This valuable report by Oxfam is an exploration of the problems caused by extreme inequality and the policy options governments can take to build a fairer world, with equal opportunities for us all. Kofi Annan, Chair of the Africa Progress Panel
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Stephen King once said “Books are a uniquely portable magic” and that magic was brought to Lerato House and the Baby Care Centre in early June 2016 by The Rotary Club Pretoria-West. A project initiated by Shingi Makoni, TLF’s executive assistant, having realised the gap that existed with regard to [...]
On every Friday after devotion, usually at around 10am, our community Isithebe is doing a Jumble Sale in front of the TLF building (Burgers Park Lane 288). We sell hoodies, dresses, shirts, t-shirts, beanies and a lot of other stuff for very reasonable prices. If you are interested feel free to come and check what [...]
This gathering inspires and reinvigorates urban practitioners, activists, citizens, scholars and students to love the city and celebrate God in the city. INTRO: The 11th Biennial Consultation on Urban Ministry pulls together urban practitioners, activists, ordinary citizens, academics and students for inspiration, reﬂection and reinvigoration. Committed to love the city and [...]
Christ taught us to love – not to love only those who look like us... believe like us... or do like us... but to love others like ourselves. Is it more important to be right, or could we possibly embrace and care without judgment?
We proudly announce the Feast Of The Clowns 2016 that will take place from 10 – 21st August 2016. The theme for 2016 is #WeMustRise: this year’s theme was inspired by the #must fall campaigns which emphasized the power of ordinary people, from below, to make change. The TLF community is rising in response to homelessness, [...]
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