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1924 Dec Martha Root gave the first African radio broadcast about the Bahá'í Faith, in Capetown. Capetown; Africa Marth Root; radio find ref
1999. 1 - 8 Dec The Parliament hosted the second modern-day Parliament of the World’s Religions in Cape Town, South Africa in December 1999, attended by 7,000+ global participants.

The document A Call to Our Guiding Institutions served as the centrepiece for the working sessions of the Assembly. The Call—the result of a three-year drafting process—was addressed to eight of the world’s most powerful and most influential institutions, inviting each to reflect on and redefine its role for a new century. [Capetown 1999]

Capetown; South Africa Parliament of the Worlds Religions

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