I was always taught that we are because of the wider community that surrounds us. We pay much lip service to the concept of “motho ke motho ka batho”, but that is a reality of life.
To contribute to that community does not require much. For those who do not have money, there is time, work, or anything else non-financial at their disposal. For those with the financial means, it does not have to end there.
This is what I explored in my column in City Press’ 7 this last weekend… [more … 7]