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Lessons SA unions should look to

Learning from the mistakes of others, and being aware of the basis of those mistakes, helps us not to repeat the same errors. This is something to which those individuals, groups and unions now agitating to move South Africa onto a new political trajectory via a trade union supported political party would do well to pay heed. 584 more words

Inside Labour Column

Canada and Zambia Lead United Nations Efforts to End Child, Early and Forced Marriage


Canada and Zambia Lead United Nations Efforts to End Child, Early and Forced Marriage


OTTAWA, Canada, November 24, 2014/African Press Organization (APO)/ — Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird issued the following statement on a resolution led by Canada and Zambia on child, early and forced marriage at the United Nations that was adopted by the Third Committee this morning: 133 more words


Review: Dreams by Gotthard Rosner, Bernhard Udelhoven and Patrick Mumbi

The full title of this book is Dreams: Where do Biblical, Zambian, and Western Approaches Meet?  Published by FENZA (Faith and Encounter Centre in Zambia), a Catholic organization, this book is about different approaches to dream interpretation.   791 more words


How the Hell Did I Get Here?

Last week I booked a last minute trip to Victoria Falls and Chobe National Park where I swam in Devil’s Pool, went on a 3 day 2 night camping safari and enjoyed the company of friends, new and old. 904 more words

Being 20

In early February, 2015, I will be turning 70.

I’ve been thinking a great deal about this milestone. I’m pretty sure 70 is not considered young or even middle-aged by anyone under, well, 70! 291 more words


Building the future of Lilayi

STU graduate Patricia Ellsworth is raising money to help build a school for hundreds of Zambian children who can’t access education. She and other Canadian volunteers started a non-profit organization called Friends for Zambia, raising $800,000 for the project. 519 more words