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... lectures and having interaction. I see the importance of these training seminars as vital for our emerging and eager leadership. Lots of good comments about John Elliott's presentations in February.
Flip had to hurry off to the coal mine where he holds a very responsible position. It is one of the largest coal mines of its type in the world producing coal for power plants, metalurgy and export. It is in the process of multiplying ...
... as John and others spoke in their writings about those who would harm the church, so I don't feel so badly about voicing my observations. They really weren't polite either.
Overall it has been a wonderful trip both to be with all the people with whom I'm interfaced in Zambia, Zimbabwe and South Africa. The growth in the membership and leadership is more than I can express. We have lots to do to maintain these ...
... because I spent only two days here, one each book-ended around going on a four-day safari in Kruger National Park.
It is pretty, has a lot of old colonial buildings, and has most of the embassies. I stayed in Hatfield, a tony suburb where it felt completely safe to walk at night, except for every house having barbed wire, an electric fence, or ...
... the First Boer War, the city was besieged by Republican forces in December 1880 and March 1881. The peace treaty which ended the war was signed in Pretoria on 3 August 1881 at the Pretoria Convention.
The Second Boer War (1899 to ...
... it was closed during all of World Cup. We got a tour of the outside facilities which were very nice. I hope to return to the school to do some more interviews with teachers since I found it is a Dinaledi school. Dinaledi schools are part of a program to boost math and science achievement among students. I am thinking of investigating the Dinaledi program as part of my research here.