Afrika Mhlophe

When artistic licence gets pushed too far — Afrika Mhlophe

Also see news report: “The end justifies the means” is basically the explanation given by the student whose artwork provoked a lot of outrage from South African Christians. Brett Murray had the same pragmatic response for his controversial painting, The Spear. In it he depicted SA President Jacob Zuma in […]

Omotoso trial presents Church with unexpected opportunity — Afrika Mhlophe

The sensational trial of Nigerian pastor Timothy Omotoso should be seen by South African Christians as a blessing in disguise. It presents an opportunity for self-introspection and to reflect on problematic leadership tendencies within the Church. The senior pastor of Jesus Dominion International faces charges of rape and human trafficking. […]