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The mystery of the ‘living’ dead pastor and the ‘dead’ living ...

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The mystery of the ‘living’ dead pastor and the ‘dead’ living pastor’s wife

Two hijacked church buses are at the centre of case against man alleged to have stolen late church leader’s identity

Investigative reporter

A controversial clergyman, already facing charges for allegedly faking his estranged wife’s death, has now been linked to the identity theft of a rival church leader who headed up one of Africa’s mega churches before his death.

Glayton Modise was the leader of the International Pentecostal Holiness Church (IPHC), one of Africa’s biggest churches with an estimated 3-million strong congregation. 

He and his church owned two buses that were hijacked after his death, according to his son Frederick Modise, who succeeded his father in 2016...

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