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Two more rhino killed. Do we care?
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Two more rhino killed. Do we care?

[notice]Tourism professional Craig Duffield reports on the alarming slaughter of rhinos in South Africa by poachers, and asks whether we as Christians should care about this onslaught that threatens the survival of this species.[/notice] According to Kruger National Park spokesman, William Mabasa, people in a safari vehicle found the carcasses […]

Living with regrets
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Living with regrets

[notice]A fortnightly column by Anna Heydenrych.[/notice] I was driving on the freeway on my way to a meeting the other day. As I neared my destination, I wasn’t concentrating and I took the wrong off-ramp. This resulted in me driving for 10 kilometres in the wrong direction. I regretted my […]

The value of fresh perspective
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The value of fresh perspective

[notice]A fortnightly column by Anna Heydenrych.[/notice] I hope that you enjoyed a relaxing and refreshing break over the Christmas holidays. I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to travel to an exquisite little piece of Africa on the coast of Mozambique. I greatly appreciated the time spent far away […]

Sacrificing to the green gods
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Sacrificing to the green gods

[notice]The 17th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP17) is being held in Durban from November 28 to December 9. And to set the scene for this high profile international gathering, a multi faith rally and concert will be held at King’s Park Stadium on Sunday (November 27). Is the highly […]