Humankind is today standing at the threshold of an important revolution. We either change and begin the revolution towards a
Category: July 2007
By Dr Kalpesh Prahlad Ramcharan Teenage pregnancy has become a norm in South African society. According to the Department of
By Jermaine Parmanutha There was once a little girl called Zinzi. She lived with her grandparents on a farm, because
The Moral Regeneration Movement
By Neeba Budhoo The origins of the Moral Regeneration Movement date back to June 1997 when former president Nelson Mandela
Community Centres offering help!
In the current stream of social problems that many people find themselves , the provision of social services within communities
40 Years since the mysterious death of Chief Albert Luthuli
By Robin Sewlal The Kwazulu-Natal provincial government and the Department of Arts and Culture are to host the 40th anniversary
Sri Lanka the experience of ordinary people
By a simple monk On the 8 May I went up north – to a village in the war zone.
India: One new way of handling corruption
In the secret language of corruption in India, an official expecting a bribe will ask for Mahatma Gandhi to “smile”
Many faces of Gender Inequalities
From an essay by Amartya Sen, a Nobel Laureate, presented at the Radcliffe Institute at Harvard University, Sen writes about
Is humanity on a collision Course?
By Cedric Mayson Humanity is committing suicide in this generation. This unique planetic human experiment is nearly over. My youngest