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KwaSizabantu, one of the biggest mission stations on the continent, finds itself at the centre of claims of cultism, allegations which first emerged two decades ago.
KwaSizabantu, one of the biggest mission stations on the continent, finds itself at the centre of claims of cultism, allegations which first emerged two decades ago.
Chanté Schatz

Founded in 1970 by missionary Reverend Erlo Stegen, the KwaSizabantu Mission is nestled in the, green and lush Valley of a Thousand Hills in KwaZulu-Natal. It's described as one of the biggest mission stations on the continent.

Translated, its name means "the place where people are helped" and according to its website, it hosts many visitors, some who seek help for their problems.

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