wikipedia

Share this…emailPrintTwitterLinkedinHistory The National Religious Leaders Forum (NRLF) interfaith body was formed in post-apartheid South Africa. When President Jacob Zuma took office in 2009, Pastor Ray McCauley of Rhema Bible Church formed a new interfaith organization called the National Interfaith Leadership Council (NILC) which subsequently merged with the National Religious…

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Churches to seek meeting with Zuma over ‘blasphemy’ | News24

Share this…emailPrintTwitterLinkedin The SA Council of Churches is hoping to meet with President Jacob Zuma over his “problematic” statement that a vote for the ANC will get people into heaven, it said today. “We work on a daily basis with scores of people who are hungry, unemployed and homeless. These…

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