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Ethics, Values and Clean living

“Ethical leadership is not an option but a national imperative”, Chief Justice Mogoeng has said this year on the 11th of April. Individuals, political leaders, business chambers and even church leaders are all crying out for a moral regeneration in South Africa.

I personally believe that South Africa is suffering from the Cremora-Effect. Everyone is looking for the solution at the wrong place; it’s not on top, it’s inside. We need to stop passing the hot potato and take personal responsibility for our own words, actions, and lives.

The Unashamedly Ethical (UE) campaign has done exactly that over the last 6 years, it is – challenging individuals, businesses, sport, education, government, non-profits, youth and churches to a lifestyle of ethics, values and clean living. We commend the Touching Africa Network of individuals, businesses and ministries who are working together to impact their communities, our nation and even the rest of Africa. Many associates of Touching Africa are already subscribers to the UE campaign of which the 10th commitment says the following:

To collaborate with our peers to impact our community and nation:

If you have not yet signed the UE commitment, go to on your smartphone, fill out the online commitment and get registered as a UE signatory. You are automatically listed with over 25 000 other individuals and you can register your business or organisation to join 5500 likeminded entities that are making a public stand for ethical values and clean living.

UE commends the work of Touching Africa and wants to congratulate you on the good work you are doing to touch the lives of people. Let’s keep on working together to uplift and support one another to build and establish the Kingdom of God on our wonderful continent.


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