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Romance, beauty and tears…
Opinion Women

Romance, beauty and tears…

[notice]The second part of a 2-part introductory article by Anna Heydenrych whose column will be published fortnightly in Gateway News[/notice] The most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched, they must be felt with the heart.” – Helen Keller Last week, I introduced the notion that […]

Time for a talk
Opinion Women

Time for a talk

[notice]The first in a new fortnightly column by Anna Heydenrych[/notice] “May the words of my mouth and the thoughts of my heart be pleasing to you, O Lord, my rock and my redeemer.” Psalms 19 vs 14 The other day, over a quick cup of coffee during my lunch break, […]

What to do about crime?
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What to do about crime?

[notice]While on a mission trip to Europe, Port Elizabeth pastor, Afrika Mhlophe, reflects on the problem of crime back home.[/notice] The crime statistics are out and looks like the Eastern Cape Province is losing the battle on crime. We now have the dubious dishonour of being the murder capital of […]

God of the nations
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God of the nations

    [notice]While on a mission trip to Europe, Port Elizabeth pastor, Afrika Mhlophe, muses on how you, and I and he, fit into God’s purposes for the nations[/notice] In chapter 17 of the book of Acts we encounter Paul looking over the city of Athens and being agitated that […]

Anti-Christian bias is what’s unconstitutional!
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Anti-Christian bias is what’s unconstitutional!

The liberal media’s public lynching of Justice Mogoeng was more about the candidate’s Christian viewpoints, than about his suitability for the post of Chief Justice of the Constitutional Court. Justice Mogoeng existed in relative obscurity until President Zuma nominated him for the post of Chief Justice. Once his Christianity was […]