Resurrected man ‘arrested’, exposed by former employer

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Speaking during a press briefing on Tuesday, Thoko Xaluva-Mkhwanazi, the chairperson of the cultural and religious watchdog CRL Commission, briefly addressed the resurrection scandal.

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Mkhwanazi-Xaluva “we think it’s problematic that people are said to be dead or half dead and then brought back to life”

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She explained that they would be instituting a Section 7 investigation into the matter before explaining why the CRL Commission chose to go this route.

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Mkhwanazi-Xaluva says they have not been in touch with the church as yet until they issue a summons. “We want any conversation to be done under oath.” That’s why there is a section 7 investigation being instituted

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Chairperson Thoko Mkhwanazi-Xaluva is giving a media briefing on CRL’s consultative conference. Also on the agenda is the Commissions investigation into the which took place at the Alleluia International Ministries. [KS]

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Mkhwanazi-Xaluva says the commission says they’ve been asked to monitor the media which cover church services as well.

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