Botswana ZCC rejects Moria

ZCC worshipers' song and dance moment
ZCC worshipers' song and dance moment

Some members of the Zion Christian Church (ZCC) in Botswana are at odds with the church leaders including Bishop Barnabas Lekganyane for what they call violation of the church constitution and victimisation of members.

The 17 members, led by Tshiamo Tladi, mostly from the Tlokweng branch yesterday appeared before Justice Godfrey Nthomiwa of Lobatse High Court on urgency to interdict disciplinary proceedings that were instituted against them. Misconduct was among the charges.

The members, who are part of the praise and worship team ‘Mokhukhu’, are faced with disciplinary hearing that was to take place tomorrow (Saturday) at the church’s head office in Moria, South Africa, following numerous complaints they made, as well as instituting legal proceedings against their leaders.

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