Blog Category: Sibanye

Final Thoughts from Our Sibanye Team

Welcome home to our Sibanye Team!  Here are some thoughts they have to share with us....Read More

Before and After: A New Reading Room!

Enjoy these photos of the new reading room at Seki Women's Foundation...     ...Read More

Such Appetite

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.&rdqu...Read More

What Do You Think About Fish?

Today's school visit was loads different than our first two schools. We were hosted by ou...Read More

God's Kingdom

Today we had the incredible opportunity to visit an elephant park. We were all amazed by t...Read More

A Reading Nation is a Successful Nation

"A reading nation is a successful nation." - Madiba (Nelson Mandela) First, a little ...Read More

Arrival and Worship in South Africa

The Red Clay team arrived safely yesterday in South Africa where our friends greeted them at the airport and presented them with new Sibanye shirts. This morning, they worshiped at at Semple Memorial in Zwelitsha, South Africa....Read More

Keeping Room for the Unimaginable

I am a last-minute packer. This accounts, at least in part, for the fact that I had an em...Read More

Sibanye 2012: April 21-30

For 10 days in late April, we will welcome South Africans, Unathi Mlisa and Elethu Gantsho, ...Read More


Just a brief post to let everyone know that we are home, safe and sound! Looking forward to...Read More


There is a hymn that Xhosa churches sing every Sunday after the first scripture reading, it ...Read More

Sibanye: Photos from March 17

  See all trip updates 'blog style'   Find the latest updates at...  ...Read More

Tall Poppies

Today we learned about something called “tall poppy syndrome”. A “tall po...Read More

Magnificent Extremes

South Africa is a place of magnificent extremes. In one minute you can be seeing the most...Read More

The Gift of Life

“Oh God, thank you for the gift of life...” I start so many prayers that way. ...Read More

Unjani - "How are you?"

There was a little girl waiting for us outside of the Seki Women's Foundation when we arrive...Read More

Sianithanda - "We love you!"

Above: This is the congregation we worshiped with at j.y. hliso. When they meet someone new ...Read More


This group of young people met us at the airport. They we're part of the youth exchange I le...Read More

Good News, Bad News

Well, the good news is we've landed! the bad news is that we missed our connector in Jo'burg...Read More

Heading to South Africa

We have made it through security at JFK! After a warm (read: sarcasm) new York welcome from ...Read More

Sibanye Updates

Here you'll find the latest updates on our Sibanye team's visit to South Africa....Read More

"These children belong to no one."

It will be this sentiment that echoes in my mind as I travel to South Africa with seven oth...Read More