Pastor Mpfariseni Mukhuba hands over a big Auditorium to the people of Phillippi, Cape Town

Unity Fellowship Church, of Unity in Blessings Network (UBN) Ministries, was founded and formed by Pastor Mpfariseni Mukhuba in 2004 in Soweto, Gauteng. True to its vision on winning souls to the Kingdom of God, the ministry opened its first branch in Bellville, Cape Town in 2016. It is continuing to open other branches in other provinces of SA.

Continue Reading


UNITY FELLOWSHIP CHURCH UNDER PASTOR MUKHUBA, ACCEPTS GOVERNMENT’ S APOLOGY REGARDING JMPD BRUTALITY & ATTEMPTED MASSACRE OF CONGREGANTS

On the 28th February 2022, Christians and Christian leaders, human rights activists as well as political leaders converged at Unity Fellowship Church in Midway, Soweto to commemorate the horrific incident of police brutality and attempted massacre of Pastor Mukhuba and the church members which happened on the 28th February 2021. The brutal attacks on the church were perpetrated by the City of Johannesburg Police Department (the JMPD)when they were ostensibly responding to a noise complaint.

Continue Reading


LEST WE FORGET

‘LEST WE FORGET: COMMEMMORATION OF FEBURARY 28, 2021 ATTEMPTED MASSACRE’. LIST OF VICTIMS OF FEBRUARY 28, 2021 JMPD ATTEMPTED MASSACRE AT UNITY FELLOWSHIP CHURCH

Continue Reading


RESPONSE TO IOL ARTICLE – “JMPD GOES TO COURT IN BID TO REMOVE ‘JUSTICE FOR PASTOR MUKHUBA’ BILLBOARDS”- 4 FEBRUARY 2022

RESPONSE TO IOL ARTICLE – “JMPD GOES TO COURT IN BID TO REMOVE ‘JUSTICE FOR PASTOR MUKHUBA’ BILLBOARDS”- 4 FEBRUARY 2022

On the evening of 4 February 2022, the Unity Fellowship Church (“the church”) came across IOL news article on the internet and have the following remarks to make after perusing the article;

Continue Reading


VANDALISM OF THE BILLBOARDS SEEKING JUSTICE AND DEMANDING INQUIRY INTO THE POLICE BRUTALITY PERPETUATED BY THE JMPD ON 28 FEBRUARY 2021 AT UNTIY FELLOWSHIP CHURCH

On the morning of 8 February 2022, the Unity Fellowship Church (‘the church”) woke up to some horrible and disturbing news where some of its billboards advertising the commemoration service of the 28th of February 2021.
The billboards seek to commemorate a year pursuant to an incident where the JMPD attacked the church unprovoked and randomly shot congregants leaving 40 members some with almost fatal wounds.
They manhandled pepper-sprayed women and children and brutally beat up at least one person. They also confiscated church property without a court order because they are a law unto themselves.

Continue Reading