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Read the full text - Ahmed Kathrada Foundation’s response to Rivers Church pastor
It is to be appreciated that Pastor Olivier apologised for the statements he made in a sermon on Sunday‚ 26 June 2016. It is important‚ though‚ not simply to forgive him and move on‚ since his words were not only “poorly chosen” (as he says in his Twitter apology)‚ but reveal deep-seated attitudes....

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River Church pastor's 'poorly chosen words reveal deep-seated attitudes of many white people’: Kathrada Foundation
About 50 activists and journalists picketed outside the South African Broadcasting Corporation’s (SABC) offices in Auckland Park offices in Johannesburg on Friday morning against perceived censorship by the public broadcaster. Flooding and landslides triggered by heavy rain in a mountainous part of....

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Word of Life trial: Father testifies against daughter
Bruce Leonard, the father of the boy beaten to death by a church counselling session, has testified in court against his own daughter. He described in vivid detail how his two sons were whipped because they had been suspected of sexually molesting their sister and their half-sister's children.

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Will "Jesus" Be Banned From Colorado Springs Bus Benches?
13 hrs ago Read more: Denver Westword That's how Pastor Lawson Perdue sees the announcement that he can no longer use the word "Jesus" on bus benches promoting his church, the Charis Christian Center. This edict was made even more surprising because of where it took place - in Colorado Springs ,....

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South Side Priest Dies Leaving Troubling Legacy
Priest accused by two brothers of sexually abusing them as children leaves legacy of greatness and shame after sudden death. Rev. Robert A. Stepek. Chicago, IL -- A priest who unsuccessfully sued two brothers after they accused him of molesting them as children passed away suddenly on June 25. Rev.

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‘Olivier’s poorly chosen words reveal deep-seated attitudes of many white people’: Kathrada Foundation
That’s a view endorsed by the Ahmed Kathrada Foundation‚ written by the University of South Africa’s Professor JNJ “Klippies’ Kritzinger”‚ in a reaction entitled “Response to Pastor André Olivier of Rivers Church‚ Sandton”. Olivier made waves on social media after his sermon over the weekend was seen by many to suggest that black people were lazy.

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Protesters March to Luttamaguzi's Grave Over Marginalization in Museveni Appointments
Nakaseke Clad in T-shirts of the ruling National Resistance Movement and singing liberation songs a group of people in Nakaseke District Wednesday have streamed to the grave of the famous war hero Edidian Luttamaguzi at Kikandwa village in Nakaseke District saying their area has been marginalized by the government.

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Around Town – July 1
Orchids to … • Mary Ellen Grosman for her kindness and extraordinary help, from a disabled person. • Parkside Baptist Church for an enjoyable vacation Bible school. • Dennis Stark for all of his help over the years. • The Republic for its help with the Orchids, Onions, birthdays and anniversaries.

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Hope town council hires new town manager
Doane’s salary was set at $50,000, clerk-treasurer Diane Burton said. After an unexpected turn of events emerged regarding the council’s first choice, the committee wanted to be exceptionally thorough in screening candidates, Compton said. The council had hoped to introduce its new town manager to....

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Somme memorial services underway in France
Day of remembrance for Battle of the Somme centenary. Thousands of soldiers who died in the Battle of the Somme will be remembered today as the country pays tribute to those who were killed in the historic battle which began 100 years ago on July 1, 1916.

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Olympic Day Educational Programme: Dalung, Amike, advice Nigerians on Olympism
BY PAUL EREWUBA As the 2016 Rio Olympic Games draws near, former Olympian and Chairman, Nigeria Sport for All Commission, Prince Henry Amike, has advised Nigerians to make physical exercise as part of their everyday life as it helps to prevent risk of cardiovascular diseases and other wide range of....

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Pastors in 40 day Mugabemustfall prayer
The prayer, code named #Mugabemustfall, according to Mugadza, will be held at the Africa Unity Square where “pastors from different denominations will be taking turns to lead”. “We are going to stage a 40 day prayer calling for the falling of President Mugabe and his government starting on 1 July until the 9th of August” Mugabdza told NewZimbabwe.

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The Latest: Biden to NPR: "Bernie is going to endorse her"
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Latest on the U.S. presidential campaign (all times EDT): 6:39 p.m. Vice President Joe Biden says Sen. Bernie Sanders, who is still technically running for president as a Democrat, will soon back Hillary Clinton. Biden tells National Public Radio that he has "talked to Bernie. Bernie is going to endorse her.

