South Africa

Adam Taylor 07-01-2006
Ten years after the formal dismantling of apartheid, economic injustice, HIV/AIDS, and poverty stand in the way of real reconciliation - and present daunting challenges for the South African church.
South African voters elected a new national parliament and nine provincial governments in the nation'

South African voters elected a new national parliament and nine provincial governments in the nation's third "all-races" elections since the end of apartheid in 1994. Anglican Archbishop Desmond Tutu (above) applauds after casting his vote. "Often they say the first election after democracy is the last," Tutu told SABCNews. "Many

Robin Fillmore 05-01-2002

The film opens with a faint sound, a vibration that says something's coming, and so you listen very closely.

Edie Bird 05-01-2000
Sorting out justice in South Africa.
Molly Marsh 03-01-1999
Moyers on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission
Joyce Hollyday 03-01-1998
room of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission burst open. The parents of Amy Biehl walk in, surrounded by reporters, microphones, and cameras.
Joyce Hollyday 01-01-1998

"From now on, therefore, we regard no one from a human point of view....This is from God, who...has given us the ministry of reconciliation."— 2 Corinthians 5:16, 18

South Africa grapples with reconciliation.
Jim Wallis 05-01-1995

Europe once fought a war for 100 years. For the first 100 days of the new Republican-controlled Congress, another war took place on Capitol Hill, and now promises to continue.

Joyce Hollyday 12-01-1988

Jesus was too young to understand the excitement that attended his birth.

Jim Wallis 11-01-1988

The importance of "The House of Peace."  

Joyce Hollyday 08-01-1988

Faces of South Africa

Jim Wallis 08-01-1988

The Church Steps Forward in South Africa.

With successive states of emergency, government crackdowns, massive detentions, uncontrolled police violence, the elimination of a free press, and the banishing of international media, South Africa has virtually become a military dictatorship and a terrorist state.

Vicki Kemper 10-01-1987

Given the increasingly monolithic, corporate nature of our society, it is not easy to find a good bank.

Danny Duncan Collum 01-01-1987

The last months of 1986 saw a steady stream of seemingly positive headlines related to South Africa. The U.S. Congress passed a sanctions bill and overrode the president's veto.

Jim Wallis 10-01-1986

Albertina Sisulu is, after Winnie Mandela, the best known woman in South Africa.

Daniel Berrigan 08-01-1986

On Location In South America

Jim Wallis 04-01-1986

A Sermon of Celebration