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Topic: South Africa

When the crowd at Mandela’s memorial service booed Jacob Zuma an important line was crossed

Will the public barracking of the South African president mark the beginning of the end for the politics of wishful thinking in Africa?

Catholics around the world mourn Nelson Mandela

Catholics supported former South African president’s struggle against apartheid

The South African communities celebrating ‘one faith and one family’

The wonderful work being done by Small Christian Communities is helping sustain faith, life and energy in parishes across Africa

Road tolls are immoral, say South African bishops

Statement reveals opposition to government plans

Students serve poor in Zululand

Catholic students from West Yorkshire mentor youngsters in deprived region of South Africa

Cardinal: Sudan vote fulfils a ‘long-awaited dream’

Cardinal Napier says euphoria of Sudan referendum reminds him of the end of apartheid in South Africa

Teachers raise £8,000

Catholic teachers in Cheshire raise money for families living in the townships of South Africa

Oratorian calls for protests over his removal to end

Brother Lewis Berry, who is being moved to South Africa, asks ‘fervently’ for attacks on his superiors to end

‘The people knew he loved them’

Ed West meets the priest continuing the work of Archbishop Denis Hurley by helping the poor of South Africa

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