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Tutu Faleni

Tutu Faleni

    ‘Kairos moment’  for Christian community
    ‘Kairos moment’  for Christian community
    The name Johan Heyns might have been forgotten by many South Africans but to the people of Vanderbijlpark and surrounding townships such as...
    What would Steve Biko say about the struggle of black people today?
    What would Steve Biko say about the struggle of black people today?
    During the height of the anti-apartheid student protests at the University of the Witwatersrand in the 1980s, there was a question that would...
    Violence and corruption make mockery of free and fair elections
    Violence and corruption make mockery of free and fair elections
    The escalating incidents of violence ahead of the local government elections make a mockery of the recent public pledge...
    Bite the hand that corrupts, for SA's sake
    Bite the hand that corrupts, for SA's sake
    The assassination of Wandile Bozwana last month has triggered much fevered speculation about the possible motive for his brutal killing.
    Greed and poverty in the wake of Biko
    Greed and poverty in the wake of Biko
    The period of reflection on the life of Steve Biko puts those who cherish his legacy in a precarious position. Many of us have resorted to throwing...