KwaSizabantu faithful 'won’t come forward'

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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.
News24

Despite chilling human abuse claims against the KwaSizabantu Mission, insiders say most of those who might have been victims won’t come forward due to their strong bond with the church.

In a series of News24 reports —supported by accounts from victims — information has surfaced that some church members suffered physical, sexual and psychological abuse.

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