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Reasons for Views Around Anti-Corruption Protests

On Wednesday, 30 September, marches will be taking place in at least Pretoria and Cape Town as part of the “Unite Against Corruption” Campaign. Since the public announcement of a march was made, the Warehouse staff have wrestled with God and each other around what opportunities and risks the march avails to the work of …

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How Marching Will Destroy the Church’s Integrity

[This blog post is one in a series of personal viewpoints of Warehouse Staff members on the Unite Against Corruption March] Reading through this “anti-corruption” march website I’m seeing an anti-ANC march. The problem of South Afrika is bigger than the ANC: we are faced with colonial corruption. Our corruption is older than 1994. This march brings …

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Unite Against Corruption: An Opportunity for White South Africans to Confess, Repent, and Change

[This blog post is one in a series of personal viewpoints of Warehouse Staff members on the Unite Against Corruption March] Colonialism and Apartheid were two of the most extreme forms of institutionalised corruption that the world has ever seen. For the benefit of a small minority of people, corruption was entrenched into every department …

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