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africa • allafrica global media • allan wohrnitz • applied scholastics • auditing • children, youth • church of spiritual technology (cst) (dba, l. ron hubbard library) • cost • criminon • david miscavige • ghana • ideal org • kyalami castle @ pine road johannesburg gauteng south africa • mail and guardian (south africa) • paul sondergaard • real estate • ryan hogarth • schools • south africa • study technology (study tech) • supernatural abilities (aka ot powers) • the times (south africa) • the way to happiness (twth) • volunteer ministers • youth for human rights international
Reference materials Kotzé Report (South Africa)Gordon Street Durban South AfricaUnited Building @ St Mary's Terrace and Govan Mbeki Avenue Port Elizabeth Eastern Cape South Africa
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Nov 7, 2009
Scientology cult targets Ghanaian children — GhanaHomePage
Type: Commentary
Author(s): Steve Johnson
Source: GhanaHomePage
In February this year, the infamous cult of Scientology set up a school in Ghana. Untoma Oxford International School was established by the Milan branch of the Scientology movement. This is a serious cause for concern. Scientology is steadily targeting Africa and indoctrinating children is one of its aims to further the building its movement. Scientology has been defined as a dangerous money-making cult that uses hypnotic techniques to control its members. It was set up by the science fiction writer ...
Nov 5, 2009
Blown for Good / Behind the iron curtain of Scientology (book) - 17 Monument — BFG Books
Aug 6, 2009
Applied Scholastics and new study technology — Vanguard (Nigeria)
Type: Press
Author(s): Emmanuel Edukugho
Source: Vanguard (Nigeria)
The bane of our educational system is that pupils and students study to pass examinations and not learning to understand and apply knowledge practically and productively. Many people think that they study so they can pass a test. But that is not what learning is about. That is not why you study. You study to use what you have learned. Applied scholastics recognises the challenges that teachers and lecturers face in teaching their students. Pressures from school managements, parents, governments, students, ...
May 25, 2009
Sierra Leone Association of Non-Governmental Organization (SLANGO) boosts educational institutions — Awareness Times (Sierra Leone)
Type: Press
Author(s): Bampia J. Bundu
Source: Awareness Times (Sierra Leone)
The Sierra Leone Association of Non-Governmental Organization (SLANGO) on Friday 22nd May 2009 donated 30 (thirty) sets of books and audio cassettes to educational institutes in Freetown at a ceremony held at their headquarters on Pyke Street in Freetown. [Picture]Madam Sonny-Davies handing over the items Handing over the items, the Coordinator of SLANGO, Madam Shella Sonny-Davies, informed that her organization is an umbrella organization that interfaces with local and international Non-Governmental Organizations in the country, organizes training for them and building ...
Apr 9, 2009
Expanding the kingdom — Mail and Guardian (South Africa)
Type: Press
Source: Mail and Guardian (South Africa)
Out of Jo'burg's more dubious architectural landmarks – Montecasino and Ponte come to mind – none is as peculiar as the Kyalami Castle. Built in the 1990s by Greek tycoon Demos Dinopoulos and perched on a hill amid the area's horsey smallholdings, the faux medieval castle's previous incarnations have included a family mansion and a wedding and conference venue. But now it might have found its true calling. Since March 2008 the castle has belonged to the Church of Scientology. It's ...
Feb 8, 2009
School takes the high road in stamping out drug abuse — The Times (South Africa)
Type: Press
Author(s): Wendyl Martin
Source: The Times (South Africa)
[Picture]CLEAN: Drug-free marshals from Newlands West Secondary with their principal Farouk Bayat, front left, teacher Roslyn Narain-Mohan and anti-drug co-coordinator Allan Wohrnitz. Picture: THEMBINKOSI DWAYISA A Durban high school has taken a tough stance against drug abuse by becoming the first school in South Africa to have its pupils trained as anti-drug “marshals”. New West Secondary School in Newlands West, which has more than 1400 pupils, started with its first batch of anti-drug campaigners this week. Foundation for a Drug Free ...
Oct 9, 2008
Death of a nethead — Gawker
Sep 19, 2008
The Urban Afreeka Foundation Presents The “I Afreeka” Project (TIAP) [leaked] — Enturbulation.org
Aug 17, 2008
Isaac Hayes…The US mega star with Ghanaian royal blood — Modern Ghana
Type: Press
Source: Modern Ghana
The news of the sudden death of Isaac Hayes was shocking to many Ghanaians all over the world. The legendary Grammy and Oscar winning US mega musician and entertainer is also known in Ghana as Nene Katey Ocansey I, Nkosuoehne (Chief for Development) of the Ada Traditional Area and a beloved member of the Ocansey Royal Family. He co-founded the Nene Katey Ocansey I Learning and Technology (NekoTech) Center of Excellence in Ada, Ghana, with Princess Asie Ocansey of Ada. They ...
