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After decades of fighting each other, rival gangs around Cape Town have agreed a truce and are now working together to bring food to families starving because of the Covid-19 lockdown.
“What we’re seeing happen here is literally a miracle,” …
Three of the leaders of Christian environmental charity A Rocha were killed in a road accident on 28 October.
Premier News reports that A Rocha founders Peter and Miranda Harris were travelling in South Africa with International CEO Chris Naylor …
Church leaders adopt anti-Semitic stance against those to whom they owe everything
CAPE TOWN, October 18 2019 – South Africa’s Anglican Church has nailed its anti-Semitic colours to the mast.
In denying that the modern Jewish state is connected to …
A South African doctor has lost his job and may be barred from practising medicine after telling a woman the facts about her unborn child.
Dr Jacques de Vos is alleged to have told a patient that “a foetus is …
Last updated on March 31st, 2018 at 11:55 am
“Water will gush forth in the wilderness and streams in the desert. The burning sand will become a pool…” This desert spring near Dimona provides rest and refreshment for the weary, …
Last updated on March 31st, 2018 at 11:44 am
Zuma’s resignation coincides with drought-breaking rainstorm
By Charles Gardner, Special to ASSIST News Service
CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA (ANS – February 19, 2018) – News of the resignation of Jacob Zuma as South Africa’s president comes as a great relief following allegations of corruption that have hung over the country like a dark shadow for far too long.
The first time Colleen Hurd’s husband was on the verge of death, God healed him overnight. But the second time, hearing God’s audible voice gave her supernatural peace to enter widowhood. She describes how God’s sovereign timing unfolded
Last updated on June 5th, 2017 at 03:37 pm
South African harvest linked with support for Israel
By Charles Gardner
The South African revival to which I referred in an earlier dispatch is now in full bloom, as evidenced by an extraordinary prayer meeting attended by an estimated one million people.
The call to prayer – named It’s Time – came from farmer-evangelist Angus Buchan in response to allegations of corruption in government, an intolerable crime rate, violent student protests and immorality at many levels.