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Ranjeni Munusamy

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Ranjeni Munusamy is one of South Africa's top-notch political journalists. She is well-known for her sharp and insightful analysis and commentary on local and international politics. Raised in Dannhauser in northern KwaZulu-Natal, her journalistic pursuits brought her to Johannesburg.

Greed, selfishness and venality increase the power of the virus

We are interdependent. As a global community we are facing the largest health, economic, and social challenge in this millennium. Ranjeni Munusamy...

Me, Myself and Ranjeni: The unbearable heaviness of being

Pope John XXIII wrote in 'Pacem in Terris' that a person "has a natural right to be respected", to a "good name", "to freedom in investigating the truth", "and — within the limits of the moral order and the common good — to freedom of speech and publication," "the freedom to pursue whatever profession he or she may choose", and “to be accurately informed about public events”. To further the rights proclaimed in the Pope's 1963 letter, spotlight.africa publishes this article by Ranjeni Munusamy.

EXCLUSIVE: Archbishop Brislin speaks on the politics of Catholic leadership and the need for a healing Church in a divided country

In an exclusive interview with Spotlight Africa, Archbishop Stephen Brislin of Cape Town speaks to Ranjeni Munusamy about South Africa’s political situation, the Church’s image, its approach to gay people and why the Catholic Church might have disappointed some people by not being outspoken on the challenges facing South Africa.

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Me, Myself and Ranjeni: The unbearable heaviness of being

Pope John XXIII wrote in 'Pacem in Terris' that a person "has a natural right to be respected", to a "good name", "to freedom in investigating the truth", "and — within the limits of the moral order and the common good — to freedom of speech and publication," "the freedom to pursue whatever profession he or she may choose", and “to be accurately informed about public events”. To further the rights proclaimed in the Pope's 1963 letter, spotlight.africa publishes this article by Ranjeni Munusamy.

Greed, selfishness and venality increase the power of the virus

We are interdependent. As a global community we are facing the largest health, economic, and social challenge in this millennium. Ranjeni Munusamy...

EXCLUSIVE: Archbishop Brislin speaks on the politics of Catholic leadership and the need for a healing Church in a divided country

In an exclusive interview with Spotlight Africa, Archbishop Stephen Brislin of Cape Town speaks to Ranjeni Munusamy about South Africa’s political situation, the Church’s image, its approach to gay people and why the Catholic Church might have disappointed some people by not being outspoken on the challenges facing South Africa.

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