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The Latest: Biden to NPR: "Bernie is going to endorse her"
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Latest on the U.S. presidential campaign (all times EDT): 6:39 p.m. Vice President Joe Biden says Sen. Bernie Sanders, who is still technically running for president as a Democrat, will soon back Hillary Clinton. Biden tells National Public Radio that he has "talked to Bernie. Bernie is going to endorse her.

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Gingrich, Christie are the leading candidates to be Trump’s running mate
Donald Trump’s campaign has begun formally vetting possible running mates, with former House speaker Newt Gingrich emerging as the leading candidate followed by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. But there are more than a half-dozen others being discussed as possibilities, according to several people with knowledge of the process.

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Bible Reading Marathon in Cerro Gordo County
Published: June 29, 2016, 6:06 pm Updated: June 30, 2016, 10:43 am Casey Walsh MASON CITY, Iowa – In late April, Gov. Terry Branstad signed the Bible Reading Marathon proclamation that allows Iowans to read the Bible out loud in front of the courthouses in the 99 counties.

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Steinberg: Voices of rural America speaking from a place mat
Paper place mats are not a celebrated form of communication, with neither the romance of messages in bottles nor the eager audience for fortune cookies. In fact, I didn’t glance at the place mat in front of me as we settled in at the Bedford Diner in Bedford, Pennsylvania, on our way home from vacation Monday.

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Large Scale Rally Against Terrorism, Hate, Gun Violence Announced
According to one of the Rally's organizers, Imam Muhammad Musri of American Islam, this Rally Against Hate is intended to show support for American inclusiveness and is in reaction to the increase in terrorists acts, the rising tide of hate speech in the American political discourse and the number of violent acts involving guns.

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Starlite Car Cruise continues to draw crowd
If you go. What: Starlite Car Cruise. When: 5 to 9 p.m., every Friday to Sept. 2. (No cruise scheduled for July 15.) Where: North Way Christian Community church campus, 12121 Perry Highway, Pine. Vehicles: All make and years, including motorcycles, are welcome. Admission : Free; food sold by vendors.

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SYRIA: Summer Programs Offer Safe Space and Play for 800 Youth
) Although war is still being waged in Syria , Salesian missionaries are providing a ray of hope through their summer youth program in Aleppo. Close to 800 young boys and girls are participating in these summer events made possible by 85 Salesian staff and volunteers.

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Shame of Kilifi’s neglected elderly
They were saved from the threat of mob justice but are now living in abject poverty and pain. These are the rejected and neglected Kilifi elders, who have been thrown out of their homes by their families to languish in the wilderness. The only crime for nineteen old men and women is that they are....

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Report of active shooter at Joint Base Andrews is unfounded
Someone mistook a routine safety inspection for an active shooter situation at Joint Base Andrews on Thursday morning, prompting tense moments and a lockdown of the sprawling facility in Prince George’s County, Md., base officials said. The base, which is home to Air Force One and thousands of military personnel, was briefly sent into confusion.

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Church group surprises ailing Penn Hills resident, wife with home upgrades
Updated 38 minutes ago After the car pulled into the driveway, John Sopkiewicz quickly got out of the passenger side and stared at his home — speechless. His pastor and a handful of friends were working in the front yard on June 29 as he and his wife pulled up; once he gathered himself, he hugged the pastor.

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High school notebook: PIAA champs earn all-state honors
Updated 36 minutes ago The Hempfield and Yough softball teams made program history by claiming PIAA titles earlier this month. Several members of those teams were recognized for their accomplishments with selection to the Pennsylvania High School Softball Association all-state teams.

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Photo story: 2016 Joy FM Beauty and Bridal Fair opens with new twist
The Accra International Conference Centre buzzed with much excitement when the 2016 edition of the Joy FM Beauty and Bridal Fair was officially launched on Thursday, June 30. The three-day event will see everything wedding on display and at affordable prices.

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What are new orange meters at Clematis Street and CityPlace all about?
“We are hoping people put their spare change in the meters and we are going to collect that change and it is going to go directly to housing for the homeless because we know that housing is the most important thing,” Muoio said. The city has installed eight of the bright orange, donated meters on Clematis Street and two at City Place.

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