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One Sangoma (witch doctor) church, one mechanic business, and one house were removed from the Zola Montessori Preschool site and we are ready to roll. It was a 10 month wait. The size of the land is 1407sqm, 15144sqf and 425평.
on Feb 18, 2013 06:31 pm


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When the young children get the chips, they throw it to the ground and stomp on it. Then, the bag pops open. When they usually don't have older ones or adults around to look after them, they adapt. I hope they grow up believing that Jesus died for them.
on Feb 16, 2013 09:24 pm


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We went to the other side of the road to have the Zola children's church under the shade. The Sun was too strong for the younger ones. After we finished handing out chips, one middle-aged lady came to us and asked for some. I politely said, "Sorry mama, the chips are for the children." From the following week, we were banned from having the children's church on that side. God bless her.
on Feb 16, 2013 09:15 pm


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As I was getting into the car in my garage, they asked me, "Where are you going, Mr Jung?" I replied, "I'm going to Khayelitsha." They asked again, "Where is karicha?" Every child has lots to learn about the world. It is a privilege that we get to teach them about God's love before they learn about the world. A privilege that many children don't get to enjoy.
on Feb 16, 2013 09:05 pm


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This is Sam. He was abandoned and adopted by current parents. I have known that his new parents do not provide any care and misuse the child support, usually for drinking. I have been asking him if he needed anything for the last two years, but his replies have been consistently "Don't worry about it, Mr Jung." We made him to accept a pair of school shoes for last Christmas. May be he likes the attention that he gets from us more than the gift.
on Feb 16, 2013 08:57 pm


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This poster was around Zola last week. He was promising miracles and healing to the people in the township. People has been disappointed by many prophets and healers, but they get excited to every new one that comes to town.
on Feb 16, 2013 07:05 pm


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Papama was grumpy when I went to see her at school. It was her school's atheletic day. She didn't have any lunch money for all week and it was especially tough during atheletic day. She started smiling after she ate two hotdogs I bought her.
on Feb 04, 2013 09:19 pm


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