SACC leader Mpumlwana decries SA politics and calls for change

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Bishop Malusi Mpumlwana called on people of conscience to build an alternative vision for South Africa with a better moral compass and a human face. Photo: Supplied/Archive
Bishop Malusi Mpumlwana called on people of conscience to build an alternative vision for South Africa with a better moral compass and a human face. Photo: Supplied/Archive

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The SA Council of Churches (SACC) has lambasted rampant corruption in the country’s political landscape and believes the Digital Vibes scandal was the lowest point for the country morally.

Speaking at its Triennial National Conference in Braamfontein, Johannesburg, on Wednesday, SACC general secretary Bishop Malusi Mpumlwana decried the current level of corruption and deprivation in which the country finds itself, where food and shelter are basic needs that are not enjoyed by many.

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