We might be law-abiding, but are we being ethical?

Those claiming the high ground are often hunters who chase fellow sinners, only with longer horns

17 March 2024 - 00:00 By BUSANI NGCAWENI

The search for saints among sinners in the broad church needs to acknowledge some harsh realities. First, the law sets the minimum standard of ethical conduct at the lowest point. We all defer to the rule of law not just to salvage ourselves from murky situations but also in stark recognition of the need for consistency and justice in the application of the set of rules...

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