PROMINENT CLERICS NOMINATED TO HEAD BREAKAWAY SOUTH AFRICAN PARTY


The former general secretary of the All Africa Conference of Churches, the Rev. Mvume Dandala, has been nominated as the presidential candidate of a breakaway faction of South Africa’s ruling African National Congress in the country’s 22 April elections, reports Ecumenical News International.

Professor Russel Botman, the rector of Stellenbosch University and the former president of the South African Council of Churches, pipped the former president of the World Alliance of Reformed Churches, the Rev. Allan Boesak, to the post as nominee for another top party position.

Report from the Christian Telegraph

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