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Autumn Season Celebrations 2021 e-Pollen Newsletter

Photo courtesy of Lisa Drogemoller. Dear Friends of Novalis Ubuntu This being our first newsletter since last year, we want to THANK YOU, each one of you, for your support gratefully received in so many ways;  vibrational, financial and through endearing friendships extended across many borders to Novalis Ubuntu from many parts of the world. […]

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Autumn & Easter – Novalis First Quarter 2018 e-Pollen

Autumn & Easter – Novalis First Quarter 2018 e-Pollen We have pleasure sharing our first quarter news with you and trust that you will enjoy reading our news. This period has been filled with exciting events, including a couple of International ones held at Novalis.  In January, we held the Biodanza National Conference with visiting […]

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The Noddy Charity Christmas Party hosted annually by Peninsula 77, Round Table

The Noddy Charity Christmas Party hosted annually by Peninsula 77, Round Table Some inspirational engagement with the local communities here in the Southern Suburbs of Cape Town is Peninsula 77, Round Table’s biggest annual fundraiser the Noddy Charity Christmas Party which entertains thousands of children and adults in November and December in Rondebosch each year. […]

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e-Pollen Newsletter – Ubuntu Month – July / Aug 2017

Madiba Month – At the Wellspring Our e-Pollen Newsletter for July / Aug  2017 Enjoy pictures from the 5th Annual InterGenerational Youth mini-Conference at the Wellspring.  We drank from our collective wisdom, young and old, and celebrated a collaboration of Wellbeing hosted by the Ubuntu and Y-Elders teams.  Together with Novalis staff and youth from […]

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e-Pollen Newsletter – Revitalise Yourself at the Novalis InterGeneration Wellspring – May / June 2017

Dear Friends, The water crisis, locally felt and a growing global phenomenon, has inspired mass prayer gatherings and unlocked opportunities for citizens to discover new levels of working together – people from all faiths, all ethnicities, old and young, from the private sector, government & civil society.  Hopefully, we can find collective solutions in time? […]

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