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The Reporter – Autumn 2018

The Reporter – Autumn 2018

  That’s a pretty sharp description of The Salvation Army Montpelier Corps (church) in Durban − a hive of non-stop activity, helping an unceasing flood of humanity desperately in need of care and assistance. At 6:45a.m. it’s as if a hot, wet blanket’s been wrapped around you, it’s already that hot and humid in Durban… Continue Reading

Greet Easter at sunrise service

Greet Easter at sunrise service

FRIDAY 16 MARCH 2018 I For immediate release The Salvation Army will this year once again host Cape Town’s interdenominational Easter sunrise service at Rhodes Memorial, continuing a tradition that began in the 1940s. The service, which is attended by up to one thousand people, will start at 06h15 with preliminary music on Sunday 1st… Continue Reading

Social grant increase will not shield the poor says Salvation Army

Social grant increase will not shield the poor says Salvation Army

THURSDAY 22 FEBRUARY 2018 I For immediate release The Salvation Army has welcomed the higher than inflation increase in social grants announced in yesterday’s budget. However, the Church fears that this good news will be offset by the increase in VAT from 14% to 15%. Responding to the budget speech, the Territorial Commander of The… Continue Reading

Salvation Army joins chorus of concern over welfare grants

Salvation Army joins chorus of concern over welfare grants

THURSDAY 26 OCTOBER 2017 I For immediate release The Salvation Army has joined the growing chorus of concern about the ability of the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) to avoid another grant payment crisis next year. The organisation has expressed its disquiet over numerous aspects of the process that have been made public so… Continue Reading

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