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Report into KwaSizabantu Mission, written 20 years ago, warns of 'cult-like behaviour'

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KwaSizabantu Mission has been embroiled in several allegations.
KwaSizabantu Mission has been embroiled in several allegations.
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A damning report into allegations of abuse at KwaSizabantu Mission - written by a panel of 14 nationally and internationally recognised Christian leaders 20 years ago - concluded that the controversial church was dangerously close to "cult-like behaviour", indicating recently exposed claims of human rights abuses could have been prevented if more was done by the mission's leadership years ago.

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