• UbuntuFM
    • UbuntuFM

    • UBUNTU IS A (SOUTH) AFRICAN CONCEPT OF 'HUMANITY TOWARDS OTHERS' IT IS THE 'BELIEF IN A UNIVERSAL BOND OF SHARING THAT CONNECTS ALL HUMANITY'. PERSONAL STORIES, OPINIONS, FACTS, PRO'S AND CONS, ALL IS RELEVANT IF WE WANT TO ESTABLISH THE TRUTH, NO NEED TO BE OFFENDED, FOR WITH TRUTH COMES UNDERSTANDING, ONLY IF WE UNDERSTAND EACH OTHER, THERE CAN BE RESPECT, UBUNTU.

      • The Empire strikes back II

      • Peter LJ Hesen

      • The Empire strikes back II
      • Aid, development projects and the like have never benefitted the African people. Only fractional. They have mostly benefitted foreign NGO’s and the elites. Not the people. 




      • Randomness

      • Peter LJ Hesen

      • Randomness
      • We should be careful to declare the nature of events as random, especially where it concerns the origin of nature and in particular the origin of man and other species…



      • A true story: the colour of my skin

      • Peter LJ Hesen

      • A true story: the colour of my skin
      • We tend to believe that we live in ‘free’, ‘open’ and ‘multi-cultural’ societies, but racism is a deeply rooted evil, that lingers on and unless we are confronted with it, we may have no way of knowing it still exists...



      • Reinstating 'the draft'

      • Peter LJ Hesen

      • Reinstating 'the draft'
      • 'The draft’ is a term that is associated with military service. It is a controversial topic if we only look at it from this military perspective. Other forms of draft may be of interest to explore and weigh as means to re-engineer our societies.


      • The value and merits of 'junk'

      • Peter LJ Hesen

      • The value and merits of 'junk'
      • Credit rating agency Standard and Poor's (S&P) has downgraded South Africa's rating to 'junk' status, as the country's currency continued to slide following a major cabinet reshuffle. Let's discuss the value and merits of being labeled 'junk'.


      • The State vs. God

      • Peter LJ Hesen

      • The State vs. God
      • Freedom of religion means freedom to hold an opinion or belief, but not to take action in violation of social duties or subversive to good order. A short story on the freedom of religion from a historical perspective combined with 2 recent examples.