TEASA: GUIDELINES FOR THE OPENING OF CHURCHES

TEASA: GUIDELINES FOR THE OPENING OF CHURCHES   Do churches have obligations? It must be noted that all social gatherings are prohibited under level 3, except for places of worship with 50 people or less ...
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Vaccines Trials and Drug Development

Ms Shoni Mulibane Following a lot of backlash regarding the “testing” of vaccines in Africa, we thought we should get a better understanding of the processes involved in these testing and how vaccines and medicines ...
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The Church’s approach to the hunger during COVID19

Mr Mpho Putu The world is living through unprecedented times. The coronavirus (COVID19) is causing anxiety, uncertainty, and disruption. As is often the case, people living in hunger and poverty are likely to suffer the ...
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TEASA on the Reopening of Churches.

28 May 2020 The Right to Worship Earlier this week, on the 26th May, the President made an announcement to reopen places of worship from the 1st June 2020, following two months of level 4 ...
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TEASA COVID-19 Response

TEASA COVID-19 Response The Goal: To contribute positively, from the vintage point of our faith, to the national effort to fight the spread and impact of the COVID 19 pandemic, as well as mitigate its ...
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TEASA and Covid-19: Self-care and mental wellbeing

TEASA and Covid-19: Self-care and mental wellbeing TEASA and Covid-19: Self-care and mental wellbeing People prefer always to be with other people, so it can be really hard on them to be forced by law ...
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Enhancing Ministry Using Technology

6 April 2020 Covid-19 virus can linger in the air for up to 3 hours. Large church group meeting, singing, up close preaching in congregants and other close up meeting are high risk. Physical distancing ...
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TEASA on National lockdown

24 March 2020 In an effort to limit and slowdown the transmission of Covid-19, yesterday, government announced a 21 day national lockdown. South Africans are instructed to stay at home Top of Form from Thursday, 26 ...
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TEASA on COVID-19

The first confirmed South African case of COVID-19, also commonly known as the Coronavirus was reported on Thursday, 5 March 2020. On Sunday, 15 March 2020, President Ramaphosa declared a national state of disaster in ...
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COVID-19 RESOURCES

  1.  COVID-19-Tearfund-Faith-response-to-Covid-19-lessons-from-Ebola-response Download
  2.  COVID-19-Tearfund-MHPSS-Guidance-On-MentalHealth-and-Psychosocial-SupportDownload
  3.  COVID-19 Tearfund Gender and Protection GuidanceDownload
  4. Covid-19 Cogta Gazette standards for Religious gatherings