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Richard van der Ross dies, aged 96

Cape Town – Professor Richard van der Ross, author, former teacher, anti-apartheid activist and Freeman of the City of Cape Town, has died at the age of 96. In a statement issued by Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille, Van … Continue reading

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Richard van der Ross dies, aged 96 | News24

Cape Town – Professor Richard van der Ross, author, former teacher, anti-apartheid activist and Freeman of the City of Cape Town, has died at the age of 96. In a statement issued by Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille, Van … Continue reading

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Mannie Jackson Center to host human rights advocate Naomi Tutu in speaker series

If you go: What: Special guest humanitarian, human rights activist Naomi Tutu for Mannie Jackson Center for the Humanities Foundation (MJCHF) annual Speaker Series, fundraiser When: Wednesday, March 28; cocktail reception begins at 5:30 p.m. Where: Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, … Continue reading

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Mannie Jackson Center to host human rights advocate Naomi Tutu in speaker series

If you go: What: Special guest humanitarian, human rights activist Naomi Tutu for Mannie Jackson Center for the Humanities Foundation (MJCHF) annual Speaker Series, fundraiser When: Wednesday, March 28; cocktail reception begins at 5:30 p.m. Where: Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, … Continue reading

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Video of the NHS England Board meeting – 30 November 2017

The NHS England Board meeting was broadcast live on 30 November as part of our commitment to make information as accessible as possible. You can now view a recording below:   Article source: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/NHSCBoard/~3/NnDN8BuTfNc/ Blog this! Recommend on Facebook Share … Continue reading

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NHS welcomes “important improvements” for race equality in health service workforce

The Chief Executive of NHS England has today welcomed signs of progress in tackling discrimination among health service staff, but warned of “hard work still ahead” in improving equality for all its workers. Simon Stevens’ comments come as the NHS … Continue reading

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MJCHF announces Naomi Tutu as special guest speaker

Caption Close EDWARDSVILLE, IL. December 13, 2017 – Mannie Jackson Center for the Humanities Foundation (MJCHF) announced today that humanitarian and human rights activist Naomi Tutu will be its special guest for the MJCHF® Annual Speaker Series and fundraiser scheduled for … Continue reading

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Esidimeni officials must be brought to book- Creecy

Gauteng Finance MEC Barbara Creecy has called for all those involved in the Life Esidimeni tragedy to be held accountable and answerable to ensure the families affected find closure. She said urgent steps needed to be taken to turn things … Continue reading

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NHS England warns of increased risk of heart attack and stroke in the days immediately following a cold snap

As temperatures reach below freezing, NHS England is today advising the public on ways of staying well this winter, as the number of people being admitted to AE is likely to increase significantly due to the cold weather. NHS England … Continue reading

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Unveiled: Johannesburg Gets Its Own Arch For ‘The Arch’ Desmond Tutu

Constitution Hill in Johannesburg, the seat of the Constitutional Court of South Africa, is now the new home of its own Arch for Arch, a commissioned architectural structure commemorating the work and life of one of South Africa’s most celebrated … Continue reading

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