The Sarva Dharma Ashram in Welbedacht, Chatsworth was founded 10 years ago by Swami Ramkripananda Saraswathi. Sarva Dharma in essence means embracing all in unity of faiths.
Everyone knows a free cellphone is not really free, but it has always seemed impossible to figure out what you are really paying. The book ‘How to Buy a Cellphone in South Africa’ guides consumers through the traps and tricks of the industry.
By Satyagraha Reporters South Africans are furious over a power crisis in the country which has had detrimental effects on business and householders. The government has warned that the electricity crisis could take years to resolve.
Satyagraha ReportersCrime and violence in schools threaten the safety and well-being of our youth. A study on security in Durban schools found that schools are places where drugs, thugs, and weapons move as freely through the gates as the pupils.
Compiled by Indhrannie Pillay In keeping with our features on the road and street name changes of memorable icons in South African history, this month we feature Masabalala “Bonnie” Yengwa. NMR Avenue in Durban is now known as Masabalala Yengwa Avenue.
By Satyagraha ReporterIn the past decade, there have been many efforts and initiatives by government, education institutions, business and local communities, to protect the environment. The time has come for our communities, and especially young people, to take a keener interest in helping save our planet.
The annual Mahatma Gandhi Speech and Essay Contest was held in March 2008 at the Durban University of Technology (DUT). The competition which was hosted by Satyagraha and the Gandhi Development Trust (GDT) was sponsored by the Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs – Government of India.
By Satyagraha Reporter Since last year the World Conference on Religions for Peace (WCRP) has taken the initiative to bring together some of the most senior leaders of the various religions in Sri Lanka. This little beautiful island has been bleeding for the past just under 50 years with internal strife.
Shaji John KA study says that the world has never faced such a predictably massive threat to food production as that posed by the melting glaciers of Asia.Shrinking Himalayan glaciers are going to turn Chinese and Indian rivers like the Ganga and the Yangtze into seasonal rivers that dry up in summers and could eventually