Monthly Archive: November, 2012

Join Acacia Global for our Monkeybiz Sale

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On December 19, we’ll have more than 150 pieces of hand-beaded artwork for sale, just in time for your last minute holiday shopping. If you would like further information, send an email to… Continue reading

The Story of a Boy

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If you’re looking for a story with a happy ending, I’m not sure how this one will do. During a day spent with the Social Justice Coalition, Mandla Majola – the coordinator of… Continue reading

Neo and Me

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Here is what no one knows about Neo and me. When Neo was three years old, I was asked to attend a meeting to discuss his health. A social worker would be there,… Continue reading

Rent Boy on the Promenade

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A pedestrian promenade along the Atlantic Ocean is a popular destination for locals and visitors in Cape Town. The wide, paved walkway runs from the heart of the harbor at the V &… Continue reading

Meals on Wheels in Guguletu

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By Jane Letourneau This past August I received an email from a daughter of a friend telling me that my friend, her mother, Mary, had a stroke at the end of July.  She… Continue reading