Early Morning Jazz

Living Room – People’s Park; South African elections; AIDS activism in South Africa.

Control of the parliament, and the future of the constitution, may still be up for grabs in South Africa's election.  We hear what's at stake, for whom.  PLUS: a remarkable woman who has devoted her life to sufferers of AIDs in her homeland, South Africa.  With host Kris Welch, noon to one.

guests: Andrew Feinstein, former ANC MP, now ANC critic; author "After the Party"

         Sister Abigail Ntleko, founder Clouds of Hope (AIDS orphaned children), Khuphuka Project (home/health/legal/social services for people with AIDS, HIV); adoptive mother to 22;  receiving Unsung Heroes Award this weekend from Dalai Lama on her first trip out of South Africa in her 75 years!

         Wavy Gravy, on the 40th Anniversary of People's Park

 

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