African religious leaders come together to pray for peace during COVID-19

Religious leaders from various faiths gathered on September 26th for an online interfaith event to unite in prayer for the work of peace amid the pandemic and for the eradication of COVID-19. The prayer meeting...

200,000 Members of International Church Hold Virtual Prayer Service for Covid-19

While the world waits with bated breath for a COVID-19 vaccine to be found, 200,000 congregation members of Shincheonji Church of Jesus gathered on 16 September for a global online prayer gathering for the eradication...

Jerusalema Goes Global

A local hit by Limpopo born DJ Master KG and Nomcebo has taken the world by storm with its spiritual yet electric house beat 'Jerusalema'. The masterminds behind this hit song are 24-year-old record producer...

Zimbabwe: Global religious leaders express deep concern for human rights in Zimbabwe

The World Council of Churches, Lutheran World Federation, World Communion of Reformed Churches and Methodist World Council sent a letter to the churches and people of Zimbabwe expressing solidarity with the nation in its...

#Womandla: Facebook Unveils Book of Business & Life Lessons from Top South African Women

As part of its celebrations around Women’s Month in South Africa, or #Womandla as we refer to Women’s month in the EA Camp, Facebook today unveiled a book heroing the careers, lives and life...

Zimbabweans raise their voices #ZimbabweanLivesMatter

Zimbabwe is under the spotlight this week as unrest, instability and protest takes place in the streets of Bulawayo and Harare after security forces were deployed to control the people, which resulted in police...

Africa closes in on one million COVID-19 cases

COVID-19 infections in Africa will exceed one million cases in the coming days as the pandemic surges in several hotspot countries. In a little more than three weeks, the number of cases on the...

Zambia: World Food Programme supports urban Zambians hit by COVID-19

The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) this week completed a first distribution of monetary support to Zambians in urban areas impacted by COVID-19, reaching some 180,000 vulnerable residents in Lusaka and Kafue. The...

Government Bullying – Teachers speak out about scapegoating of Shincheonji

Faldielah Haupt and Michelle Arendse, both of whom play an active role in Cape Town society as teachers, mothers, activists, and Peace Educators, raise their voices through written letters about the troubling situation in South Korea and the discrimination...

Business Recovery: turning disaster into opportunity

During this time of uncertainty, the words of John D Rockefeller come to mind, "I always tried to turn every disaster into an opportunity." No one could have imagined that businesses around the country...

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