Set the captives free?

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Spotlight.Africa’s Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya spoke to Fr Jordan Ngondo, a veteran chaplain at the Department of Correctional Services, about his vision of prison ministry. Fr Ngondo says: “I would like to see the churches journe... More »

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Catholic Bishops condemn Mosque attack

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The Southern African Catholic Bishops’ Conference has issued a statement condemning the Mosque attack in Malmesbury – about 70km north-east of Cape Town. A man attacked the worshipers in the Mosque, two men lost their lives in what the bishops have called an “... More »



Waste: the African problem

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We are often led to think that questions surrounding the environment, waste and pollution are a problem for wealthy nations and large multinational corporations. In this piece, Togolese Jesuit Jean Amegble interrogates this myth showing that although developed... More »



Book Reviews


REVIEW: No Longer At Ease

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In 2018 we mark the diamond jubilee of the the 1958 novel Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe. This novel was read widely in South Africa as a school set-work. Mphuthumi Ntabeni takes a look at another of Achebe’s works, No Longer At Ease. He says that this is ... More »

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