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Chairman 36 times running

South African Sunday School Association (Sanssa) during its recent Witbank Branch Annual General Meeting at the Methodist Church voted Sam Nape to steer this 36-year-old para-church  charged with Children's Ministry in all its local churches with diverse doctrinal diversions.

Last  Sunday, during his inaugural speech, Nape emphasized that the organization has not been measured by its tangible achievements but by the social challenges afflicting this community in the name of nation building and societal moral upliftment.

One of the destructive social ills being drug abuse corroding the future generation among our vulnarable youth. A concerted effort by the broader church is imperative and more needed than in the past for a holistic regenaration of the society.
In the last five years 476 different denominations with a total audience of more than 54 000 were addressed and motivated on Biblical and topical holistic issues including the training of Sunday School teachers and Youth Leadership running to the country’s goverment structures as future political leaders in this generation.

A nation without a vision will perish (Prov. 29:18) and the eMalahleni fraternal remains opening its doors to Sanssa.
The newly elected interdenominational executive for the next three years is lead by Sam Nape (Chairman), Lucky Mnisi (Vice Chairman), Thulani Sibiya (treasurer), Nancy Thugwane (secretary) and Randzu Siwela (programmer).

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