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      VIDEO SOURCE: News 24

      South African chief justice Mogoeng Mogoeng yesterday pleaded "from the depth of my heart" for  "those who know just how powerful prayer can be" to pray for SA's protection and blessing at this time when the nation is exposed to coronavirus infection.

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    • 00:00:41

      Reini Coetzee is on the road again with his wooden cross, sharing the good news of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and inviting men to attend the Mighty Men Eastern Cape Conference at Jeffreys Bay from Friday March 13 to Sunday March 15.

      For the third consecutive year the ardent evangelist is wheeling his cross about 380 km to the mass men’s event — a gruelling journey with some stiff climbs that will require him to walk about 40km a day over the nine days he has allocated to reach his destination.

      Reini, who has been called by the Lord to take the Gospel of Christ to the lost and hopeless, also undertook an epic cross walk to Namibia last year.

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    • 00:00:43
      'I Still Believe' releases in SA
      266 Views . 05 Mar 2020

      True-life Christian love story, I Still Believe which tells the story of award-winning Christian singer Jeremy Camp and his first marriage to Melissa Lynn Henning-Camp who died in 2001, less than a year after they were wed, launches in South Africa on Friday March 20.

      Country singer Shania Twain plays the role of Camp’s mother opposite actor Gary Sinise who portrays Camp’s father. Actress Britt Robertson portrays Camp’s late wife, Melissa. The role of Camp is performed by New Zealander KJ Apa, who’s best known for his role in the hit TV series Riverdale.

      I Still Believe is named after Camp’s popular song of the same name.

      The trailer highlights Camp’s journey to finding love, fame and his enduring faith in the midst of an unexpected tragedy.

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    • 00:06:38

      New minerals find, godly marketplace leaders in Heaven's plans for SA

      [Video by Kingdom Come SA media team]

      The discovery of a major mineral deposit that “could solve the whole problem of the economy” and the emergence of Christian marketplace leaders who solve problems in different areas of society, feature in God’s plans to make South Africa an influential benefactor, said prophetic pioneer, author and TV host Shawn Bolz at the weekend.

      He was speaking to a crowd of several thousand Christians from SA and Southern Africa at the Kingdom Come SA Conference 2020 (KCSA2020) at Christian Family Church International in Kempton Park, Johannesburg.

      “God wants to make South Africa a benefactor,” he said. “I believe He has already hidden the wealth in the land. There is a mineral deposit here that could solve the whole problem of the economy and it’s not even fully discovered yet. There’s going to be a signpost soon — I don’t know if it’s this year or next year — there’s going to be a signpost because there’s going to be some archaeological digs that hint at what’s buried deeper as far as minerals.”

      He said there will be a prominent newspaper report of archaeological findings that are going to hint at the mineral treasure buried deeper,” he said.

      In his upbeat word for SA’s economic future, released just days before today’s announcement by Statistics SA that the country has slipped into a technical recession after its gross domestic product contracted by 1.4% in the fourth quarter of last year, Bolz said: “I believe the Lord isn’t looking at South Africa, worrying, ‘Oh my gosh they are having problems I can’t solve’.

      “But He is looking for a people who will look at the nation through His eyes and see that the solutions are already there and it’s time to broker them.”

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