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    Kol isha dispute is settled out of court

    Jul 27, 2016 3 Comments
    a six-month long episode in the life of SA Jewry ended last night when the applicants in the Equality Court case where two Orthodox Jews (later joined by an interfaith group affiliated to Progressive Jewry) took up a position against the Cape Board over the issue of women singing at secular functions, reached an amicable out-of-court settlement. The spat ended when all parties in the hard-fought saga signed off on a negotiated settlement agreement. It is over, finish and klaar!
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    • Masinter

    ‘Vote for Kindness’ is what pol's should do

    Jul 27, 2016 Go comment!
    With the municipal elections around the corner - Wednesday, August 3 - each candidate has declared his or her manifesto, filled with promises of jobs, flushing toilets, service delivery and what the DA, ANC, EFF, ACDP, the Freedom Front Plus and other minor parties will do if South Africans vote them in.
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    • Jeff

    Striving towards a free and fair election

    Jul 27, 2016 Go comment!
    South Africa’s much anticipated local government elections are now just a few days away. As in previous years, the Board has run a multifaceted “Make Us Count” awareness and educational project to involve our Jewish community in the process.
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    • Saks

    Ambassador and rabbi cement relations with Namibia

    Jul 27, 2016 Go comment!
    Last week Thursday, non-resident Israeli Ambassador to Namibia Gershon Kedar, accompanied by Rabbi Moshe Silberhaft, spiritual leader and CEO of the African Jewish Congress, presented his credentials to President Hage Geingob at State House in Windhoek.
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