Nontando Hadebe is a senior lecturer at St. Augustine University in Johannesburg, South Africa, a member of the Circle of Concerned African Women Theologians, and a former Sojourners intern.
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African Solidarity with Haiti
In a sermon on the situation in Haiti, Dr. Michael Van Heerden, president of St.
Woza 2010 Woza! Reasons for Optimism in Africa
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Perseverance with Vision in Zimbabwe
By persevering the egg walks on legs.
Zimbabwe's Cycle of Crisis
The outcome of regional intervention in Zimbabwe has been a thirty day ultimat
Regional Leaders Take More Confrontational Approach to Zimbabwe's Crisis
Over a week has passed after the partial withdrawal of the opposition party (MDC) from the unity government.
Danger and Opportunity in Zimbabwe
The Chinese symbol for crisis can mean either danger or opportunity.
Surprises in Zimbabwe
My brief visit to Zimbabwe had a few surprises, such as availability of basic foodstuffs instead of empty shelves in supermarkets.
Flickers of Hope for Zimbabwe
Most of the news coming from Zimbabwe is so discouraging and heartbreaking that it is becoming harder to sustain hope.
Truth and Reconciliation in Zimbabwe?
Last week the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) pledged to support the program on national healing in Zimbabwe.
Zuma's Visit to Zimbabwe: Seeking 'Batho Pele'
There is a Sotho expression, batho pele -- meaning "putting people first" -- that one wishes could inform politics in Zimbabwe.