In this week’s news we cover the launch of the Unashamedly Ethical movement in Port Elizabeth. This Bible-based South African campaign for ethical business and lifestyles is spreading around the world. The picture shows some PE business leaders who were briefed by international co-ordinator of UE, Steve Johnstone (second from right).
We also interviewed veteran South African film director Regardt van den Bergh about his new family business venture, making short Christian films. He believes that God is currently giving a special window of opportunity and anointing to media people who have a heart to spread the Christian message. That’s what Gateway News is all about! Let’s take the media back for Jesus!
Talking of media, the e.tv Naked News saga goes on as the broadcaster apparently continues to show the programme, as well as ads promoting SMS porn, despite recent assurances to advertisers that it has “high family values”. Family values activist Errol Naidoo has taken his campaign against e.tv porn to the next level by targeting advertisers.
We also wrote about a computer theft in Walmer Township that has struck a blow against affordable Internet access in the area. If you have an old, unwanted computer, you could help by donating it to this cause.
The hope of democracy in the Muslim world as a result of the so-called Arab Spring is good news, right? A columnist argues that there are sound reasons for Christians to be concerned about an “Arab Summer” which could be quite hot for Christians.
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