CHURCH AND STATE
|Signposts to expulsion|
|South African Church leaders confront the Sstate||
On Monday 29 February 1988, 125 clergy assembled at Cape Town's Anglican Cathedral and after a brief service set out on the short walk to Parliament to present a petition of protest.
|Standing for the truth: proposed model||
Policy document of the national, regional and local church campaign committee. It discusses functions to plan, cordinate, promote, training programmes and co-option of new members.
|Standing for the truth: the mission of the Church||
Policy document issued by Standing for the Truth Committe about Christians and the defiance campaign against apartheid.
|Statement by Church Leaders on the October Municipal elections, June 29 1998|
|Statement by the Archbishop of Cape Town, the Most Rev Bill Burnett||
Journal article containing a statement by the Archbishop of Cape Town, regarding the Church of the Province Synod's resolution that if members of the Security Force hold office in their Church they are expected to consider their witness before God.
|Statement by the General Secretary of South African Council of Churches, Desmond Tutu||
Statement by the General Secretary of South African Council of Churches, Desmond Tutu, of October 21, 1980, in response to the warning by the Minister of Police, Mr Le Grange, about certain action of Churches.
|Statement issued by the Praesidium of the South African Council of Churches on Security Branch raid on Diakonia House on November 26th, 1976||
Statement issued by the South African Council of Churches (SACC) regarding Security Forces raid on their offices in Diakonia House. Included is also a statement on the banning of Trade Unionist
|Statement issued by the S A Council of Churches in reply to the Baptist Union||
Statement issued by S A Council of Churches (SACC) expressing conern about the withdrawal of the Baptist Union from the Council on the issue of the claim on monopoly of non-violence. The Council has reacted to the statement on the basis that this implies that SACC is in favour of violence.
|Statement issued by the South African Council of Churches in reply to remarks made in Parliament by Mr. Jimmy Kruger, Minister of Justice, on the||
Statement issued by the South African Council of Churches (SACC) regarding remarks made by Minister Kruger to Parliament about the aid given by SACC to victims of unrest.
|Statement issued by the Synodical Committee of the Reformed Church in Africa||
Journal article containing a statement by the Synodical Committee of the Reformed Church in Africa, about unrest in the country
|Statement of General Secretary of South African Council of Churches, Bishop Desmond Tutu, October 11, 1979||
The statement of the General Secretary of the South African Council Of Churches made on October 11, 1979 regarding the serious allegations against SACC made by Louis le Grange, Minister of Police and Prisons.
|Statement of the administrative board of Bishops of the Southern African Catholic Bishops Conference||
Statement from the Southern African Catholic Bishops Conference in response to many requests for clarification about the Catholic Church's attitude to the Republic Day festivites.
|Statement of the church leaders regarding detentions, the hunger strike and the State of Emergency||
Statement issued by Church leaders regarding their concern about the substantial number of people still in detention and others who have been released but still under heavy restrictions.
|Statement of the South African Council of Churches||
Journal article containing a statement by various church bodies including the South African Council of Churches, the Christian Institute, IDAMASA, the World Council of Churches, ALCA and several foreign churches in reaction to the unrest in Soweto. Note that this document is not very legible.
|Statement on detentions by General Secretariate of the SA Catholic Bishops' Conference||
Report issued by the General Secretariate of the SA Catholic Bishops about the detention of two Catholic priests, Smangaliso Mkhatshwa and Clement Okoka.
|Statement on the Internal Security Bill||
Statement issued by the South African Council of Churches (SACC) expressing discontent about the Internal Security Bill, formerly known as Promotion of State Security Bill. Includes a statement about the Prevention of Illegal Squatting Bill
|Stendahl Mission: A Lesson for the Churches|
|Straight talk ... The spectre of Ethiopianism|
|Straighten up your shoulders!||
Speech to marchers gathered in St George's Cathedral in Cape Town, September 2, 1989, where about 170 women protested against death sentences and detention.