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Fighting back without hate

In 1975 everything was going well for a singer called Thandie Klaasen. She was climbing up the ladder quickly. She was making it.

Then suddenly her whole world fell apart. 1,206 more words

Arts And Culture

Missing Africa

If you’re looking for the complete coastal forest experience, Tsitsikamma, in the Eastern Cape has to be on the top of your list. Walk through the ancient forest, chill on the beaches, kayak up rivers and hike some of the most famous trails… 566 more words

Travel

Friend of sinners, outcasts, and justice workers

Our Gospel reading (Lk 19:1-10) contains the story of Zacchaeus, the chief tax collector and social outcast.  It shows us the Jesus who is a friend of sinners and the outcast; also, Jesus as a friend of justice and peace in our local community. 997 more words

Sermons

One Night on San Carlos

One night on San Carlos

Listen now to the misshapen tall tale about how my five lettered name came to be. A Zulu horn player and his chanteuse troubadoured through the streets of San Fran and came upon our house to jam and graze through the grass. 167 more words

Poetry

MEET MIAGI'S FEATURED ARTISTS

This tour is rather special as unlike many of their previous tours, MIAGI has collaborated with a few up an coming vocalists from South Africa. With very different musical backgrounds, they have so much to add to the already vibrant dynamic of the MIAGI Youth Orchestra and the music they’ve become so well known for. 520 more words

MIAGI

#MONDAYMUSIC 3 OCT

We love it when old school and new school come together to create something that will stand the test of time. Our track today does just that, bringing together the legendary, Hugh Masekela with the hottest vocalist in SA at the moment, front-man J’Something.

MusicMondays

Old School Meets New School: Hugh Masekela & J'Something Of Mi Casa Take On The #EveryTerrain Challenge

The power of music! The hunky J’ Something and the legendary Hugh Masekela recently showed what it is like when the older and younger generation unite through music. 50 more words

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