Announcement

SACC Saddened by Passing of Ms Zindzi Mandela Media Statement

13 July 2020

Issued by the office of the SACC General Secretary, Bishop Malusi Mpumlwana.
 The South African Council of Churches (SACC) is saddened by the sudden passing of former Ambassador to Denmark, Ms Zindziswa “Zindzi” Mandela.

She lived a life of great resilience, just like her mother and father, the late Ms Winnie Madikizela-Mandela and former President Nelson Mandela. We send our most sincere condolences to her family, friends and colleagues, and to South Africa at large.

We are indeed going through a difficult period as a country and the world. It is moments like this that remind us of the need to be united in the spirit of working together and healing together, so that we may overcome difficulties together.

May her soul Rest In Peace.

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Media enquiries:
Ms Moagisi Sibanda
Director: Communications
South African Council of Churches
Email: communications@sacc.org.za  
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About SACC
The South African Council of Churches (SACC) is an ecumenical association of affiliated Christian Churches, and blocks of churches such as The Evangelical Alliance and the Council of African Independent Churches, with a mandate to lead common Christian action that works for moral witness in South Africa. SACC does not exist for the propagation and the advancement of its doctrinal position, but is the place where our diverse interpretations of our faith come together in action for social justice. It therefore seeks to achieve a visible, just socio-economic and ecological impact, enabled through engaged churches-in-community for a reconciled South Africa and our sub-continent.

Published by St. Columba's Presbyterian Church Hatfield

St Columba's Presbyterian Church in Hatfield, Pretoria, South Africa is a Christian Church. Our vision is to be a Christ-centred, bible-believing church that calls all to come and experience the love of Christ, in a welcoming and caring body of believers.

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