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SA Bishops beg for environment of tolerance and acceptance without fear of violence ahead of general election

Ahead of South Africa’s general election the Catholic bishops of Southern Africa have written a pastoral letter “to the Catholic Community and all People of Goodwill.”

Fake news is not new says Pope Francis

In his message for World Day of Social Communications, Pope Francis has asked journalists, and all people of goodwill, to reflect on the spreading of disinformation or fake news. He has told journalists that theirs is not a job but a mission. The Holy Father said that journalism should not be concerned about breaking news but, rather, promoting alternatives, understanding and peace. The pope also said that the first fake news can be found in the scriptures.

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