Views:104266|Rating:4.65|View Time:6:28:4Minutes|Likes:942|Dislikes:71 Motsepe Foundation and faith-based organisations host a National Day of Prayer at the FNB Soccer Stadium in Soweto. The aim is to:
– pray for the unity of all South Africans of all races and languages;
– pray for the poor, unemployed and marginalized; and for God’s guidance, leadership and blessings for a bright future for all South Africans.
Views:4751|Rating:4.95|View Time:9:15Minutes|Likes:289|Dislikes:3 Are you keen to get involved in volunteer work this year, well listen up. As the New Year kicks off, the World Mission Society Church of God is not wasting time to get started on doing good work in the community. Sunday, 15th January 2017, marks their first clean-up campaign which starts right here at the University of Johannesburg. They’ve also recently won a prestigious Honorary Award for volunteer work, the Queen Elizabeth II award which was presented to them in England.
Views:234|Rating:5.00|View Time:1:57Minutes|Likes:5|Dislikes:0 The community of Zwide in Port Elizabeth are keeping the spirit of Mandela month alive. They have put their money where their mouths are and pulled together to revamp the house of a struggling resident.
Views:277743|Rating:3.98|View Time:15:25Minutes|Likes:1129|Dislikes:291 Last year thousands of women from as far as Democratic republic of Congo and Seychelles descent on Gallagher estate in Midrand. They were there for Alleluia Ministries International pastor Alph Lukau’s 90-day marriage miracle countdown, themed Wholeness 4 Greatness. The church was criticized for charging R5, 000 entry fees for those seeking marriage, having problems in their relationships or battling to conceive. Now from Alleluya Ministries we were joined by Busisiwe Gaca and Pastor Rochelle Kombou.
Views:1683|Rating:4.17|View Time:2:42:13Minutes|Likes:25|Dislikes:5 As part of the Mandela Centenary the Methodist Church in Orlando East is honouring the Mandela family with prayer service. This as Madiba was firmly grounded in that congregation.
Views:530|Rating:5.00|View Time:10:7Minutes|Likes:2|Dislikes:0 A group of Durban Christian leaders have raised concerns about hate speech bill. They believe criminalizing preaching against homosexuality and immorality is problematic. The bill seeks to create the offences of hate crimes and hate speech and to put in place measures to prevent and combat these offences. The aim is to address the increasing number of racial incidents and to further address other types of criminal conduct motivated by bias, prejudice or intolerance in the form of hate crimes and hate speech, which have occurred in the recent past.
The Ministerial Leaders for Christian Rights is an association made up of a hundred church leaders. They believe that Prevention and Combating of Hate Crimes and Hate Speech Bill prejudiced the church. The organisation’s spokesperson Pastor Lazarus Pillay said they expected more than a million signatures on a petition they were submitting to the Ministry of Justice objecting to the bill. Now joining us in studio is Pastor Lazarus Pillay who is the spokesperson for the Ministerial Leaders for Christian Rights.