Author: Nichelle Steyn

Reconciliation and repentance on Senekal Prayer Hill – ‘a blueprint for South Africa’

Community members of Senekal gathered on “Prayer Hill” outside Senekal yesterday morning for a special thanksgiving and repentance prayer meeting in response to God’s help in the town during a time of crisis in October  Senekal pastor John Mathuhle, who believes God intervened miraculously in the town to turn the […]

‘Dare to Love’ – movement that challenges us to make a difference spreads like wildfire — Nichelle Steyn

It’s a movement that spread like wildfire, especially during the lockdown, when the needs of South Africans were highlighted like never before. The Dare to Love movement started in Pretoria but is currently active in various neighbourhoods, towns and provinces in the country, and even internationally in the Democratic Republic […]

From sports stardom to faith and a heart for South Africa — Iona Rossely shares her story

Gateway News recently interviewed Iona Rossely, a champion athlete turned TV presenter, artist, author and coordinator of an anti-slavery organisation. A powerful testimonial book, Racing on Empty, about her life was recently published. It’s about Iona’s journey to faith and how South Africa, especially Cape Town and the Sozo Foundation, […]

Anti-drug campaigner and political party founder standing on God’s promises

Aletta Riddles, the leader of Nehemiah Christian Liberation Party (NCLP), is a well-known figure in her neighbourhood and surrounding areas of Mitchells Plain, Cape Town Aunty Lettie, as she is frequently called, spends her days fervently praying for drug-addicted children, and their parents, hoping that the fight against drugs will […]

Errol Naidoo urges South Africans to get behind ‘Revive SA — Buy SA’ campaign

Nichelle Steyn spoke to Errol Naidoo about his recent call to South Africans to contribute to South Africa’s economic revival by “buying SA”. Errol Naidoo, chief executive officer of the Family Policy Institute (FPI) is concerned about the viability of the local economy, especially family-owned and run small businesses. Subsequently, […]