Category: Editorials

Sainthood for Denis Hurley?

The first step on the road to the possible canonised sainthood of Archbishop Denis Hurley, one of the great sons of the South African Church, has been made. Cardinal Wilfrid Napier, as archbishop of...

Catastrophic Leadership on Abuse

The resignation of an abuse survivor from the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors is an indictment of the Vatican’s commitment to responding appropriately to a festering scandal. It is deplorable that 15...

Lenten Joy and Pain

For Catholics, and some other Christians, it is part of life’s cultural tradition to make the sacrifice of giving up some luxury or vice for Lent – sweets, alcohol, cursing, Facebook. Even among those who...

The Water of Life

Water, its lack and its abuse, has become a headache for municipal authorities across the land. Officialdom and consumers in general are rapidly realising that more water is being consumed in one way or...

Hope in Lent

This Week’s editorial looks at the REAL hope of the Lenten Season One of the most fascinating tales in Greek mythology is that of Pandora, the first woman. The gods gave her a box...

Where’s the Decency?

This week’s editorial looks at the decline of decency especially with regards to the recent alarming developments in the US. So much has been written on the personality and actions of US President Donald...

No Divine Mandate

This week’s editorial examines the claims by President Jacob Zuma that his party has been given a ‘divine right to rule’ Recently President Jacob Zuma clumsily admonished churches not to get involved in his...

Our Fight Against Corruption

Are the ANC “looting the State coffers?” This week’s editorial looks at the state of government corruption, past and present The health of a democracy can be judged by the extent of the corruption...