Men’s movement Phila Ndoda continues its Man 2 Man video series with a focus on relationships. Pastor Zolile Dayimani of Phila Ndoda chats with Pastor Russel Thomas Viljoen on this vital life topic.
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How should men respond when being called trash? In the second and final instalment of Man 2 Man’s sessions on relationships, in which Pastor Zolile Dayimani of men’s movement Phila Ndoda chats with Pastor Russel Thomas Viljoen, we explore the balance between addressing truth and speaking life.
In the second part of Men’s Health Dr Qwesha continues to chat with Pastor Zolile of Phila Ndoda Movement — and he doses out some tough but important medicine. [See Part 1]
[See Part 2] In the first session of a new series presented by Phila Ndoda Movement, entitled “Man 2 Man”, Pastor Zolile Tyrone Dayimani, talks to Dr Mfihlalo Welcome Qwesha about men’s health. The series will feature interviews with career professionals as well as leaders in the communities seeking to: 1. Tackle […]
This month Port Elizabeth pastor and men’s movement founder Zolile Dayimani, 52, survived a terrifying hijack ordeal and a heart attack. It has also been a time in which his calling to restore the dignity of men caught up in crime and abuse has shifted from theory to practical, leaving […]
Conversations With My Son is an inspiring and timely new video series that shows a father communicating with his son. It aims to encourage other fathers to do likewise for the sake of healthier relationships. Relationships play a vital role when it comes to living out one’s purpose. Watch, below, Episode […]
Conversations With My Son is an inspiring and timely new video series that shows a father communicating with his son. It aims to encourage other fathers to do likewise for the sake of healthier relationships. Watch, below, Episode 1, The Father I Never Knew, featuring pastor and radio personality Zolile Dayimani and […]
A new men’s movement marched into life in Port Elizabeth last Friday on a mission to restore a positive, hopeful and godly image of men to counter their gender’s tarnished reputation as rapists, abusers, absentee fathers and drunkards. As men of the new Phila Ndoda (Xhosa for “Come alive men!”) […]