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Johannesburg - The SACC and Sanco on Monday called for political parties to show strong leadership following the murder of Eugene Terre'Blanche two days ago.
"We call upon other political leaders to step forward and provide the reconciling leadership that is necessary for the country at this time.
"Such leadership will exclude inflammatory speeches or songs which have potential to plunge the country into a cycle of violence," said SA Council of Churches (SACC) general secretary, Eddie Makue.
He sent his organisation's condolences to the relatives and friends of AWB leader Terre'Blanche.
"We are shocked by the murder of Mr Terre'Blanche and we condemn it and reject any and all attempts to justify this act," he said in a statement.
Makue said the murder of Terre'Blanche has the potential to create divisions and conflict that might divide the nation and destroy the reconciliation gains made since 1994.
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