JOHANNESBURG - Feuding factions over the leadership of the International Pentecost Holiness Church have agreed to resolve their differences and stop the violence.
The agreement follows a meeting with the CRL Rights Commission on Friday.
Two weeks ago, congregants were held hostage, and at least 5 people died in the violence at the Zuurbekom Church.
Over 40 people, including a police officer, soldier, and a metro police officer have been arrested.
The church has more than three million congregants in Southern Africa.