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Local Economic Development in Lamontville

CAST recently hosted a Graduation Day for participants who successfully completed the Business Growth Course in Lamontville. Four of the ladies in this programme are part of a Sewing & Support Group launched this year at Lamontville Baptist Church, and spoke about how their lives have changed since joining CAST: 797 more words

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Pray For Yugan

Want to escape poverty? Replace pictures of Jesus with Xi Jinping, Christian villagers urged

I have to share this news article with you today (see link above) as a reminder of how blessed we are in the western world compared to other countries around the world. 232 more words

Be Grateful

Moving Beyond Charity: Making a Spiritual Impact

During the past month, CAST has witnessed tremendous spiritual growth in the lives of our participants, both through special events and regular programming.

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Nicholas gives direction to career path

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Aspiring Filmmakers

In Her Own Words: Rita Mkhize

By Thandi Gova

Recently, CAST had the chance to hear from fifty-seven year old Rita Mkhize from Appelsbosch, who shared her story of transformation:

“One afternoon, I was sitting at home ‘bored’ as young people say and I saw ladies carrying parcels that looked the same. 490 more words

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Dudu's Story

Dudu’s Story

By Rolan Gulston

In 2005, at the age of 42, Dudu Hlongwane was one of only two survivors in a fatal taxi accident. After spending six months at a rehabilitation centre, Dudu was diagnosed with a T-12 level spinal injury which has left her paralysed from the waist-down. 356 more words

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Ayanda's Story

Ayanda’s Story

By Rolan Gulston

Two years ago, twenty-nine year old Ayanda Mkhwanazi would never have envisioned that soon, he would be the proud owner of a maize meal production company. 1,045 more words

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