Leaders of SACC

Since its inception on May 29 1968, the SACC has had 10 general secretaries and 10 presidents.

Since its inception on May 29 1968, the SACC has had 10 general secretaries and 10 presidents.

The chronology of the leaders begins with the current and ends with the earliest. Their churches or denominations are in brackets.

General secretary:

l Edwin Makue (Uniting Reformed Church in Southern Africa) 2006 to -

l Molefe Tsele (Evangelical Lutheran Church in Southern Africa) 2001 to 2006

l Charity Majiza (United Congregational Church) 1997 to 2000

l Brigalia Bam (Church of the Province of South Africa) 1994 to 1997

lFrank Chikane (Apostolic Faith Mission) 1987 to 1994

l Beyers Naude (Reformed Church in Africa) 1984 to 1986

l Desmond Tutu (Church of the Province of South Africa) 1978 to 1984

lJohn Thorne (United Congregational Church) 1977, for three months.

l John Rees (Methodist Church of Southern Africa) 1970 to 1977

lBill Burnett (Church of the Province of South Africa) 1967 to 1969

President:

l Russel Botman (United Reformed Church) 2003 to -

lMvume Dandala (Methodist Church of Southern Africa) 1998 to 2003

l Sagqibo Dwane (Ethiopian Episcopal Church of South Africa) 1997 to 1998

l Khoza Mgojo (Methodist Church of Southern Africa) 1990 to 1997

l Manas Buthelezi (Evangelical Lutheran Church in Southern Africa) 1983 to 1990

lPeter Storey (Methodist Church of Southern Africa) 1981 to 1983

lSam Buti (Reformed Church in Africa) 1977 to 1981

lJohn Thorne (United Congregational Church) 1975 to 1977

lAW Habelgaarn (Moravian Church) 1971 to 1974

lRobert Selby Taylor (Church of the Province of South Africa) 1968 to 1971

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