Funeral and Burial of Baby Lynne

Today Nigel and I attended the funeral and the burial of  our blind friend, Sukoluhle’s little 10 month old baby, Lynne. After a very meaningful Methodist Church service to celebrate her short life, we travelled in a taxi together with relatives and close friends to the burial site in Soweto. Never seen so many, many small...

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3 Weeks in Hillbrow

Yesterday my good friend, Sukoluhle, from the Inner City, phoned to say she was coming to visit us at our Hillbrow flat. I was excited because her family were one of the catalysts to our move here, and I had wanted to be closer to precious people like her, so that we could visit each other in our homes and deepen our friendship.At...

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Why we moved to Hillbrow

Here is the beginning of an explanation on why we have moved to Hillbrow. Ghandi said “we must become the change we want to see in the world”. I want to see a world in which the rich do not tolerate extreme poverty and inequality. I want to see many people actually laying down their lives of comfort and convenience for...

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Legacy of 16 June 1976

Sacrifice rooted in love leaves a legacy. The only way to bring about lasting change is to live sacrificially. In fact the only way to challenge economic, political or religious power is though sacrifice. True authority comes through humble, loving sacrifice. Even if life itself is taken away, your life will continue to speak if...

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