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Issues of Faith brings you Remember Khotso House

Date: Nov 20, 2018

Titled “REMEMBER KHOTSO HOUSE – ALUTA CONTINUA”, this two part special documentary reflects on the life’s journey of the South African Council of Churches in its fight against apartheid through the 1980s and 1990s.

Together with Civil Society Organisations such as the United democratic Front [UDF] - with a call for the SACC and Civil Society to once again become the moral and prophetic voice speaking truth to those in power and holding political leadership accountable to the citizens who vote them into office.

“Khotso House” stands as an iconic symbol and reminder of the struggle against the oppression and injustice of the past and the hope of liberation and a better life for all in the future.

The  documentary features events that took place on Thursday 27th November 2014, when South African church leaders representing the core of the ecumenical movement came together at Marshall Street’s Khotso House in Johannesburg under the banner, “SACC Vital Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow”. The occasion officially marks the re-launch of the South African Council of Churches [SACC].

Delivering the keynote address, Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu made the call for the South African Council of Churches to stand as a prophetic voice that will speak truth to those in power and hold political leadership accountable to the citizens who vote them into office.

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