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Members of the International Pentecost Holiness Church are ordered to lie down on the ground after being searched by the SA National Defence Force and police officers in Zuurbekom yesterday Picture: Tebogo Letsie
Members of the International Pentecost Holiness Church are ordered to lie down on the ground after being searched by the SA National Defence Force and police officers in Zuurbekom yesterday Picture: Tebogo Letsie

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Blood stains on the tar road outside the entrance to the church and items of clothing strewn on the ground leading to the gate greeted onlookers at the headquarters of the International Pentecost Holiness Church on Saturday.

At the main entrance to the church stood a stationary bus that was riddled with bullet holes – signs of a deadly attack.

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