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  • LET’S PROTECT THE VULNERABLE AMONGST US

    United Nations Secretary-General, during the launch of a COVID-19 Global Humanitarian Response Plan on 23 March 2020 said, “We must come to the aid of the ultra-vulnerable – millions upon millions of people who are the least able to protect themselves. This is a matter of basic human solidarity. It

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  • Food insecurity is the most basic form of injustice, and a call to action

    This week the President announced a R500 billion support package to address the myriad of socio-economic ills that are likely to arise from the COVID-19 pandemic. The faith community should applaud and support the initiative of the government and recognize the timely announcement of the support package. However, we must

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  • FEAR NOT AND DON’T PANIC WE HAVE OVERCOME BEFORE AND WE WILL AGAIN

    South Africa and the world have been confronted with the Coronavirus – now declared by W.H.O. as a pandemic – and it is changing the way we think about life, as it has already severely affected several countries around the world. Economies globally are being affected negatively, in particular the

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  • Need for Ethical Leaders

    WE HAVE CRISIS OF LEADERSHIP GLOBALLY Comment by Ray McCauley Former President Thabo Mbeki, when speaking at the special official funeral of amaXhosa King Zwelonke Sigcawu that took place in the Eastern Cape last Friday said that South Africa is in need of strategic thought leadership to accelerate the progress

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  • Crises in SOE’s : We all lose.

    GROUNDING SAA BY MANAGEMENT AND THE STRIKE BY UNIONS HAS THE POTENTIAL TO COLLAPSE THE AIRLINE AND THERE WILL BE NO WINNERS Comment by Ray McCauley We are almost at the end of the year and this might be an opportune moment for self-reflection at a national level. Much has

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