Johannesburg South Africa Temple
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Recent News Stories
September 8, 2016
Johannesburg Temple Reopens after Monthlong ClosureThe Johannesburg South Africa Temple was closed during the month of August for minor renovations that included new wall coverings, draperies, plumbing, and showers. Patron housing received new cupboards, bathrooms, laundry, and additional showers.
February 17, 2015
Mozambique's First Stake Organized in MaputoThe first stake of the Church in the African nation of Mozambique was organized this weekend in the city of Maputo. Elder Stanley G. Ellis of the First Quorum of the Seventy presided. The Saints of Maputo travel approximately 350 miles to attend the temple in Johannesburg, South Africa.
April 22, 2011
Johannesburg Temple DistrictNotable unit creation has occurred in the Johannesburg temple district over the past six weeks including the first districts in Angola and Malawi. The Antananarivo Madagascar Stake divided in two, and the Gweru Zimbabwe District matured into a stake. In the Johannesburg metro area, the Centurion South Africa Stake was created.
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