Wednesday, 19 December 2018

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Tveit in South Africa: “ We know. We dare. We can.”

Tveit in South Africa: “ We know. We dare. We can.”

Hundreds of people were gathered at the Orlando Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa on 11 June. To remember, to continue the walk never finished on 16 June 1976,  when hundreds ...

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Ramadan fast commence worldwide

Ramadan fast commence worldwide

Millions of Muslims around the world have ushered in the “holy month” of Ramadan on Monday, a time marked by intense prayer, dawn-to-dusk fasting and nightly feasts. Saudi Arabia’ ...

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The makings of a prophet: One-on-one with Prophet Passion Java

The makings of a prophet: One-on-one with Prophet Passion Java

Makamba Online was recently accorded an exclusive one-on-one with the young charismatic prophet, evangelist, businessman, fashion designer, husband, father and general overseer of ...

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Pope to examine women’s roles in church

Pope to examine women’s roles in church

Pope Francis has agreed to set up a commission into whether women could serve as deacons, local media reported yesterday, a potentially historic move that could end male dominance ...

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The Vatican to publicise guide to love, sex and marriage

The Vatican to publicise guide to love, sex and marriage

Pope Francis will on Friday issue new guidelines on the Church's approach to love, sex and marriage in what is being billed as one of the defining moments of his tenure. Is he gay ...

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Why Judas was actually more of a saint, than a sinner

Why Judas was actually more of a saint, than a sinner

Easter’s almost here, the time when Christian communities reflect on the death of Jesus and celebrate his resurrection. It’s also a time when the biblical character Judas Iscariot ...

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Pope says ‘no’ to death penalty, calls for improved jail conditions

Pope says ‘no’ to death penalty, calls for improved jail conditions

Pope Francis on Sunday called for the worldwide abolition of the death penalty, saying the commandment “You shall not kill” was absolute and equally valid for the guilty as for th ...

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Trouble for a Southern African President

Trouble for a Southern African President

After an eight-month absence from the public, popular Nigerian ‘Prophet’ T.B. Joshua gave a series of prophecies for Southern Africa. Joshua, who is known as one of Africa’s most ...

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Dual religion in Africa

Dual religion in Africa

It can be said that most African’s practise dual religion; they believe in God and Christianity but so too do they believe in a higher deity. In southern Africa the belief in Ance ...

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Use of condoms against church customs in Africa

Use of condoms against church customs in Africa

The challenges posed by HIV/ AIDS require both a global and a local response. How can we develop the will, knowledge, attitudes, values and skills required to prevent the spread o ...

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