By Moss Ntlha The lust for power is a weakness all too frequently found among leaders; whether in politics, business, media, churches or any organisation. History is full of examples of leaders whose ambition for power was unbridled and who abused it to the detriment of their followers. It is in the nature of power […]

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By Marius Oosthuizen There is an alternative to revolution, the painstaking establishment of restorative justice and meaningful reconciliation. However, this high road is more difficult to traverse than revolution. I write this short note without mandate or position, except out of love for South Africa and a continuing desire to see this nation move towards […]

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By Verashni Pillay Add NewThe National Interfaith Council of South Africa (Nicsa), the Commission for Religious Affairs (CRA), Delangokubona Business Forum, the National Funeral Practitioners Association of South Africa (NafupaSA) and Black First Land First (BLF) held a press briefing in Durban on Wednesday to outline why they supported Zuma. These particular churches and their […]

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