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Born To Serve

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“He is constantly driven by his commitment to children in need.” Tanya PintoThe many years of Walter Middleton’s generous and active engagement with well-known humanitarian aid organisations, such as CARE and World Vision International, proved to be of critical importance on his journey to becoming an ordained deacon in the Church. Archbishop B F Collaço, Apostolic Nuncio, Rome, Italy.Walter knew hunger as a child and was driven by the aspiration that no child should go to bed hungry. He dedicated his life to fulfilling that aspiration, by becoming a leading global expert on food aid. Ken Casey, World Vision International
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Born To Serve

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“He is constantly driven by his commitment to children in need.” Tanya PintoThe many years of Walter Middleton’s generous and active engagement with well-known humanitarian aid organisations, such as CARE and World Vision International, proved to be of critical importance on his journey to becoming an ordained deacon in the Church. Archbishop B F Collaço, Apostolic Nuncio, Rome, Italy.Walter knew hunger as a child and was driven by the aspiration that no child should go to bed hungry. He dedicated his life to fulfilling that aspiration, by becoming a leading global expert on food aid. Ken Casey, World Vision International
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My Career in Nursing: What a Journey!

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Always aiming to improve the quality of her service to her patients, Nthabiseng embarked on several professional courses, starting with Midwifery and Paediatrics and picking up a BA Cur and Master’s degree along the way, as well as qualifications in Infection Control and Biotechnics. This constant drive to improve herself, and her commitment to care for her patients (instilled by her mother) led to her receiving numerous awards and rising to senior management positions in the Public Health Sector. Following her retirement from the Public Sector in 2008, she worked with a number of Health NGOs in support of Public Sector health Districts with regard to HIV and Antiretroviral rollout programmes, and was closely involved with those NGOs’ support efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic. Nthabiseng has served on a number of boards and Committees, including the Nursing Association, which is now DENOSA, as well as the Cancer Association, the Lesedi Centre of Hope for HIV Management Committee, the Victim Empowerment Centre, and the Nursing Council Appeal Committee. She is a devout Catholic, and a long-standing and active member of the Catholic Women’s League.
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My Career in Nursing: What a Journey!

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Always aiming to improve the quality of her service to her patients, Nthabiseng embarked on several professional courses, starting with Midwifery and Paediatrics and picking up a BA Cur and Master’s degree along the way, as well as qualifications in Infection Control and Biotechnics. This constant drive to improve herself, and her commitment to care for her patients (instilled by her mother) led to her receiving numerous awards and rising to senior management positions in the Public Health Sector. Following her retirement from the Public Sector in 2008, she worked with a number of Health NGOs in support of Public Sector health Districts with regard to HIV and Antiretroviral rollout programmes, and was closely involved with those NGOs’ support efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic. Nthabiseng has served on a number of boards and Committees, including the Nursing Association, which is now DENOSA, as well as the Cancer Association, the Lesedi Centre of Hope for HIV Management Committee, the Victim Empowerment Centre, and the Nursing Council Appeal Committee. She is a devout Catholic, and a long-standing and active member of the Catholic Women’s League.
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My Journey

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Tales from an Unmapped Country

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“I have an idea,” said Kain. “You must go and visit my old village. Because why? Because you are always travelling and talking to people. When you come back you will be able to tell me the truth, but not to hurt my heart. You will tell me and I will be pleased to hear, but I don’t want to go there again myself, it will make my heart too sore.” Both journeys offer up wonderful insights into places and people, and into the persona and character of the author.
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Tales from an Unmapped Country

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“I have an idea,” said Kain. “You must go and visit my old village. Because why? Because you are always travelling and talking to people. When you come back you will be able to tell me the truth, but not to hurt my heart. You will tell me and I will be pleased to hear, but I don’t want to go there again myself, it will make my heart too sore.” Both journeys offer up wonderful insights into places and people, and into the persona and character of the author.
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The Nunan Line in South Africa

Published on May 2023
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Throw Off The Bowlines

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As Doug puts it: “As I stood on the deck at the start of our first solo voyage, with the Sugar Loaf Mountain passing on our starboard side, I thought, ‘How did the five of us come to be facing the huge Atlantic Ocean all alone?’ ” The story of this epic adventure is wonderfully and intimately told through the medium of dozens of letters the couple wrote home to concerned and disbelieving parents back in South Africa. Storms and even hurricanes, many windless and frustrating days, stunningly beautiful anchorages and islands, eccentric fellow “yachties”, close encounters with the Queen, Princess Margaret and Robert de Niro, vexatious bureaucrats, a robust social life while in port, (even a revolution!) and the challenges of feeding, raising and educating three lively and energetic young children within the confines of a 16 m yacht, are all part of this great story. The adventure ends when Gaucho is sold in St Thomas, US Virgin Islands, in 1979, and the family returns to a “normal” life in South Africa, having forged a bond often denied most families.
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Throw Off The Bowlines

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As Doug puts it: “As I stood on the deck at the start of our first solo voyage, with the Sugar Loaf Mountain passing on our starboard side, I thought, ‘How did the five of us come to be facing the huge Atlantic Ocean all alone?’ ” The story of this epic adventure is wonderfully and intimately told through the medium of dozens of letters the couple wrote home to concerned and disbelieving parents back in South Africa. Storms and even hurricanes, many windless and frustrating days, stunningly beautiful anchorages and islands, eccentric fellow “yachties”, close encounters with the Queen, Princess Margaret and Robert de Niro, vexatious bureaucrats, a robust social life while in port, (even a revolution!) and the challenges of feeding, raising and educating three lively and energetic young children within the confines of a 16 m yacht, are all part of this great story. The adventure ends when Gaucho is sold in St Thomas, US Virgin Islands, in 1979, and the family returns to a “normal” life in South Africa, having forged a bond often denied most families.
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Township God

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Here Noonan candidly shares his priesthood with the reader. He also tells how the poor and marginalised of the world taught church and development workers so much. He describes vividly a frightening confrontation with the paranormal, being traumatised during the baptism of 29 infants, and waking up to the sound of bullets crashing through the window of his house. You will witness, awestruck, his angry conversations with God in a darkened church. This is a difficult book to define - you will search in vain for a storyline, or even a timeline, but it takes you to a place very few lay people get to visit - the mind of a struggling religious.
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Township God

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Here Noonan candidly shares his priesthood with the reader. He also tells how the poor and marginalised of the world taught church and development workers so much. He describes vividly a frightening confrontation with the paranormal, being traumatised during the baptism of 29 infants, and waking up to the sound of bullets crashing through the window of his house. You will witness, awestruck, his angry conversations with God in a darkened church. This is a difficult book to define - you will search in vain for a storyline, or even a timeline, but it takes you to a place very few lay people get to visit - the mind of a struggling religious.
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