I don’t usually add my voice to the political arena but with the state of our nation it’s become impossible to stay silent. Please watch to the end and add YOUR voice to stop the slow, steady destruction of our beautiful country and bring about the change we so desperately need. There [Read more]
My thanks and tribute to the women of South Africa this Women's Day.
If every man in South Africa made this commitment now, we would turn our nation around overnight.
Today I conducted my first live "What's Your Burning Dad Question?" session. These are the questions I responded to: " As a father of two kids, aged ten and seven, I'd like to know how to not let stress about financial issues and what is currently happening in the world not get [Read more]
A week into #lockdown, here are five great ways to help you as a dad not only stay sane, but be a real blessing and source of strength to your family during this crazy time.
In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, motivational speakers Billy Selekane and Craig Wilkinson have an important and inspiring message for the men of South Africa.
Craig and Khalil discuss how we can break out of the man-made construct of racism, embrace our humanity and build a great society together.
There is always a second chance. No matter where you are, what you’ve done, what life has thrown at you – there is hope.
Khalil shares his most profound epiphany from his time in prison: “I realised that I was incarcerated before I ever went to prison and if that was the case I knew that I could be free before I was released.” Very few people unlock the full potential that lies within them – [Read more]
The quality of the people we have mentoring us plays a huge role in the level of excellence we achieve. Every man and every woman needs mentors in their lives. Sadly, there is a lack of great mentors and role models.
This video was made in 2016. Racism and how we identify ourselves as human first is a very important topic to me. Sadly, events at the time this video was made had freshly resurfaced the issue of racism South Africa. Here are myself and Candice Mama's thoughts on the subject. Where do [Read more]