SA Quaker News, September 2022, now available

The latest SA Quaker News, Number 250, published in September 2022 is now available from the link below.

SA Quaker News — September 2022

The issue has a large focus on Ubuntu, the theme for the SAYM Yearly Meeting coming up in January 2023, including photographs from Susan Winters’ 30-years of capturing images of a Southern African phenomenon for which she did not previously have a word.

The contents are as follows:

Southern Africa’s Gift to the World — Gregory Mthembu-Salter

Testimony: Sheldon Weeks


Caring for Creation — Amanda Gibberd

Blessed be the Fruit — Bronwen Ellis

Poverty in Zimbabwe — Phillemon Chirimambowa

Confession of a reluctant Quaker — Michael Sperger 


River Rescue, Part 2 — Helen Holleman

Young Friends AVP workshop — Kopane Moteane & Ruvimbo Kadungura

The FAU in South Africa, Part 2 — Anthony Barlow

Easter Egg hunt — Cecilia Nkesi & Khosi Sekoere

The Yvonne Pickering Kindergarten — Enid Ellis


Flock to Marion Island — Justine Limpitlaw

More images of Ubuntu — Susan Winters

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