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... and soon the whole tour party were court side playing a small beach volleyball tournament. The standard of play increased as the games got more competitive with Sam and Jake thriving off their longer playing time. Late afternoon we left the HPC for Ellis Park in Johannesburg for the Super 15 rugby match between the Lions and the Sharks. After getting through the traffic and finding our ...
... Zimbabwe we have 51 and with the Kingdom of God seminars and Good News and literature distribution, it promises to rise. All this is so encouraging. Now, I turn my attention on South Africa.
I had to fill out a breakfast requisition before going to bed. All the forms were in Russian. Why was this? Maybe the Wallis's who arranged this place mentioned that I was Russian. I checked off the items I wanted and asked for 8 am.
When I awoke, ...
... and children play soccer on open fields. Kids there aren’t that much different from America because they sing and dance, they play strategy games, they play games similar to tag, jump rope, and many other things to do. Children also like to socialize and they attend traditional festivals, parties, movie theatres, dancing, libraries, and parks. Most rural citizens wear colorful outfits and headdresses. Women wear scarves or headdresses on their heads ...
Instead of opting for the usual route to Australia via Asia, we decided on spending Easter sponging off the Ewing's in Pretoria!
Apart from sleeping late, eating out at lovely restaurants, drinking fine wine and doing last minute shopping, we also had a few slightly more taxing things to do during our 12 days in Africa:
The first of which was a off-road training session with SA Adventure, near Hartbeespoort dam. Given we ...
Today we had the pleasure of meeting and talking to Emma Mashinini, a labor activist during the struggle. She is now 81 years old. She spoke of how she got involved in the labor movement in south Africa. It wasn’t until 1956 that blacks were allowed in unions and even then it was mostly frowned upon. The apartheid government was not keen on letting blacks get organized and meet together and they knew that unions would be a place where ...