Author Archive | SAFCEI

Support for SAFCEI’s SONA Press Statement

The following organisations and individuals support SAFCEI’s 11th February Press Statement on proposed nuclear deals: (Find the Press release “Give power back to the people” below) CANE, including Save Bantamsklip and Namakwaland Aksie vir die Gemeenskap en Omgewingsjustisie The Christ Church Constantia Green Team noPEnuke A Rocha RMC Earthlife Africa Cape Town EarthLife Africa Johannesburg […]

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VIDEO – Faith ‘vigil’ against nukes

Board members of the Southern African Faith Communities Environment Institute (SAFCEI) held a vigil outside the entrance to parliament. This was part of SAFCEI’s ethical governance initiative and is in response to government’s continued support of nuclear power. Join our weekly #NukeVigil outside Cape Town parliament every Wednesday morning between 7.30am-9am. Support the #NukeVigils by […]

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Launching a day of love for creation

When last did you truly experience Nature, God’s original scriptures?  SAFCEI is inviting you to celebrate Earth Keeper Day on the weekend of 14th & 15th of February.  Huh?! How is this day different from all the other environmental days on our calendar? Earth Keeper Day is about opening our hearts and connecting spiritually with […]

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Pope Francis’s edict on climate is a big deal.

2014 was the hottest year on record.  Not afraid of political heat, Pope Francis, dubbed the `superman pope’, is making urgent action for Climate Change a priority in 2015.  He has long been aware of what he calls the human ecology impacts of our exploitative economic and financial systems.  “We are experiencing a moment of […]

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Dear Minister Nene,

LETTER FROM BISHOP GEOFF DAVIES TO SOUTH AFRICA’S FINANCE MINISTER   The Honourable Nhlanhla Nene, Minister of Finance, Parliament, Cape Town 28th January 2015   Open letter to the Minister of Finance   Dear Minister Nene, Having had the privilege of meeting you last year when I told you about the impending visit of Charles […]

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