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KwaSizabantu Mission invited members who claim to have suffered abuse at the church to come forward.
KwaSizabantu Mission invited members who claim to have suffered abuse at the church to come forward.
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Why don't religious people stand up to the kind of corruption seen at KwaSizabantu Mission, and is there anything in their scriptures that could underwrite political realignment? asks Siya Khumalo

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