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When fiery Methodist evangelist William Booth decided in 1865 that he could no longer preach the Christian Gospel to the poor and wretched of England unless he also put food into their stomachs, he probably did not imagine that the movement he started would grow into a worldwide organisation. Today, nearly 150 years later, The Salvation Army is trusted and recognised throughout the globe, providing a unique blend of evangelism and service to people in more than 120 countries through 175 languages. Our worldwide evangelical Christian church has its own distinctive governance and practice following the mainstream of the Christian faith, with articles of faith that emphasise God’s saving purposes. Booth’s simply philosophy of “Heart to God, hand to man” remains as vital and relevant in our society today as it was all those years ago, and continues to guide the work of our organisation. Our special concern for the poor, the neglected and the marginalised, and our determination to uphold social justice is motivated by our love of God.

Through this website, we invite you to read about and share in our faith and witness, as well as our outreach in Southern Africa. If at any stage you are moved to contribute to our ministry, please click on the “Make a Difference” button on the right hand side of each page to do so. Alternatively, you can donate R30 by sending an SMS to 42290. Your contribution to God’s work through The Salvation Army is deeply appreciated!


Easter 2013 Celebrations

Join us for our Easter Celebrations in Cape Town with Special Guests Commissioners William & Thalitha Langa. To find out all the information on this event, click the "Read more" link.

The Salvation Army warns about bogus operator

Major Carin Holmes, Territorial Public Relations Secretary of The Salvation Army, has warned the public to be on the lookout for a bogus representative of the organisation currently operating in the Krugersdorp / Roodepoort area.

New session of cadets "Disciples of the Cross" welcome events

To find out all the information on this event, click the "Read more" link.

Proclaimers of the Resurrection - Commissioning and Ordination

To find out all the information on this event, click the "Read more" link.

Commissioning accommodation available

Accomodation will be available for the Commissioning and Ordination of the "Proclaimers of the Resurrection" session in Thoyoyandou from 7 - 9 December 2012. Read further for more information.


Press Releases

Salvation Army welcomes focus on human trafficking

Friday, 27th February 2015  I  For immediate release

The Salvation Army has welcomed this year's focus on World Day of Social Justice on ending human trafficking and forced labour, and has urged South Africans to make a renewed effort to bring to light instances of people, particularly women and children, being held against their will in acts of trafficking.

Salvation Army joins the fight against Ebola

Thursday, 18th September 2014  I  For immediate release

The Salvation Army has joined the fight against the deadly Ebola disease through a number of initiatives in Liberia, West Africa.

Salvation Army to again be at Sexpo

Wednesday, 17th September 2014  I  For immediate release

Following the interest in raising awareness of human trafficking at last year's Sexuality and Adult Lifestyle Exhibition (Sexpo), The Salvation Army is once again to take a stand at the 2014 event, starting in Midrand on 25 September.

Expected cold front heralds need for blankets, hot food

Wednesday, 4th June 2014  I  For immediate release

With this winter's first countrywide cold front expected to sweep across South Africa this week, The Salvation Army has appealed to the public to help provide blankets and food for people in need.

Salvation Army outraged by enslavement of Nigerian girls

Monday, 12th May 2014  I  For immediate release

The Salvation Army in South Africa is outraged at the enslavement of more than 200 girls in Nigeria in mid-April, and calls on the South African government to do everything possible to bring them back home to their families.