Tears have been wiped away by a luncheon by Nyazilwezulu for the woman who was humiliated by the Nazarenes while dancing with them.
It will be recalled that the woman was embarrassed during a Nazarene march in Durban two weeks ago.
Ms Mbali Nyandeni, who has been making headlines for her video released by social media, was in Buhleni on Thursday.
She had been invited by Nyazilwezulu to apologize for what happened to her after a video showing members of the church chasing her away.
“I received a phone call from the church's top leadership informing me that I had been invited by Nyazilwezulu. Althoughvthey said that I was not harmed in Buhleni, I was afraid that they would turn on me and ask me questions about my actions. The way I came in I felt so good I couldn't believe it. When I got there they treated me to lunch. I was with my mother and cousins,”said Ms Nyandeni.
Nyazilwezulu's spokesman Thokozani Mncwabe said the leader did not condone the abuse of women and children.
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