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KwaSizabantu Mission is damaging all churches’ reputation, says alliance

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Reverend Moss Ntlha.
Reverend Moss Ntlha.

The Evangelical Alliance of South Africa said on Wednesday that the practices at KwaSizabantu Mission in KwaZulu-Natal were damaging the reputation of other churches.

A number of allegations of human rights abuses and money laundering have been levelled at the mission in a News24 expose. Many newspapers have published similar allegations for many years.

Despite the mission dismissing allegations by former members that human rights violations were a common occurrence at the church, Reverend Moss Ntlha, the general secretary of the Evangelical Alliance of South Africa, said the alliance did not believe that the claims were baseless.

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