Afrika Mhlophe

Mob justice is injustice
Afrika Mhlophe

Mob justice is injustice

  [notice]In a letter to the editor published in the Eastern Province Herald today, Pastor Afrika Mhlophe speaks out against vigilantism such as an incident last week when an angry Port Elizabeth mob stoned a suspected child rapist to death. This is what he wrote. [/notice] As South Africans we […]

ANC: 100 and not out…yet!
Afrika Mhlophe

ANC: 100 and not out…yet!

[notice]As the African National Congress celebrated its centenary this week, PE pastor Afrika Mhlophe reflects on its Christian heritage and its historical service to SA. But he laments that today’s ANC leaders are unprincipled, bent on self enrichment and populist. [/notice] The founding of the African National Congress on January […]

Making disciples, not converts
Afrika Mhlophe

Making disciples, not converts

    [notice]In a message to Christ followers in South Africa, PE pastor Afrika Mhlophe asks whether we are producing faithful church members or disciples of Jesus. [/notice] It is often said that the continent of Africa is over evangelized but under discipled. The focal point of the Great Commission […]

When culture crosses the line
Afrika Mhlophe

When culture crosses the line

[notice] Part 2 of a 2-part series by Port Elizabeth pastor, Afrika Mhlophe [/notice] My introductory article on the subject of Christianity and Culture has stirred up an interesting debate. It is important for us to engage these issues because for many years Christianity has been accused of pouring scorn […]

To nationalise or not?
Afrika Mhlophe Business

To nationalise or not?

    [notice]Port Elizabeth pastor Afrika Mhlophe challenges the church in South Africa to engage with the nationalisation debtate and to come up with some suggestions[/notice] From economists to self-appointed economic freedom fighters, the current debate in South Africa is about the issue of nationalisation. Those who are beating the […]

The value of Christianity under siege
Afrika Mhlophe Opinion

The value of Christianity under siege

    I once was attending a conference whose main purpose was to address issues of culture, religion and language. A diverse group from various parts of South Africa got assembled up in Gauteng to come and make and receive input regarding these important and sometimes emotive issues. Over 500 […]