- The South African National Civic Organisation plans to continue demonstrating against Shepherd Bushiri and his Enlightened Christian Gathering
- Sanco halted its protests that started last week but will continue in the weeks to come
- This comes after 3 women died during a stampede at the church
Sanco (South African National Civic Organisation) plan to continue going after Prophet Bushiri and his church.
Sanco has halted its protests outside Bushiri's Enlightened Christian Gathering church in Pretoria, but are not done with the church or Bushiri.
Tomorrow, (on Wednesday) we are meeting the Mayor's office, on Thursday we will be meeting the (national police) commissioner with our national structure of Sanco. We also have correspondence from Malawian churches who want to meet with us. It's going to be a busy Tshwane
Briefly.co.za gathered that 3 activists were arrested for public violence during the protests, but were released on the 8th of January on R500 bail each.
Abram Mashish of Sanco expressed unhappiness with how the police handled the protestors.
Somewhere next week all the people of Tshwane will be mobilized to demonstrate our dissatisfaction and the way the police have handled our people.
This comes after Sanco decided to protest outside Bushiri's church after the death of 3 women during a stampede at the church.
The SAPS has laid a charge of defeating the ends of justice against Prophet Bushiri's church after the church failed to report the three deaths that happened on its premises.
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