18-Nov-2020 to 11:03

S/Africa: Fugitive preacher, wife hand themselves to Malawi police

APA-Pretoria (South Africa) — Malawi-born evangelists Shepherd and Mary Bushiri of the Enlightened Christian Congregation (ECG) church have handed themselves to Malawi police following Interpol’s all-points bulletin issued to apprehend them on behalf of the South African law authorities.

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16-Nov-2020 to 12:45

S/Africa seeking Bushiri’s extradition from Malawi - Official

APA-Pretoria (South Africa) — The South African government on Monday said it would contact the Malawian authorities to bring back the fugitive leaders of the Enlightened Christian Gathering Church, Shepherd and Mary Bushiri, from their home country where they fled to last week.

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15-Nov-2020 to 05:34

Bushiri, wife flee S/Africa, claim lives in danger

APA-Pretoria (South Africa) — Malawi-born leaders of the Enlightened Christian Gathering Church, Shepherd and Mary Bushiri, have fled South Africa for Malawi, claiming that their lives were in danger.

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11-Nov-2020 to 13:30

S/African judge denies bail to Nigerian pastor

APA-Port Elizabeth (South Africa) — Nigerian pastor Timothy Omotoso, who is facing 90 sex-related charges that include rape and sexual assault, racketeering, and human trafficking was on Wednesday denied bail for the third time since his arrest in 2017.

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07-Nov-2020 to 10:00

Charlie Hebdo debacle: Africa distances itself from France

APA - Dakar (Senegal) — Republishing caricatures of the Prophet of Islam in the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo has sparked outrage in Africa.

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07-Nov-2020 to 09:17

Macron on Islam: “How can I keep quiet”

APA-Nouakchott (Mauritania) — Mauritanian scholar and Muslim cleric, Mohamed, El Moktar Ould Bah reacts to recent statements by French President Emmanuel Macron on Islam and cartoons purportedly showing Prophet Mohammed.

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07-Nov-2020 to 09:16

“One cannot desire peace and stir up what causes war”

APA - Dakar (Senegal) — In this article Maurice Soudieck Dione, research professor at Gaston Berger University (UGB) in Saint-Louis, Senegal, writes that caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed which French President Emmanuel Macron continues to defend are simply “unacceptable.”

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