SACC


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SACC

abbreviation for
(Christian Churches, other) South African Council of Churches
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His career with the SACC began in 1988, and spans more than three decades.
Through advocacy, care and empowerment, the SACC works for moral reconstruction in South Africa.
SACC said it expects the contract's positive impact to reflect in its Q4 2019 results, adding that the deal would "boost business sustainability by increasing the cash flow and enhancing the relationship with Saudia".
SACC, for its part, called on the government to instead ensure 'adequate, proper, and strengthened' implementation of JJWA.
Then in 1968 it was renamed the South African Council of Churches (SACC), and later that year it suddenly gained national notoriety and international prominence with the publication of the Message.
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EPA is also required under the law to convene the SACC periodically but not less frequently than once every two years.
One current controlling paradigm of American constitutional theory is that in order to function properly, the Supreme Court must have enduring public support.' Working within this paradigm, Theunis Roux in his new book offers an account of the South African Constitutional Court's (hereinafter: SACC) adjudication in the first decade of its existence.
From 1976 to 1988, he played a vital role in the struggle against apartheid as the director of the department 'Justice and Reconciliation' of the South African Council of Churches (SACC).