Motlanthe punts ubuntu as moral guide
Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe has called on South Africans to help build a successful nation by adhering to strong moral values. Motlanthe said this when he addressed delegates at a two-day provincial social cohesion and moral regeneration summit in Mahikeng on Monday. He said citizens should desist from making poverty an excuse to commit crime.
Culture is a historical phenomenon which is driven by the manner in which society produces and distributes the means to support life,” he said. He said that togetherness in society should be central to the idea of enforcing moral decency that ensures the spirit of ubuntu spreads through communities.... Read the full, comprehensive news article and discuss at The New Age Online