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Ma Lindi, we will gather for tea and cake

A South African hero has died. But because of Covid-19 we can’t hold a memorial for her, just yet

‘Tell the truth as it is’

Refugee children in downtown Johannesburg couldn't perform their play about xenophobia in Botswana. Instead they staged a poignant exhibition at home.

Uncertain future for migrants at Methodist church

For thousands of Zimbabweans who flee their troubled country, the Central Methodist Church in downtown Johannesburg is the only home they know.

Paul Verryn: What went wrong?

A power struggle in the Methodist Church? A pre-World Cup clean-up cloaked in official hypocrisy? Or the reining in of a gung-ho cleric?

Bishop Verryn suspended

Paul Verryn, the Johannesburg Central Methodist Church bishop, has been suspended from the Methodist Church of SA, a lawyer said on Thursday.

Johannesburg’s Methodist homeless mission

The Central Methodist church has an "open-door policy" for up to 3 500 people, mostly destitute Zimbabwean refugees.

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Sisulu axes another water board

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Debt management amid Covid-19 and beyond

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