SACBC

AcronymDefinition
SACBCSouth African Catholic Bishops Conference
SACBCSouthern Alameda County Buddhist Church (est. 1961)
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Over these years, SACC was always more radical than the SACBC. Borer well explains the reasons.
Sean O'Leary, who heads the SACBC Justice and Peace Commission, is full understanding of "the attitudes appropriate to a democracy, such as respect for human rights, a commitment to tolerance, to people having a different view, to accepting the results of an election."
They receive ART from home-based caregivers who are supported financially by the platinum mines, the SACBC and other partners.
This was the first systematic study of LTFU in the programmes of the SACBC and CRS in South Africa.
South Africa: South Africa Catholic Bishops Conference (SACBC) AIDS Office Publications, 2007.
The SACBC accepted that government had a duty to ensure the safety of all, but it questioned the reasons why extraordinary measures were needed to combat terrorism.
(83.) South African Catholic Bishops' Conference (SACBC), "Submission on the Anti-Terrorism Bill", n/d, p 2.
* The CUC has the major responsibility for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity which it sponsors jointly with the SACBC and SACC.
(6)Quoted in "Towards a Democratic Future," Pastoral Letter, SACBC, 1993.
(1)The Southern African Catholic Bishops' Conference (SACBC) takes in the countries of Botswana, Namibia, South Africa and Swaziland.