Landa Cope

FOREWORD Having just finished reading Cheryllyn Dudley’s book, Through My Eyes, I can only say I am stunned and find it hard to use words—a rare occur- rence for me. Three different times a book from Africa has spoken to me so deeply that I wanted the whole world to read it. The first was, […]

Why is Mentoring such a Big Deal?

In the opinion of Myles Monroe, one of my mentors, “The greatest act of leadership is mentoring. No matter how much you may learn, achieve, accumulate, or accomplish, if it all dies with you, then you are a generational failure.” While mentoring and being mentored can be a lifestyle choice, a mentor can be unaware […]

International Religious Freedom Day – 27 October 2020

AN APPEAL TO ALL SECTORS OF SOCIETY TO PRIORITISE OUR SHARED FUTURE.  “This day, with our participation, can help to draw attention to the importance of the right to freedom of religion or belief as set out in Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. World Watch Lists name ever increasing numbers of […]

Reconciliation and healing rather than hatred and civil war

“… reconciliation is a spiritual process, which requires more than just a legal framework. It has to happen in the hearts and minds of people.” – Nelson Mandela Mandela, against all odds, stood firm in his determination that his presidency would be one of reconciliation and healing, rather than of hatred and a return to […]