RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
LevelFile
Alt Ref NoRuncie/ACP/1988/29
Extent1 file
TitleSouth Africa: general situation
Date1988
DescriptionIncludes copy of a statement signed by Desmond Tutu, Archbishop of Cape Town of the Province of Southern Africa, and 23 other church leaders, sent to the Parliament of South Africa, protesting against the suppression of various bodies and individuals campaigning against apartheid and various other papers relating to actions by church leaders against apartheid; letter from Colin Eglin, Leader of the Progressive Federal Party of South Africa, to Roger Symon, Archbishop's Acting Assistant for Anglican Communion Affairs, on their meeting in London; arrangements for a representative of Archbishop Runcie to attend a World Council of Churches meeting on South Africa in Harare, Zimbabwe; report from Stanley Booth-Clibborn, Bishop of Manchester, following his attendance at an emergency meeting in Geneva, Switzerland, organised by the South African Council of Churches; correspondence on the treason trial of Geoff Moselane, a priest in the diocese of Johannesburg, with 21 others (known as the Delmas trial); correspondence and statements on an explosion at Khotoso House, Johannesberg, headquarters of the South African Council of Churches.

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