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Cresta TGIF happens every Friday morning (except public holidays and Christmas period), starting 6:15 am for 6:30 am, ending 7:30 am sharp, at the Seattle Coffee Company, Cresta Shopping Centre, Johannesburg.
Craighall Park TGIF happens every Friday morning (except public holidays and Christmas period), starting 6:15 am for 6:30 am, ending 7:30 am sharp, at Hodges Coffee House, 345 Jan Smuts Ave, Johannesburg.
Hatfield TGIF happens every Friday morning (except public holidays and Christmas period), starting 6:15 am for 6:30 am, ending 7:30 am sharp, at the coffee shop in the OM Link building, 1211 South Street (corner Jan Shoba St, previously known as Duncan St), Hatfield, Pretoria/Tshwane
Cape Town TGIF happens monthly, usually on the 1st Friday of the month, starting 7:00 am and ending 8:00 am, at the Bean There Coffee Roastery, 58 Wale Street, Cape Town CBD.
Stellenbosch TGIF happens monthly, usually on the 2nd Friday of the month, starting 7:00 am and ending 7:45 am, at the Food Lovers Market in the Eikestad Mall in Stellenbosch. N.B. Please use the pedestrian entrance on Andringa Street.
PE TGIF happens occasionally, starting 6:00 am and ending 7:00 am, at Urban Espress Coffee Co. 23 Constitution Hill, Donkin, PE.
TGIFx meets monthly on Saturday mornings specifically to discuss issues surrounding the difficult topic of race. TGIFx meets at participants' homes, at a different venue each month, and has a separate mailing list from the "normal" Friday morning TGIF.
To be placed on this list, send an email with subject "TGIFx" to discuss[at]tgif.org.za, and briefly introduce yourself with a sentence or two about you.
TGIF covers a wide range of topics including worldviews, ethics, leadership, popular culture and contemporary issues. In this, TGIF generally explores the truth & goodness of Biblical Christianity and its relevance to all of life and reality.
Although its origins are Christian, TGIF very much aims to be of benefit to people of all (or no) convictions. Everyone is welcome, entrance is free, and no prior booking is required.
If you would like to be added to the mailing list, please specify for which venue(s) you would like to receive information.
2015-10-09, Nicholas Rowe, “A Biblical Perspective on Race & Ethnicity”: Download MP3
2015-11-06, Andrew Butterworth, "I'm Sick, Now What" (sample chapters): Download PDF
2016-05-06, Marsh Moyle, "Power, Freedom and the Moral Imagination": Download MP3
2016-09-23, Piet-Hein van Eeghen, "Faith, Doubt and Mystery": Download PDF
2016-10-28, Josias Tembo, "The Philosophy of [De]Colonisation": Download MP3
2016-10-28, Schalk van Heerden, "Time to Trek - Decolonising Afrikaner Leadership": Download MP3
2017-02-03, Thandi Gamedze, "I have a Dream" (poem): Download MP3 Download PDF
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For videos of Oct 2015's "Real Talk" events, click here.
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