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SONA response: Economic revival needs to benefit the poor

SONA response: Economic revival needs to benefit the poor

FRIDAY, 8 FEBRUARY, 2019 I For immediate release The Salvation Army has welcomed President Ramaphosa’s commitment to reviving the economy, but warned that its benefits need to flow to the poor and unemployed of the country. In his state of the nation address last night, the President gave substantial attention to his and government’s plans to… Continue Reading

New homes for fire victims

New homes for fire victims

TUESDAY, 4 DECEMBER, 2018 I For immediate release Two families whose houses were destroyed in the devastating fires of mid-2017 will soon receive brand new homes donated by the Salvation Army. The families were among those whose homes were destroyed during the fires that raged through the Garden Route. At the time, the Salvation Army… Continue Reading

The Reporter – Spring 2018

The Reporter – Spring 2018

When a mother and her kids have been through the trauma of abuse, and are still in a state of shock and fear, when even a slightly raised voice can turn them into quivering wrecks, their transformation when they come to Carehaven is almost miraculous. At this Salvation Army shelter for abused women and their… Continue Reading

The Reporter – Autumn 2018

The Reporter – Autumn 2018

  That’s a pretty sharp description of The Salvation Army Montpelier Corps (church) in Durban − a hive of non-stop activity, helping an unceasing flood of humanity desperately in need of care and assistance. At 6:45a.m. it’s as if a hot, wet blanket’s been wrapped around you, it’s already that hot and humid in Durban… Continue Reading

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