Welcome to the United African Apostolic Church, South Africa
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Welcome to the website of the United African Apostolic Church. Our slogan is "Lwanzhe lwa shango" which means "Sea of the world". Please take the opportunity to browse through our menus on the left. We know you will enjoy the experience. May the Lord bless you and remember, Jesus loves you and so do we.
We are the the second largest African initiated Church in South Africa, with our headquarters in Ha-Mavhunga, a village in the Nzhelele Valley, Limpopo Province.
Our Arch-Bishop EMM Mureri
2014 National Youth Conference as it happened
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Under the Conference Theme “What did you do”, approximately 3500 youths participated in the annual National Youth Conference held at Bochum on 27-29 June 2014. Delegates travelled from Limpopo, Mpumalanga, North West, Free State and Gauteng Provinces.
The conference was graced by the presence of the honorable Arch-Bishop EMM Mureri, Bishop Kwinda-Nehelula, Bishop S Dube, Superintendent MB Muzila, Senior Superintendent L Nemulalate, NCC Chairperson Rev N.S. Nelufhangani, Spokesperson, Rev MR Nenzhelele and the Protocol Team led by Rev Magoro. There were also dignitaries such as Chief Malebogo, Mr Matume Bopape from LCJ Consumer Matrix and Mr David Mureri, Managing Director of Reris Insurance Brokers.
Congratulations Diepkloof Choir; 2014 National Church Choir Competition Champions
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Having won back to back titles, Diepkloof Church Choir delineated that hard work really pays off. The defending champions were competing against twelve Choirs, including Tshilidzi who won the 2014 Gauteng Provincial Choir Competition in February and Tshamutilikwa who won the Limpopo version in April 2014.Photo courtesy of Mr. L Ramalisa