I recently spent several days in the what many describe as the most powerful city in the world: Washington D.C. I love visiting that city. It is soaked in history, much of with which I am familiar. Many of the streets, buildings, and memorials are
Recently, we sang the decades-old song by Jack Hayford: “Majesty.” Its lyrics are simple but, well, majestic: Majesty, worship his majesty: Unto Jesus be all glory, honour and praise. Majesty, kingdom, authority: Flows from his throne, unto his own, his anthem raise. In the passage
Many things that we now take for granted began in very small, unnoticed ways and, often, in out-of-the-way places. For example, Microsoft began in a college dorm room by a young man who would soon drop out of university. Apple had a similarly inauspicious beginning.
Several weeks ago, many South Africans were tensely frustrated, even angry, as we awaited word as to whether President Jacob Zuma would be removed from office. Many of us desired a new king, namely Cyril Ramaphosa. The currency market anticipated such good news. Once it