Human Rights Day: Past, Present, Future - Facebook Live & In-person Audience Event

Mon Mar 22, 19:30 - Mon Mar 22, 21:00


Sharpeville, 21 March 1960. 69 dead. 180 injured. The history of our country is one of repeated and systematic human rights abuses. In this seminar, Moss Nthla in conversation with Ryan Saville explores our history of human rights violations, as well as the presence and witness of the church during apartheid. They will further discuss the question as to where are we currently in the struggle for dignity and rights for all? How does a vision for the local church help us build a future of justice and equality for all people? How does the gospel shape our vision for human rights in South Africa?

Moss Ntlha in conversation with Ryan Saville.

Moss Nthla was profoundly influenced by his experience of the dark days of apartheid and his role in the struggle against it. He is now the General Secretary of the Evangelical Alliance of South Africa (TEASA) and the pastor of a church in Mohlakeng, near Johannesburg. He is the author of Coming Out of The Shadows of African Traditional Religion and he remains committed to working with others to see transformation in self, people, communities and nations.

Time: 7.30PM

1. RSVP on the Facebook Live Event here:


2. Book your place in the Live Audience using this Quicket link - JHB based only

Location: God1st Fourways, 18 Sunset Avenue, Pineslopes, Johannesburg

COVID-19 protocol will be adhered to

Booking for Live Audience closes 3pm on 22 March

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Refund policy No refunds


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