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'A malicious and criminal plan' to discredit us – KwaSizabantu's submission to independent panel

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KwaSizabantu Mission has labelled the allegations levelled against it as a "malicious and criminal plan" to discredit its leaders, saying it would eventually submit details of an "orchestrated attempt to discredit and replace the leadership of the mission and its subsidiary entities".

According to the mission's submissions to an independent legal panel appointed by the mission to investigate the allegations of sexual abuse, physical violence, impropriety, virginity testing, racism and patriarchy, the "accusers in their attempt to discredit the present leadership no doubt hope to assume control of the mission and the businesses used by the mission to finance its many ministries".

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