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December 20th 2006
Updates from Norway, July - December 2006
Updates from Queenstown, September - December 2006

15th of August 2006
From March-July: The 5th update

5th of March 2006
Our fourth update: 2006- New year, new possibilities!

February 2006
One of the project coordinaters, Hilde Marie Kvarenes, was interviewed by a Norwegian online paper. You can read the article (in Nowegian) here.

4th of January 2006
Here it is: the third newsletter.

15th of November 2005
Read the Second newsletter from South Africa here.

25th of October 2005
We were in the paper, The Rep. See the article here .

3rd of October 2005
Letter of appreciation from the UBUNTU-project to our beloved friends in Norway and Denmark.
As we have been struggling here in Queenstown running After School Care Projects without financial support, it has been a pleasure, when we meet this great lady Nina Tanggaard, who came here through PASCaP. She supported us by offering to funds from you people! We know this soap-business will reduce the poverty and unemployment in our communities. It is in our great honor to thank and appreciate all of you for what you have done for us! We hope that we will keep on working together with you with the UBUNTU-project.

May the Almighty God bless all of you. From your beloved friends in Queenstown:
Andile Hoho
Mzwamadoda W. Poni
Ziyanda Madotyeni
Zukiswa Mgudlwa
Ntombizini Nqgola
Lindelwa Breakfast
Thumeka Mshweshwe
Ntombekaya Tonyela
Pamela Siziba

27th of september 2005
Read the first newsletter from South Africa here.

21th of July 2005
The UBUNTU web-paged is published for the first time. Made by Mari Kannelønning and Trine Natskaar.

19th of July 2005
Concert with RadioJam at Charlies Bar in Kristiansand to support the UBUNTU-project.

15th of July 2005
Summer-party in Kristiansand, arranged by Hilde Marie and Nina.

3rd of June 2005
Big culture-event at The National School of Social Work in Copenhagen to raise money for the UBUNTU-project. In cooperation with Save The Children Youth Organization and The Culture Mob there where concerts in live, DJ's from South Africa and Brazil and other activities.