Aug 16, 2008
Kenya: Scientology Comes to Country — AllAfrica Global Media
Type: Press
Author(s): Daniel Wesangula
Source: AllAfrica Global Media
Daniel Wesangula Nairobi There is a new religion in town. It recognises no sin, pays homage to no one, has neither angels in heaven nor fire and brimstone in hell and whose members say they can create miracles at will. Its head office in Hollywood, California is set in a white, seven-storey modern building that resembles a castle set among palm trees. To most Kenyans, it is a religion practised in the distant USA by Hollywood celebrities. It is called Scientology. ...
Mar 26, 2008
Scientology adds African castle to property list — Scopical
Type: Press
Source: Scopical
The Church of Scientology has added an African castle to that of it's property portfolio, confirming this week it had bought up Kyalami Castle near to Johannesburg in South Africa. The addition of the castle adds to the Church's growing property list - the 66th global acquisition - and is also said to mark a clear strategy of entry to the African continent. Scientology leaders in Africa said that it was a "dream" for the Church to finally have a base ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Mar 24, 2008
Church of Scientology buys castle in Jo'burg — Afrik.com
Type: Press
Source: Afrik.com
The Church of Scientology has acquired the famous Johannesburg landmark, the Kyalami Castle, to be the home of its new advanced spiritual retreat. This marks a significant step for the Scientologists who until now had to travel all the way to the US, Australia or England for their higher spiritual progress, said Paul Sondergaard, National Director of the Church’s Public Affairs Office . "For all African Scientologists, this is a dream finally come true," Sondergaard said, adding "It means a lot ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jan 30, 2008
Church of Scientology buys historic CBD building in PE — AVUSA Media
Type: Press
Source: AVUSA Media
One of the historic landmarks in Port Elizabeth's central business district - the United Building on the corner of St Mary's Terrace and Govan Mbeki Avenue - is soon to have a R6-million facelift, adding a new look to the inner city. The building has been bought by the Church of Scientology, which wants to turn it into its regional headquarters, for about R8-million. Recently approved by the commissioner of revenue as a public benefit organisation, and also tax- exempted, the ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jan 8, 2008
Author is cruising for a bruising — The Times (South Africa)
Dec 19, 2007
Namibia: Scientologists Offer Disaster Management Training — AllAfrica Global Media
Type: Press
Author(s): Oswald Shivute
Source: AllAfrica Global Media
A team of Scientology volunteers is conducting disaster relief training for organisations and public services in the Oshana Region. Eben van Loggerenberg, one of the volunteers, says the programme started in Windhoek in August before moving on to the coast and the North. He said the training was being offered free of charge to emergency services, Police, Red Cross workers, hospitals and other organisations. The volunteers are selling Scientology booklets too. He said from Namibia, they will go to other SADC ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Dec 4, 2007
SA Church of Scientology gets tax exemption — IOL
Type: Press
Source: IOL
A tax exemption has been awarded to the SA Church of Scientology by the SA Revenue Services (SARS), the Church said on Tuesday. "We are ecstatic, this is a memorable and historic day for us as it provides us with an even better opportunity to serve our community and scientologists," said President of the Church, Ryan Hogarth. He said that SARS issued the Church with a certificate on Monday approving its status as a 'Public Benefit Organisation'. "This was after 42 ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Nov 29, 2007
Scientology to operate from landmark site — The Times (South Africa)
More: rickross.com
Type: Press
Author(s): Monica Laganparsad
Source: The Times (South Africa)
A LANDMARK Durban building sold to the Church of Scientology in Africa is to become the headquarters for its community work in the province. A LANDMARK Durban building sold to the Church of Scientology in Africa is to become the headquarters for its community work in the province. Scientology, popularised by Hollywood heavyweights Tom Cruise and John Travolta, has a growing following in South Africa. The Morningside building, in the city's dining and nightlife hub, was formerly an hotel. It was ...
Jun 8, 2007
Ndebele flirts with Scientology — Mail and Guardian (South Africa)
Type: Press
Author(s): Niren Tolsi
Source: Mail and Guardian (South Africa)
The Church of Scientology is running courses for learners on behalf of the KZN premier’s office About 120 hand-picked learners in KwaZulu-Natal have participated in a pilot human rights workshop run by an organisation with direct links to the controversial Church of Scientology — with the backing of the provincial government. A proposal to have the programme rolled out to the rest of KwaZuluNatal’s children is awaiting approval from the provincial legislature and the office of Premier Sbu Ndebele. Last week ...
Apr 8, 2005
Church of Scientology: It's kind of like Enron, only it actually makes money — Stanford Daily
Type: Press
Source: Stanford Daily
Human beings have come a long way in the past, oh, three million years or so. But while man has now advanced to the stage where he can split an atom and level a city, it’s hard to say he’s made much progress in understanding himself. But according to the Church of Scientology, that is all about to change. Or rather, it already has for those who have opted to come join the Scientologist flock since the Church was first formally ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
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