SUSPENSION OF SERVICE

For the past year, INcontext has been providing a weekly radio script written specifically for broadcast (five news items – one local, four international – with a Christian perspective and prayer points). After much deliberation and analysis of usage relative to staff capacity, it has been decided that this service will be suspended until further notice. Radio stations and other media organisations are welcome to make use of other resources on this website, as well as to contact the team for phone interviews and comments on news from a Christian perspective.

We thank you for your understanding until such time that this resource can be developed further again.

In the news of the previous week,

ending 5 September 2019:

Nuusgebeure van die vorige week,

5 September 2019:

  • SOUTH AFRICA – Wave of looting and violence in Johannesburg believed to be xenophobic
  • COLOMBIA – Colombian rebel leader issues new call to arms three years after peace deal
  • GREECE – Greece sees first mass arrival of migrant boats in three years
  • MYANMAR – Baptist minister in Myanmar faces lawsuit for speaking against military
  • INDIA – Millions in Assam state in India fear deportation or detention
  • SUID-AFRIKA – Golf van plundery en geweld in Johannesburg glo xenofobie
  • COLOMBIA – Colombiaanse rebelleleier doen ’n beroep om weer wapens op te neem, drie jaar na vredesooreenkoms
  • GRIEKELAND – Eerste massa-aankoms van migrante-bote in Griekeland in drie jaar
  • MIANMAR – Baptiste predikant in Mianmar staar regsgeding in gesig vir uitspraak teen weermag
  • INDIË – Miljoene in die deelstaat Assam in Indië vrees deportasie of aanhouding