South Africans celebrated Mandela Day on 18 July, giving back 67 minutes in service of others. Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya assesses the vast sums raised for political and cultural activities. He suggests they be repurposed to serve society’s most vulnerable.
Be it culture, tradition or religion, we should respect one another’s differences and we should all stand up for one another. Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya provides an update on the recent case of a Muslim military officer who faces disciplinary action for refusing to remove her headscarf.
The Church in South Africa can learn from the experiences of sister Churches around the world. One such learning is in the outreach she is prepared to offer from within her own walls to help her addicted faithful kick the habit asserts Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.
Competition in sport can be a good thing but it can also be detrimental and have devastating effects when competitors, to God-like status. Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya looks at how competitors have been put on pedestals to the point where they feel they have to win at all costs.
The murders of five people living on the streets of Pretoria has provoked calls for an urgent investigation into finding the killer. It’s pitiful that the death of human beings is what it takes to shock us to see — and maybe respond to — those who live on our streets.
In an outcome certain to further fuel the euthanasia debate, the practice’s best-known practitioner, Sean Davison was sentenced to three years correctional supervision after he was found guilty on three counts of murder, reports Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya,