Month

May 2018

All posts published in May 2018

40 posts

State looting and the Church

by (~4 min read)

The looting of the state coffers is a crime against the poor that requires, Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya argues, that the church respond to its prophetic mission of being on the side of the marginalised. Imagine if the government gave the most vulnerable members of ... More »

I re-dream Africa

by (~5 min read)

Anthony Aduaka, an intern at Spotlight Africa, reflects on the occasion of Africa Day last week and on his dreams for Africa. He believes that as a family of nations in Africa we ought to stop criticising one another and rather spend our time challenging one o... More »

They’re still coming

by (~6 min read)

South Africa is something of a conundrum. Life here is hard, yet people want to visit, want to work, want to play in our home. We don’t always make it easy for them and every obstacle we put forward is at the detriment to our tourist industry. However, against... More »

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