Facts of Faith

SAFM  |  Podcast , ±51 min episodes every 1 week, 3 days  | 
Facts of Faith is a platform for religious and faith communities to have a say in social, political, cultural, sexual and general issues. Facts of Faith affords the country and the general SAfm audience's the benefit of hearing what faith communities have to say about the issues of the day. This show runs for an hour and is designed to be punchy and pacey focusing only facts. Facts of Faith is hosted by award winning Journalist Naye Lupondwana. Facts of Faith is scheduled to air every Sunday from 19h00-20h00

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Ahead Of Israel’s Plan To Annex Parts Of The Westbank There Have Been Many Oppositions To This

Ahead Of Israel’s Plan To Annex Parts Of The Westbank There Have Been Many Oppositions To This.
What Would A Just Resolution To The Challenges Faced Be For All Involced?

Guest : Proffessor Farid Essack – Proffessor in religion studies at the University of Johannesburg and a board member of Africa for Palestine

Guest : Yishai Fleisher – International spokesperson for the Jewish Community of Hebron, He is also a columnist for the Daily Wire, Jewish Press and JNS. He is a staunch defender of Jewish rights to Judea and Samaria.

Guest : Bishop Malusi Mpumlwana. Bishop Malusi Mpumlwana is General Secretary of South African Council of Churches

Does organized religion appeal to the youth today?

Guest : Reality Theophilus - Minister/Evangelist of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Guest: Yahuseph Bar Yaakov - Youth Hebrew Yisralite

Guest: Siphesihle Tshabalala - Author of ‘Searching My Africa’ and a theologian who insist on spiritual beliefs and practices that enhance the inherent African forms of spirituality


Guest : Easton Zinhumwe – Evangelist who is a Hebrew Israelite

Guest: Iraj Abedian – Member of the Bahai Faith and CEO of Pan-African Investments and Research Services

Guest: Pastor Gerald Mohlabe is a professional speaker on leadership, he is a business consultant, an entrepreneur and a senior pastor of Revival Rain Centre based in Brakpan, East of Johannesburg

Should religious houses be responsible financially for women/men of God), even during the pandemic?

Scripturally, who is responsible financially for men/women of God?
During the pandemic, many pastors / priests have said they have dedicated their lives to God and don’t have any other income, and rely on the house of the Lord through offerings and other means.
Should the congregants be responsible for the salaries of the men/women of God in this instance?
In the economic times we live in, should men of God be expected to have employment outside the work the do for the house of God?

Guests: Prophet Lucky Lebepe- Popularly known as MZANSIS Prophet is the founder and senior pastor of TLC, that is Teleos Life Church with headquarters offices in Mamelodi East Pretoria and branches accross South Africa.

Guest: Easton Zinhumwe - Evangelist who is a Hebrew Israelite

Guest:Pundit Ashwin Trikamjee - President of the Hindu Maha Sabha

Is religion really an essential service?

Religious gatherings are set to resume in the country under #Level3Lockdown. Ramaphosa said churches, mosques and synagogues may resume religious services as long as these were limited to 50 people.

Guest: Nkosi Mwelo Nonkonyane - Contralesa and Eastern Cape House of Traditional Leaders chair

Guest: Apostle Dr

Guest: Shaik Talib


What are the current dictates of how funerals should be conducted, according to religion?

The world has changed the way it buries, mourns and conducts funerals due to the covid-19 pandemic,

What impacts does this have on the future of how different religion conducts funerals?

Will this redefine funeral practices post the pandemic?

Guest : Pastor Joshua Maponga - Cultural Activist, Writer, fighter of spiritual colonialism.

Guest: Ashwin Trikamjee - President of the Hindu Maha Sabha

Guest : Dr Nokuzola Mndende - A practitioner and leader of African Indigenous Religion, author, diviner and former lecturer at the University of Cape Town.

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