Sunday, January 19, 2014

Support SAPRA's Legal Aid Fund!



Offended? Discriminated against? Unfairly dismissed? Experiencing prejudice on the basis of your religion? Do you have a problem which can only be resolved in court? 

It's a given that you already know how far out of reach the courts have become to those who cannot afford to pay astronomical legal fees. Legal action in South Africa today has become so expensive that it is virtually unaffordable to the ordinary household, making "justice for all" inaccessible to those who cannot afford R8000 or even R25000 PER DAY for advocate's fees! 

As a result, many aggrieved Pagans may be forced to accept the injustices levelled against them, while those committing injustices against them continue to do so with apparent immunity. 

The South African Pagan Rights Alliance offers financial assistance to Pagans who have incurred legal costs as a result of legal disputes involving discrimination against them on grounds of their religion. 

If you would like to help, please support SAPRA's Legal Aid Fund. The more you donate, the more we can assist those in need. One day that may even be YOU. 


* Please indicate your deposited contribution as 'Legal Fund'. 


Account holder: South African Pagan Rights Alliance 
Nedbank Account number: 2536578852 
Account type: Savings 
Branch: George - Garden Route Mall 
Branch code: 153614 

South African Pagan Rights Alliance - Legal Fund 
http://www.paganrightsalliance.org/about-sapra/
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 Loderunner” by Christina Engela
Ever since he’d decided to quit being a P.I. and to try his hand at running cargo instead, things had just blown up in Timaset Skooch’s face one day at a time. (Florpavian Flamebirds tended to do that occasionally.) Between the labor disputes and accidental deaths among the crew, (who believed in settling disputes internally) he was beginning to get a headache worse than the ones he got from getting kicked in the head. Things had just gone pear shaped again and now he found himself in the middle of a kind of cat and mouse game with some cloaks and daggers thrown in for good measure.

Returning from an evening spent visiting relatives in Mars City he didn’t know he had, he arrived at the local space terminal to find his new acquisition stolen. A few minutes later, the crew of his slightly run down loderunner “Celeste“, returned from the nearby pub, blind drunk, puzzled and now unemployed as well.

He was sure it had something to do with the 10 000,00 credits he was offered  to transport two passengers to an asteroid in the rings of Jupiter, (as soon as possible, no questions asked), by a middle-man with no neck and a tendency to smile a lot.

And to crown everything, his girlfriend was mad at him too (just a little).  He was beginning to regret ever winning that card game…

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Published: May 26, 2016
Pages: 268
Binding: Perfect-bound Paperback
Dimensions (inches): 4.25″ wide x 6.88″ tall (pocketbook)

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