The General Conference President of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church, Elder Ted Wilson accompanied by his wife Nancy, jetted into South Africa for a five-day visit. The Wilsons were welcomed at Cape Town International Airport, by the Southern Africa-Indian Ocean Division (SID) President, Dr. Solomon Maphosa and the Southern Africa Union Conference officers, to mention a few.
The main purpose of Elder Wilson’s visit is to attend the General Conference Leadership Summit that is being held in Cape Town. From South Africa, Elder Wilson will make his way to the warm heart of Africa, Malawi, accompanied by the SID Officers. While there, he is expected to meet with His Excellency, Auther Peter Wamtharika the country’s President, topping this off by attending the Big Sabbath at Bingu stadium. On Sunday, where he will visit Malamulo and Blantyre hospitals respectively. From Malawi, elder Wilson will conclude his visit to the SID territory, by traveling to Angola Union were he hopes to meet with the head of state prior to addressing the church members.