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THE FACTS

We know that it is the GODLY Commandments to Offer our Tenth Faithfully. (Malachi 3 vs 10; Leviticus 27 vs 30; Numbers 18 vs 21- 24; Deuteronomy 12 vs 5-7)

We know that the New Apostolic Church Cape and in FACT the New Apostolic Church International (NACI) is operating as a BUSINESS.

The NAC CAPE is registered as a company in terms of Section 21 of the Companies Act.  

(Registration Number: 1905/000517/08). The directors are District Apostle Noel 

Barnes, Apostle John Kriel and Apostle Cecil Van Der Merwe.

We are aware that that our Offerings are used to service the Operating Costs of Our 

Church. We explained before that each year Annual Financial Statements are drawn 

up to reflect Income and Expenses, as well as the Assets and Liabilities of the Church

 and that our Auditors express an opinion on a sample of this. This is a legal 

requirement.

It is incumbent on our leadership to declare the Annual Financial Statements (AFS) of 

NAC CAPE to US, the Membership or better said, the SHAREHOLDERS of the Church. 

The Annual Financial Statements (AFS) should be published and given to each 

member our Church.

In South Africa we have the Access to Information Act that allows all its citizens 

access to information. We also have a “Spiritual Access to Information Act” that 

JESUS CHRIST gave.

Luke 8 vs 16-17 “ No man, when he hath lighted a candle, covereth it with a vessel, or

 putteth it under the bed; but setteth it on a candlestick, that they which enter in may 

see the light. FOR NOTHING IS SECRET, THAT SHALL NOT BE MADE MANIFEST; 

NEITHER ANY THING HID, THAT SHALL NOT BE KNOWN AND COME ABROAD. Also 

read Mark 4 vs 21-22.

We have also mentioned that the Leadership should be ACCOUNTABLE to US and 

STOP ABUSING OUR OFFERINGS!

Here are some very important FACTS!

The District Apostle Noel Barnes earns a Basic Salary of R 60,000.00 per month. 

Apostles receive between R 35,000.00 and R40, 000.00 per month, depending on the 

length of their “SERVICE”. Bishops (those employed by the Church) receive between 

R 30,000.00 and R 35,000.00 per month. (Source NAC CAPE Annual Financial 

Statements 2009). BUT THIS IS NOT ALL, HERE COMES THE BAD (OR FOR SOME 

THE, GOOD) NEWS!

Below is the full package of the Leadership:

Monthly Income Calculation for District Apostle Noel Barnes
R
Basic Salary60,000.00
Motor Vehicle Installment5,500.00
Provident Fund Contributions – NAC CAPE portion (10% of basic salary)6,000.00
Medical Aid2,500.00
Cell phone Allowance1,500.00
Entertainment Allowance2,000.00
Housing Allowance10,000.00
Petro card – an average of 2 tanks per month , 60 litres x R 8.50 per litre1,020.00
Total Monthly Income88,520.00
Annual Income:
R 88,520.00 X 12 months1,062,240.00
Plus: Annual Clothing Allowance paid for by NAC CAPE
Two Black Suites at +- R 1800.00 each3,600.00
4 White Shirts at +- R 250.00 each1,000.00
2 Ties at +- R 150.00 each300.00
Total Annual Package1,067,140.00
This excludes other “Benefits”:
After most Services, Functions and Meetings he is Entertained at the cost of the
Church or local District or Congregation.
He eats at the most exclusive and expensive Restaurants.
All his Overseas Travelling is paid by the Church (This amounts to thousands
Per year) He Fly’s Business Class and Stays at 5 Star Hotels.
No wonder he can afford to live in such an Exclusive Area!!!

(SOURCE: NAC CAPE ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Y/E 2009 – Working Paper Files)

