Tag: South Africans

Just In: Lagos Government To Arraign TB Joshua And 2 Engineers Over Building Collapse That Killed 116

Press Releases The trustees of ?Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) will on Monday (November 30, 2015) be arraigned before a Lagos State High Court in Ikeja over the collapse of a six-story building in the church on September 12, 2014, which led to the death of 116 persons. Senior[Read More…]

Jason Derulo Slammed After Asking South Africans If They Can Speak English, READ The Reactions

American singer, Jason Derulo comes under fire from from South Africans after he made a remark at the South African Of The Year (SATY) Awards on the night of Saturday, October 17, 2015. The 26-year-old who was the main act at the awards ceremony angered South Africans after he asked guests[Read More…]

SCOAN: TB Joshua May Be Sued By Victims’ Family

Two South Africans who have told the BBC that they will sue Prophet TB Joshua the General Overseer of the Synagogue Church for All Nations. The South Africans lost members of their family during the collapse of a building in the church premises in Lagos. “I understand that some families[Read More…]

Rage At Nigerians As 115 South Africans Confirmed Killed At The Synagogue Church Building Collapse – Officials

The death toll from the collapse of a church guesthouse in Lagos has risen to 115, South African government minister Jeff Radebe said on Monday, urging the heavily criticised Nigerian government to investigate the “tragedy”. The Sept 12. disaster in the church compound of popular preacher T.B. Joshua, which Radebe[Read More…]

TB Joshua Encourages Members To Keep The Faith; Says God Visits Men With Hard Times So They Learn

by Oluwatosin Fatoyinbo Popular and controversial preacher , Prophet Temitope Joshua of the Synagogue Church of all Nations, has admitted that he is facing a hard time following the collapse of a church building that killed many persons including foreigners who regularly visit the church . A message on SCOAN[Read More…]

“We All Have A Good Story To Tell” South Africans Celebrate 20 Years Since Apartheid

PRETORIA(AFP) – President Jacob Zuma led celebrations Sunday on the 20th anniversary of post-apartheid democracy in South Africa, insisting it is closer to its dream of a multi-racial nation despite stubborn inequality, poverty and corruption. “Our country has done well,” Zuma said at a ceremony held two decades after the[Read More…]