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Africa Day and the Christian community
Afrika Mhlophe Opinion

Africa Day and the Christian community

    [notice]Yesterday (May 25) was Africa Day, a day that commemorates the founding of the Organisation Of African Unity on May 25, 1963. Today Africa Day is viewed by many as a day to celebrate African Unity. Port Elizabeth pastor Afrika Mhlope reflects on this day and other current […]

Church and politics (2)
Afrika Mhlophe Opinion

Church and politics (2)

    [notice]Part 2 of a two article series that explores the postion that the Church should occupy in relation to politics[/notice] In his book, Rediscovering the Kingdom, Dr Myles Munroe says; “People who adhere to some religion group, including Christians, consider themselves members of the group, which they perceive […]

Church and politics (1)
Afrika Mhlophe Opinion

Church and politics (1)

    [notice]Part 1 of a two article series that explores the postion that the Church should occupy in relation to politics[/notice]We are a few days away from the local government elections and we all have been thrust into the undesirable territory of being observers of South Africa’s political contestations. […]

Easter – A Time To Reflect
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Easter – A Time To Reflect

The history of our world is littered with specific and special events whose occurrence has changed the way we live our lives. The different discoveries and inventions that have been made in the area of science, transport, communication, agriculture, etc. have left us with a sense of amazement of what […]

What is happening in the Middle East?
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What is happening in the Middle East?

[notice]An analysis of the headline-grabbing developments in the Middle East, by Dr Peter Hammond, founder and Director of Frontline Fellowship and and an evangelist to Muslims and a Missionary to restricted access areas for over 29 years.[/notice] The tidal waves of protests and riots convulsing capitals throughout the Arab world […]

Faith, ecology and Shell
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Faith, ecology and Shell

News Commentary, By Danie Mouton In recent weeks energy giant Shell has announced that it has plans to search for shale gas reserves in a vast area of the Karoo. A sizeable part of the Eastern Cape is included in the target area. The exploration clearly poses a potential serious […]