St John's Cathedral, Mthatha

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St John's Cathedral (in full, The Cathedral Church of St John the Evangelist) is the Anglican cathedral in Mthatha, South Africa. It is the seat of the Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Mthatha.

The foundation stone was laid by Bishop Joseph Watkin Williams on the 16 December 1901 in memory of his predecessor Bishop Bransby Lewis Key.[1]

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In December 1906, the building committee prepared a report to be presented to the Diocesan Synod on the building of the Cathedral.[2]

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Coordinates: 31°35′33″S 28°47′20″E / 31.59250°S 28.78889°E / -31.59250; 28.78889