IPHC is one of the biggest churches in Mzansi International Pentecostal Holiness Church.It was formed by its fonder Frederick Samuel Modise in 1962 who was a South African.He was born on the 14th March 1914 in Transvaal and died on the 21st of September 1998.After his death his son was choosen to lead the church, that's when they inaugurated Glayton Modise to be his successor.He was the only son of the late Frederick Modise.
IPHC is one of the greatest places of worship in Mzansi International Pentecostal Holiness Church.It was shaped by its fonder Frederick Samuel Modise in 1962 who was a South African.He was brought into the world on the fourteenth March 1914 in Transvaal and kicked the bucket on the 21st of September 1998.After his passing his child was choosen to lead the congregation, that is the point at which they initiated Glayton Modise to be his successor.He was the main child of the late Frederick Modise.
NewsFlashMedia studio.opera.com South African pastors, bishops and church leaders have been in the spotlight recently following a series of allegations that have been made on social media and tv programmes.Some are accused of running a cult in their churches while others are accused of rape, extorsion and abuse of female members in their churches.
The boiling pot full of sorrows and trouble has been brewing at the church following the death of its leader‚ Glayton Modise‚ in February 2016. This time around its tilting towards the IPCC 's Holly place Silo. The blood is shed and the beginning of the end just started for once the mighty church in the country. In the absence of anointed leaders, the sheep are scattered and vulnerable. It all started after the death of Reverend Glayton Modise. Reverend Glayton M. Modise was the last leader of the International
Gauteng police responded to a hostage situation this morning, Police in the early hours of this morning were alerted to a hostage situation and shooting at the International Pentecost Holiness Church in Zuurbekom. Since their arrival at the scene around 03h00, police have up to this point arrested about 30 suspects and seized more than 25 firearms. Further details were not given about the cause of the hostage drama. The attackers are believed to be members of a splinter group that emerged after the death of
The leader of faction of International Pentecostal Holiness Church, IPHC Michael Sandlana has faked the death of his own estranged wife.The wife find out that she is declared dead when her accounts were frozen.She has recently opened a case of fraud to when she found out that her husband reported her dead in order to declare himself as the executor and claim everything behind her wife.
A leadership battle between splinter groups in the International Pentecostal Holiness Church in Zuurbekom, west of Johannesburg is claimed to have led to this morning's hostage drama in which five people were killed. More than 40 people have been arrested. Several congregants of the church were found with guns during a search which was conducted by members of the South African National Defense Force and the police. The church has been entangled in a leadership battle for quiet some time now. Ntate Frederick
The disheartening incident of the massacre of people at the international Pentecostal Holiness Church in Zuurberkom is actually something that could have been prevented and lives would have been saved had the signs been attended to instead of being ignored. There has been a tug of war since the found of the church in 1998, he was succeeded by his son Glayton Modise who also died in February 2016, since then, there has been camps and divisions in that church with people fighting over power and control of the
An elderly Member of International Pentecost Holiness Church (IPHC) says he is supriced that the current leadership of the church have moved away from the basic principles of the church, which is to fight against evil and heal the broken spirits with the word. He said in our church "Re Fola Ka Lentswe La Moemedi" meaning we are healed by the word of our leader. Ever since the passing of Glayton Modise who was the only son of the founder Reverend Frederick Samuel Modise things have gone wrong in the church.
Clashes over the leadership of the church has resulted in several court battles. This follows the death of the church leader, Glayton Modise in the International Pentecostal Holiness Church (IPHC) . The church has over 3 million worshipers from South Africa and neighbouring countries. It is believed that the church hostage situation took place at the church headquarters in Zuurbekom in the early hours of this morning. The hostage drama is said to have left five people dead and 30 arrested. Police are said to
International Pentecostal holiness church (IPHC) fights continues. On Saturday morning, the SAPS and SANDF was alerted of the hostage at the church headquarters in Zuurbekom. Police has confirmed that five people were shot dead thus includes a security guard was also reportedly fatally shot in his car while apparently attending to the incident. Others were reported injured. Police has also confirmed that over 30 suspects were arrested and loaded fire arms were seized. Reports has indicated that about 200 people
A hostage scene unfolded at the International Pentecostal Holiness Church in Zuurbekom in Westonaria, Gauteng. Several church members were held hostage allegedly by a splinter group of the church. Five people were confirmed dead and over thirty were arrested after members of the SAPS Task Force managed to get inside and got hold of the situation confiscating dozens of guns. The church allegedly has three leaders Michael Sandlana who is leading from Jerusalem branch and two of Glayton Modise's sons Tshepiso Modise
The South African Police Service (SAPS) and the South African National Defense Force (SANDF) responded to reports about a possible hostage and shooting incident at the International Pentecostal Holiness Church (IPHC) a about 3am yesterday. It s alleged that a group f armed men stormed the church and started attacking the congregants, indicating they are taking over the church. At least four people were shot and burned to death in a car while a security officer was fatally shot attending to the incident bringing
On Saturday the 11th July the Police arrested around 40 people, some of those were members of SAPS, JMPD, SANDF and correctional services department. It is reported that the group arrived heavily armed in an convoy led by a BMW 3 series and two quantum minibuses in early hours of Saturday. They were denied access at one entry before forcing their way in at another at International Pentecostal Holiness Church (IPHC) headquarters in Zuurbekom, holding members hostage. SAPS National Commissioner Lieutenant General
41 people linked to the recent attack at the International Pentecostal Holiness church, west of Johannesburg are due back in court on the 27th of July. Last week the Westonaria Regional Court postponed week after a staff member at the court tested positive COVID 19. The church has been at war for more than 3 years following the death of church leader Glayton Modise in 2016. The arrested suspects are facing various charges including murder and malicious damage to property. During the attack, police confirmed
The conflict to succeed the leader of the International Pentecostal Holiness Church’s (IPHC) Zuurbekom branch in Westonaria has turned bloody on Saturday The Police were informed that the incident which took place in the early hours of this morning, The police were informed by the hostage situation and shooting at the International Pentecost Holiness Church in Zuurbekom. The Policeaofficers has arrived at the scene approximately around 03h00, police untill so far has managed to arrested about 30 suspects and
Hey everyone this is your boy amusement don't forget to share my stories for more information Quarreling groups at the International Pentecost Holiness Church (IPHC) in Zuurbekom, Gauteng, have consented to deny brutality following intervention by the Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities (CRL Rights Commission). On 11 July, five individuals kicked the bucket in the assault, west of Johannesburg, which left a path of blood and the seething
Estranged wife of Michael S IPCC church leader calls him a cheater, an abuser, a liar, and alcoholic
Michael Sandlana is a central figure at the International Pentecost Holiness Church, leadership squabble. He has laid claim to the leadership of the church, saying his leadership was revealed to the high priests and his succession was ordained by the church's late leader, Glayton Modise and God. Though some branches refused to be led by him. His wife, Lethabo Bennedicta Sandlana, decided to open up a can of worms about her husband in an affidavit prepared for her lawyers, Arnold Johnson Attorneys, who are