Monthly Archives: August 2018

Christ: The Perfect Model

I once sat in front of Christus, a 19th century Carrara marble statue of the resurrected Jesus by Bertel Thorvaldsen. It is a beautiful thing to behold. I have asked my self after seeing the Christus whether our Lord actually resembled the Christus when he walked the dusty street of Nazareth. Perhaps Prophet Isaiah was referring to his physical appearance ... Read More »

Don’t fly under the radar

I visited Kerry APMEA-SSA (a multinational food company into food ingredients and flavor manufacturing) with few of our undergraduate and postgraduate students not too long ago. The purpose of the visit was to show the students the company’s well equipped and automated flavor labs in addition to their other product development labs. The visit also provided an opportunity for SAAFoST ... Read More »

The Great Antidepressant

After a foremost South African researcher, clinical and medical cardiologist of world standing committed suicide at the age of 51 few days ago, doctors came out to raise the seriousness of depression in their line of duty. Dr Alastair McAlpine who at the age of 21, halfway through his medical training, found himself in a psychiatric hospital for depression and ... Read More »

Add value to others from your optimum place

We all love good stories because they inspire us and give us pictures of who we aspire to be. This week, I want to share John Maxwell’s life story about the importance of adding value to others from our optimum place. John writes: “It was the worst day of my young life as a pastor when one of the board ... Read More »