Monthly Income Calculation for ApostlesR
They earn between R35,000.00 and R 40,000.00 per year
There are 12 Apostles active in the NAC CAPE.
Basic Salary35,000.00
(Let’s calculate at the lowest monthly Salary of R 35,000.00)
Motor Vehicle Installment
Provident Fund Contributions – NAC CAPE portion (10% of basic salary)3,500.00
Medical Aid2,500.00
Cell phone Allowance1,200.00
Entertainment Allowance2,000.00
Housing Allowance6,000.00
Petrocard – an average of 2 tanks per month , 60 litres x R 8.50 per litre1,020.00
Total Monthly Income51,220.00
Annual Income:
R 51,220.00 X 12 months614,640.00
Plus: Annual Clothing Allowance paid for by NAC CAPE
Two Black Suites at +- R 1800.00 each3,600.00
4 White Shirts at +- R 250.00 each1,000.00
2 Ties at +- R 150.00 each300.00
Total Annual Package619,540.00
* Please remember that this calculation represents the lowest on the Apostles Salary Scale
i.e. The Calculation of those Apostles Earning R 40,000.00 per month is:
Basic Salary40,000.00
Motor Vehicle Installment
Provident Fund Contributions – NAC CAPE portion (10% of basic salary)4,000.00
Medical Aid2,500.00
Cell phone Allowance1,200.00
Entertainment Allowance2,000.00
Housing Allowance6,000.00
Petrocard – an average of 2 tanks per month , 60 litres x R 8.50 per litre1,020.00
Total Monthly Income56,720.00
Annual Income:
R 56,720.00 X 12 months680,640.00
Plus: Annual Clothing Allowance paid for by NAC CAPE
Two Black Suites at +- R 1800.00 each3,600.00
4 White Shirts at +- R 250.00 each1,000.00
2 Ties at +- R 150.00 each300.00
Total Annual Package685,540.00
This excludes other “Benefits”:
After most Services, Functions and Meetings They are Entertained at the cost of the
Church or local District or Congregation.
They eat at the most exclusive and expensive Restaurants.
Actually they spend a small portion of their Income on Groceries/Food for their own homes.
Monthly Income Calculation for BishopsR
They earn between R25,000.00 and R 35,000.00 per year
Basic Salary25,000.00
(Let’s calculate at the lowest monthly Salary of R 25,000.00)
Motor Vehicle Installment2,000.00
Provident Fund Contributions – NAC CAPE portion (10% of basic salary)2,500.00
Medical Aid1,750.00
Cell phone Allowance1,000.00
Entertainment Allowance1,500.00
Housing Allowance5,000.00
Petrocard – an average of 2 tanks per month , 60 litres x R 8.50 per litre1,020.00
Total Monthly Income39,770.00
Annual Income:
R 39,770.00 X 12 months477,240.00
Plus: Annual Clothing Allowance paid for by NAC CAPE
Two Black Suites at +- R 1800.00 each3,600.00
4 White Shirts at +- R 250.00 each1,000.00
2 Ties at +- R 150.00 each300.00
Total Annual Package482,140.00
* Please remember that this calculation represents the lowest on the Bishops Salary Scale
i.e. The Calculation of those Bishops Earning R 35,000.00 per month is:
Basic Salary35,000.00
Motor Vehicle Installment2,000.00
Provident Fund Contributions – NAC CAPE portion (10% of basic salary)3,500.00
Medical Aid1,750.00
Cell phone Allowance1,000.00
Entertainment Allowance1,500.00
Housing Allowance5,000.00
Petrocard – an average of 2 tanks per month , 60 litres x R 8.50 per litre1,020.00
Total Monthly Income50,770.00
Annual Income:
R 50,770.00 X 12 months609,240.00
Plus: Annual Clothing Allowance paid for by NAC CAPE
Two Black Suites at +- R 1800.00 each3,600.00
4 White Shirts at +- R 250.00 each1,000.00
2 Ties at +- R 150.00 each300.00
Total Annual Package614,140.00
This excludes other “Benefits”:
After most Services, Functions and Meetings They are Entertained at the cost of the
Church or local District or Congregation.
They eat at the most exclusive and expensive Restaurants.
Actually they spend a small portion of their Income on Groceries/Food for their own homes.

(SOURCE: NAC CAPE ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Y/E 2009 – Working Paper Files)

It is WONDERFUL to be a LEADER in the NAC CAPE.

Furthermore, the NAC CAPE is obliged to report to Our Chief Apostle (NACI) once a year. Below are extracts from the regulations concerning the District Churches.

EXTRACTS FROM NACI DOCUMENT

STRUCTURE AND ORGANIZATION OF THE NEW APOSTOLIC CHURCH

JANUARY 2003

The revenue of the District Churches is comprised of voluntary offerings and donations from

its members as well as other contributions and returns. The church does not collect any

taxes from its members. The funds of the church are used exclusively for performing church

tasks. The Chief Apostle receives a copy of the annual statement of accounts signed by the

District Apostle, along with the auditing report of an accountant”. (Page 2)

(Our Opinion:This is open to abuse because the Chief Apostle only sees the Audited report. It is an accepted practice that Auditors “change “ figures to what the Financial Management AND Leadership of the NAC Cape wants the Chief Apostle to see. In many cases Income and Expenditure are tampered with to reflect MORE ACCEPTABLE FINANCIAL RESULTS. This is called “Creative Accounting”. Auditors don’t check or verify each transaction, they only verify and audit samples of Income and Expenditure and confirm that it is reasonable. )

The District Churches remit revenues — which are set by the Chief Apostle in consultation

with the respective District Apostles — to the New Apostolic Church International. These

revenues are used to cover its own administrative costs, support financially weak District

Churches, pursue charitable and public-spirited activities of international significance, and

finance all further activities of NAKI.

These funds are administered in accordance with the directives of the Chief Apostle. He will

take steps to assure professional accounting as well as assure a professional statement of

accounts by the end of each calendar year, including the auditing of same by a reputable

auditing company. The annual statement of accounts, the annual report, and the audit report

must be approved by the District Apostle Meeting.

In order to devise and promote NAKI’s financial strategy, the District Apostles (without being

asked to do so) submit the signed statements of accounts, together with the business reports

and the auditor’s reports, within six months after the close of each financial year. These pertain

to the District Apostle’s area (in the form of balance sheets of the District Churches under

his care), charitable bodies and foundations, and church-owned economic enterprises”. (Page 3)

(Once again: This is open to abuse because the Chief Apostle only sees the Audited report. It is an accepted practice that Auditors “change “ figures to what the Financial Management of the NAC Cape wants the Chief Apostle to see. In many cases Income and Expenditure are tampered with to reflect MORE ACCEPTABLE FINANCIAL RESULTS. This is called “Creative Accounting”. Auditors don’t check or verify each transaction, they only verify and audit samples of Income and Expenditure and confirm that it is reasonable. )

We want to see what is happening to OUR MONEY!!!!!!

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