/ 15 April 2022

Danger of exposing the dark side of prophets and pastors

Crl Lays Charges Against Uncooperative Pastors
Determined: Thoko Mkhwanazi-Xaluva (above centre) arrives at Hillbrow police station to lay charges against Pastor Paseka Motsoeneng, of the Incredible Happening Ministries, who asked his followers to fund his legal fees as he prepared to battle the Cultural, Religious and Linguistics (CRL) Rights Commission in court. (Vathiswa Ruselo/Sowetan/Gallo Images)
The head of the Cultural, Religious and Linguistics Rights Commission investigated church leaders abusing their congregants and refused to be distracted by threats on her life

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