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I was born in South Africa; I am only a second generation South African. I have 400+ years of American blood flowing through me. I have lived through and seen the utter devastation in my country and have lost much through the brutal violence in South Africa like so many of my fellow folk.
I do not have a fancy education but I am a giver, I live to serve my God and my people. I am involved with South African Family Relief Project. I am directly responsible for clothing and feeding White South African Families that are in crisis.
My name is Niall Mac Áibaicín and I currently live in Co. Donegal, Ireland. I lived in South Africa for approximately 20 years until the end of 2009 and worked as a financial and budgets manager as well as an academic director in universities within South Africa, Switzerland and Germany. My area of academic work was in Strategic Management and Organizational Behavior. I specialized in Leadership and Emotional Intelligence. The last few years of my time in South Africa were spent working as a volunteer for an Irish government funded organization in KwaZulu-Natal setting up clinics for HIV, Aids and TB within a squatter camp and in a remote rural area.
Having married in South Africa and with two children who were born there, all of whom are now, thankfully, living in Ireland, I developed a great love for South African and its entire people. On the other hand I am glad that we do not live there any longer, given the rapid increase in rates of violence and murder within South African society.
Join host Ja'Vonne Harley on a once in a lifetime journey thru South Africa. She is joined by The Doug Banks Radio Show as well as 140 travelers from all over the US. This specially designed trip by Advantage International with South Africa Tourism and SAA visits Cape Town, Robben Island, the Cape Peninsula, The Limpopo Ragion, Johannesburg, Soweto and Sandton. Share the experience with all of them as they enjoy history, culture, cuisine and game drives. Hear why South Africa is a TOP destination.
You toss, you turn, you can't sleep. That's what happens. Instead of your mind spinning with a story, it is spinning with a situation at hand. Recently Permuted Press made an announcement to thier authors on changes in the company. Two of which, pushed back release dates and the decsion to publish print books on a case by case basis. Still, carrying, however, all titles in ebook form.
Permuted has given authors a chance to opt out if they are not happy with the changes.
Suffice to say some are not happy and some support it. Some opted out, some stayed.
Blog world on fire, specualtion abound, names are being called and enemies made ... whoa whoa ... time out.
Both sides of the story need presented in the same place.
Factual and reasonable, we will have an open discussion about the changes that were announced. How do you feel? How does it affect you? What would you like to se happenand what is a reasonable solution to it all. Were they right or were they wrong.
This is an invitation to all parties. Both sides, for against, nuetral. State your opinion.
*Please remember we are going for a calm discussion (if possible) and encourage all who call in and participate to hold back any name calling.
Welcome to Africa in Motion International. I am your humble host Elonge Ekalele.
Elonge...Host Africa in Motion "has brought dignity and civility back to public discurse..."
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My show has always been aired in Albany New York. Now it is Worldwide. I am happy to meet u. U will not be disappointed. Keep in touch from today, every thursday from 8 - 10 pm. lets keep our hopes alive. We are family from now on.
You the listeners are the expert of the show. You know how you feel about issues.
It is a call in show where your voice counts. Everyone has a voice.
Today my producers are leting me speak about ebola in west africa, pay homage to a great African historian who just past away. Also my forcuss will be about u and l, how we disregard the voice of the people, through the constitution of an organisation, our homeland and more.
Get ready, here l come.
The truth shall always set u free.
Join host Natalie Young brodacasting from Liberia West Africa discussing Ebola with Pastor Nyanford Gibson on RHL Ministry Radio's weekly broadcast "THE POWER OF PERSUASION " The apostle and his brethren used every argument and persuasion, to lead men to believe in the Lord Jesus, and to act as his disciples. Their zeal and diligence were for the glory of God and the good of the church. ~2 Corinthians 5:12~
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"In 20 years South Africa has went from one of the safest countries in the world to only a few steps away from a 3rd world Hell Hole in which a girl has a better chance of being raped than she does graduating High School."
Johnny is a native Tennessean who currently resides in the Philadelphia, Pa
Metropolitan area and has been a civil rights activist for the ethnic minorities in South Africa for a year. He is the author of thenewsouthafricasgenocide.org. Johnny also collaborates with other civil rights voices for ethnic minorities in South Africa including Adriana Stuijit of censorbugbear.org, Brendi Richards Admin at Facebook group the truth about south Africa Facebook and Chris Du Plessis of Oase who videotaped the popular videos of Dr Gregory Stanton of genocidewatch.com speaking of the genocide in South Africa when Dr Stanton came to South Africa to investigate and report on the genocide that is being perpetrated against the ethnic minority citizens of South Africa. Johnny traveled to South Africa in the beginning of 2014 to see the situation on the ground where he networked with others involved in exposing the human rights abuses of the ethnic minorities there. Johnny has currently teamed up with several other South African civil rights activists to get a census of the total number of ethnic minorities living in squatter camps in South Africa.