Sunday word: Vertical and horizontal decalogue

They are simply the first ten of the precepts given by God to Moses on the same mountain, written in God’s own handwriting.
By Prosper Tingini Jul. 2, 2023

Giving children access to contraceptives (11)

I was born and raised by a Christian mother, who also happened to be a primary school teacher. She was passionate about godliness and I was lucky to be one of her Grade 1 class pupils.
By Prosper Tingini Apr. 30, 2023

The oft-misquoted catchphrase of the Exodus

Rabbi Sarah Wolf writes: If we take the Exodus narrative seriously, we have been liberated in order to serve God, so we might consider how, exactly, we’re meant to do that.
By Rabbi Sari Laufer Apr. 2, 2023

Sunday word: The Lord our God is one

Christ thus represents the ceremonials ritual of sacrificing a lamp for the cleansing of human sins.
By Prosper Tingini Mar. 19, 2023

The sounding of the shofar— a commandment

The sound of the teruah is both earthly and divine.
By Rabbi Mark Goodman Sep. 18, 2022

I am for the law

Anyone who calls himself/herself a Christian must abide by this bold “mission statement” of Christ.
By Prosper Tingini Sep. 11, 2022

Mass food markets – the Facebook of African food systems

Due to the colonial experience, some farmers and consumers have been socialised to consider formal markets like supermarkets and processing companies as the only markets.

By The Standard Aug. 2, 2022

Artist Richard Mudariki’s vision for a Zimbabwean contemporary art fair

Mudariki co-founded artHARARE Contemporary Art Fair with art historian Aya Koudounaris. The first editions in 2020 and 2021 took place online in a time of COVID isolation. Now it’s expanding its scope by fundraising to take place in physical form in Harare sometime in November 2022.

By The Standard Jun. 7, 2022

Can AU be a neutral arbiter?

But is the continental body genuinely “neutral” over Ukraine? Can it really foster peace by starting a dialogue between the warring parties from the position of a non-aligned entity?

By The Standard Jun. 2, 2022