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New advocates for the ancient gods of Nigeria
New advocates for the ancient gods of Nigeria
Nigeria is a secular state, but religion nonetheless dominates social and political life. Almost 49% of the 186-million-strong population is...
‘There is no power on earth that can compare with religion’
‘There is no power on earth that can compare with religion’
Religion, especially belief in the existence of a Supreme Being, has always been a controversial subject that splits nations and even families. But...
Tech a new religion at consumer gadget extravaganza
Tech a new religion at consumer gadget extravaganza
Tech is the new religion, offering hope of salvation in a troubled world as industry...
NGO seeks order declaring adherence to one religion at schools as unconstitutional
NGO seeks order declaring adherence to one religion at schools as unconstitutional
The right of public schools to single out one religion to foster at school will come under the spotlight in the Johannesburg High Court next month...
We’re all made in God’s image
We’re all made in God’s image
BODY LANGUAGEI recently stormed out of a friendship because the friend described me as “openly homosexual”, to which I responded: “How...
LGBTI activists face uphill battle in getting churches to see the light
LGBTI activists face uphill battle in getting churches to see the light
"The reason I left the church — not only Grace Bible Church, but the church in general — is I kept going to places where I was being...
The Muslim as a 'Manchurian candidate: 'Conspiratorial Muslim' idea re-emerges
The Muslim as a 'Manchurian candidate: 'Conspiratorial Muslim' idea re-emerges
Connecting President-elect Donald Trump's calls to either ban all Muslims from entering the United States, subject them to an ideological litmus...
​Why Vela Shembe won’t be king
​Why Vela Shembe won’t be king
In the rolling hills of KwaZulu-Natal and in its urban crevices, believers on either side of the Nazareth Baptist Church will say one thing in...
A queer thing is going on in Southern Africa’s churches
A queer thing is going on in Southern Africa’s churches
Pitting themselves against conservative religious institutions, a few dedicated activists in Lesotho, Swaziland and South Africa are working to...
Letters to the editor: October 21 to 27 2016
Letters to the editor: October 21 to 27 2016
With all the protests rocking universities, I am left wondering: Is a university education still worth it? The protests have shone a light on how the...

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