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She added: “That said, this simply isn’t good enough. I’m sure people can appreciate that given that only skeleton staff have been based at the town hall this week, this oversight occurred. “Ordinarily we pride ourselves on the high standards we set and the welcome that the public and visitors are given in what is a beautiful building. “I must again stress that this food was left over and was not intended for consumption when the photos were taken. I’d like to thank the individual who brought this to our attention and can confirm that it was disposed of swiftly. What is a Cookie. What is a Flash Cookie. Can I opt out of receiving Cookies. About our Cookies Cookies are small data files which are sent to your browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome etc) from a website you visit. They are stored on your electronic device. This is a type of cookie which is collected by Adobe Flash media player (it is also called a Local Shared Object) - a piece of software you may already have on your electronic device to help you watch online videos and listen to podcasts. Yes there are a number of options available, you can set your browser either to reject all cookies, to allow only "trusted" sites to set them, or to only accept them from the site you are currently on. However, please note - if you block/delete... The types of cookies we, our ad network and technology partners use are listed below:. Revenue Science Source: www.shieldsgazette.com
Charity is an peculiar thing. It can mean a donation, or time, even a service. But it also costs as little as a smile. in essence, all it is, is an act of kindness towards someone in need. And there are so many people in need here in South Africa and elsewhere: on the streets, in old-age homes or in the squatter camps that pepper the periphery of suburbs and townships. There is so much to do, and fix. But where do you start. And who do you trust. Crucially, how do you help. Well, you can start here. The DAILY VOX TEAM has rounded up Eight organisations across South Africa that deserve your time, effort and money, and if you can - your dedication. FEED (Feed, Empower, Educate, Develop), Johannesburg. As well as feeding people through food drives, FEED also aims to empower children, especially girls, across Johannesburg. The organisation has created self-sustaining gardens and has hosted film screenings to raise money for basic essentials, like sanitary towels and school shoes. At the Adelaide Tambo School for disabled kids, FEED has even raised funds to build classrooms. Admin costs are kept to a bare minimum. aside from the cooking and rental for a property, all income received is used for the greater good of the organisation. FEED asks for goods to be donated for projects though cash donations, as well as more volunteers to help with the growing demand, are always welcomed. - Aaisha Dadi Patel. How to help FEED. Contact Farida Meer, 082 786 0413. Banking details: FEED, Absa Rosebank, Acc no. : 9267387561, Ref: type of donation (Zakaat, Lillah, Sadqa). Trinity Clinic, Johannesburg. Located in inner city Johannesburg, Trinity Clinic was established in 2004 by a group of medical students who saw a need for healthcare among the homeless in the inner city, and founded Trinity Health Services together with the Holy Trinity... Some years later, the clinic closed down due to registration issues. These have since been resolved and the clinic is now reopening. Organisers say it will provide health care to the homeless in Braamfontein through a student-run initiative. The clinic will operate on Monday from 6. 30pm to 8. 30pm, concurrently with the church's weekly soup kitchen. services such as free healthcare and access to social workers will be available. Medical students will. Source: allafrica.com
A Pokeno property, which was planned to house intellectually disabled adults, has been stripped bare by thieves less than one week before its tenants were meant to move in. The rural Hitchens Rd house had been under renovations and was nearly... The thieves also smashed the kitchen pantry to remove the large wall-mounted oven. Pokeno Community Constable Richard Wright said the offenders seemed to know when the best time to strike the house was. "The house has been completely searched indicating the offenders have had time to walk around the property at will," he said. "With the number of items taken it clearly shows there were a number of crooks requiring some muscle power and a large truck or van for transportation. Wright said it was a big blow to the trust which owned the property. "They were ready to move in in about a week but now it is back to the drawing board again," he said. Police were still investigating the case and were reviewing CCTV footage from nearby buildings. Wright said they were following a couple of leads. "We are just waiting for DNA results to come back from a couple of gloves which were left there," he said. If you were in the Hitchens Rd area between June 12 and June 16 and saw any large suspicious vehicles or any suspicious individuals, contact the Pukekohe Police Station or anonymously call CrimeStoppers on 0800-555-111. - Stuff. Source: www.stuff.co.nz
Children play in a park in Gorton near Manchester - a city predicted to become off limits to families on benefits. Photograph: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images. Patrick Butler Social policy editor and George Arnett. Monday 20 July 2015 10.08 EDT Last
Thomasina Miers' roast aubergines with Szechuan fragrant pork: 'A pretty spectacular dish.' Photograph: Louise Hagger for the Guardian. Food styling: Emily Kydd. Thomasina Miers · @thomasinamiers. Saturday 18 July 2015 03.00 EDT Last modified on
The rectangular tray is sensibly laid-out, including a cutlery well. That may sound like a banal point, but try tossing a supermarket salad bowl with a cheap, bendy fork and you will get it everywhere. Trust me. The cashew topping on the quinoa is a
The employee who discovered the food said: “I was at the town hall on Monday and found the food in the disabled toilets. “I couldn't believe it. It was quickly removed but I was absolutely appalled. “You can even see the plastic cutlery at the back in
The organisation has created self-sustaining gardens and has hosted film screenings to raise money for basic essentials, like sanitary towels and school shoes. At the Adelaide Tambo School for disabled kids, FEED has even raised funds to build classrooms.
RT @redshira: https://t.co/8aIcACfA27 £36 inc. p&p for 1 knife, 1 fork, 1 spoon, 1 tspn. Ugly, too. Disabled ppl too poor for this shit but… 07/01/17, @onesidedswedge
And I still have to pay a ridiculous sum for horrible cutlery because disabled people don't deserve nice, affordable things, apparently. 07/01/17, @redshira
RT @redshira: https://t.co/8aIcACfA27 £36 inc. p&p for 1 knife, 1 fork, 1 spoon, 1 tspn. Ugly, too. Disabled ppl too poor for this shit but… 07/01/17, @micheinnz
https://t.co/8aIcACfA27 £36 inc. p&p for 1 knife, 1 fork, 1 spoon, 1 tspn. Ugly, too. Disabled ppl too poor for this shit but have no choice 07/01/17, @redshira
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