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25-10-14: Six New Saturday Kids

Last week Saturday we started working with six new children from the Sandra Jones Centre! These kids are all between the ages of six and eight, so a few years younger than our first set of six girls. 128 more words

Healing With Horses

16-10-14: Two incredible moments

This Thursday we managed to capture two incredible moments on video to share with you…

The first is of Thobizitha. She has a condition called arthogryposis, which results in limited movement in her joints and some may even be frozen in one position. 99 more words


Africa Human Rights Day: Press Release

Africa Human Rights Day



21 October 2014

 In marking the African Human Rights Day, Abammeli BamaLungelo Abantu Human Rights Lawyers Network calls upon African States and African leaders to renew their commitment under the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights through genuine and full compliance with the recommendations of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights and fulfill the legitimate expectations of victims of human rights violations and the African people. 225 more words

Dentist Day at SEC

The dentist is in town! Fourteen of our horses had their teeth done – some of them needing it more than others!! Thank you Carel Vosloo for a wonderful job and good luck with the rest of your stay in Zimbabwe! 24 more words


Matabeleland’s tolerance now a liability

What Matabeleland cannot do now is run away from herself. We cannot avoid looking at ourselves and seeing how much we have let ourselves down; it is time we owned our problems and started working on solutions. 441 more words


15-10-14: Breaking out of the circle

Sometimes it’s good to break out of the circle, to change the routine, to travel a new route.

Our Wednesday group of kids from KGVI is very quick to learn the routine and pick up the exercises. 354 more words

Healing With Horses

Frequently asked Questions about Spot Fines

What are Spot Fines?
Spot Fines are issued for minor unlawful misdemeanours by a peace officer (usually a policeman) in cases where the offender admits guilt. 693 more words