ANC chaplain booted from celebrations after offensive remarks about women

ANC chaplain booted from celebrations after offensive remarks about women

The ANC Chaplain General has been booted from the ANC's January 8th statement in Durban following being exposed making offensive remarks about women in clergy

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Reverend Vukile Mehana, the ANC Chaplain General, has apologised for offensive comments he had made about women clergy.

Derogatory remarks Mehana had made in a private conversation that has now been leaked.

To be specific he apologised to Reverend Nompithizelo Sibidla who he had mentioned in the conversation.

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The Reverend has received severe backlash from the scandal, after being dropped from the ANC’s January 8th statement in KZN, where he had been scheduled to officiate.

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Added to this, the South African Council of Churches has encouraged the Gender Commision to investigate the Reverend’s comments.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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