ZCC


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ZCC

(in South Africa) abbreviation for
(Christian Churches, other) Zion Christian Church
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8226; ZCC Management Director provides a robust and easy-to-use command and monitoring interface for the zVT.
Unlike the ZCC Eucharist, which became the flash point for missionary outreach, the AAEC tree-planting Eucharist in itself became the witnessing event, the proclamation of good news unto all creation.
Significantly, Mosupyoe locates women's empowerment within the spaces of negotiation that she identifies between state agenda of institutional and social reforms, and the reinforcement of patriarchal structures by religious institutions like the ZCC.
Examples of the inscriptions which are ZCC related are Famba Zion (Forward Zion) the most famous of their mottos/slogans, Ndire ndire, the most popular of their songs which is so uplifting it is also used by non-ZCC members as a ringing tone, Defe their sacred place in Gokwe which they pay a pilgrim to annually, Mupumangozi (the exorciser), Samuel Mutendi, the founder of the church in Zimbabwe's 'spiritual rod', July 20, the date on which Samuel died and pictures of Samuel Mutendi in his Chiedza Buses owned by a ZCC church elder.
Following Vygotsky's concept of Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD), defined as the variance between what a person can do with the expertise of the knowledgeable other and what s/he can do without the supervision of that person, the ZCC (See Figure 1) is described as an area where all the participants--parents, students and teachers--could assist each other to reach higher levels of cultural and linguistic awareness.
He became involved in the ZCC (Zimbabwe Christian Council), an ecumenical human rights organization, writing many documents for them.
The consolidated financial statements include the results of Weil Brothers & Stern and subsidiaries Anglo Tajik Trading and ZCC Cotton.
In November 2002, the ZCC was awarded the Max Geilinger Prize, named for a Swiss author who was married to an Englishwoman.
Unlike the Stop The Tour campaign, the ZCC are happy for the tour to go ahead, Washington Ali said.
Shetland councillor Bill Manson has told the rolling inquiry that the ZCC Act, which governs development of fishing in the islands, predated the emergence of fish farming and needed to be adapted to deal with the industry.
Hallencreutz, "A Council in Crossfire: ZCC 1964-1980," in Church and State in Zimbabwe, eds.
Moreover, because at least some of the member churches of the ZCC contain people sympathetic to these "new" churches, the ZCC had found it impossible to stand out against the wishes of the EFZ.