As streets were virtually depleted, churches were a hive of activity throughout the Easter holidays in Kuruman and that alone was reflective of the entire district, the country and world alike that Christianity remains part of the revered and sanctified religion.
A survey carried out in the mining town proved beyond doubt that the Easter holiday is such a great day apart from commemorating the crucifixion and the resurrection of Christ. Believers that inclu-ded visitors from other towns and cities stole some few hours of their visits from their esteemed families and friends just to listen to men of the collar reiterating the whole story found in Matthew 27 (death) & 28 (resurrection).Many of these churches were identifiable by their emblematic inscriptions on their uniforms and their distinguishable choral singing. There are also other missions that need accom-plishing during the same period where saints and non-believers are brought together. Engagements, marriages and other social gatherings make the Easter holiday a befitting centre of merriment and conflict resolution. Though not openly declared, Easter holiday is also used as a conduit, one elder disclosed, to appease fallen heroes and heroines in many families. With clear conscience and convic-tion he said that naturally society is clustered where cults and norms tend to be a classification.” Christians must pray, preach and sing in pursuit of their faith while for those who believe in their ances-tral spirits Easter is their time too to brew, booze, sing and dance in hope to better their fortunes”
The revelations above are a true mani-festation of the broader term of religion where its confinement and definition is aptly understood better by the individual believer or grouping. It also revealed that in any religion hypocrisy thrives like weeds in a garden and therefore not all that frequent the church are real saints to the word.