Into the afterlife: The M&G's annual God edition goes soul searching

We'll also walk with the restless souls floating around our cemeteries and talk with the ancestors. (Madelene Cronje, M&G)

We'll also walk with the restless souls floating around our cemeteries and talk with the ancestors. (Madelene Cronje, M&G)

The Mail & Guardian's annual religion edition delves into what's next through a series of features that explores beliefs of the afterlife, the state of euthanasia in South Africa and what it's like to give at a local sperm donation centre. We'll also walk with the restless souls floating around our cemeteries and talk with the ancestors.

The M&G will publish on Thursday, due to the public holiday on Friday and it's an edition not to be missed.

Writer Bongani Madondo delves into the curious case of Enoch Mgijima and his band of believers, while Chenjerai Hove tells us more about how an ancestor is born.

We look at the high cost of dying with Faeeza Ballim – solace for the living can be an elaborate affair.

We'll also take a look at:

  • The big sleep: Our resident anaesthetist on going under.
  • Giving it up: Sperm donation centres and the future life in your loins.
  • Death wish: How Sean Davison found himself at the centre of the South African euthanasia debate.

Don't miss the God edition this Thursday.

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