Southern Africa’s Biggest Church Calls Members to Headquarters to Discuss Covid-19 Ahead of Easter

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Following a brief presser by the president this Sunday, Mr Ramaphosa has made a call to the general public to be responsible and help fight the pandemic covid-19.

After calling for schools to closed from Wednesday, he also called for people not to gather in groups of more than 100.

It is said the Southern African biggest church Zion Christian Church (ZCC) has sent out summons to some of its district leaders and health proffessionals to come for a meeting on Saturday to discuss the matter at hand.

“We notify you that you are being asked at Moria on the date above [21 March], we ask that you bring your children who work in the health sector as doctors, professional nurses and emergency medical services to form part of the District Property Task Team,” the circular reads.

We have learnt that the church had a meeting with the premier in the province Stan Mathabatha to discuss ways around the matter and how to best be more cautious.

It was said that provincial leadership is set to distribute 1 million pamphlets about the virus.

Limpopo health MEC has said to another media house that the church has asked for more time to discuss the way forward much broader internally.

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