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We are failing the homeless community

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After the recent deaths of five homeless people, all in quick succession in our capital city of Pretoria, Stephan de Beer is reminded of a past discussion where it was clear that the issue needed to be addressed. But still, the reality is that nothing has chan... More »

A modern-day Good Samaritan

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In this day and age, where so many issues are viewed with suspicion, there are still those who restore our faith in humanity. Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya tells the story of how one man selflessly did the right thing to assist another human being in a tricky situati... More »

Can we ‘meat’ halfway?

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With the rise of “meatless meat”, Chris Chatteris SJ considers the moral and social implications of substituting meat for something that tastes, smells and looks like the “real thing”. So-called ‘meatless meat’ is coming to a butchery and a fast-food outlet ne... More »

Terrorism and religious tastes

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The spate of attacks spurred by religious extremism is growing at an alarming rate. As Muslim believers the world over observe the sacred month of Ramadan, Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya worries about the recurring need for revenge that religious hate can inspire. More »

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