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Paul Erskine at Quarry Heights School in La Lucia

A passion for the poor

Mongol Derby rider, Paul Erskine, recently visited Quarry Heights school with Indlela after having read Shirley Jones’ article, “Poorest of the poor” in the Sunday Tribune on 29 May 2011. He was incredibly moved by the article, and the state of affairs in Quarry Heights – a school near Durban North which has few resources. […]

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La Lucia's Paul Erskine, entrepreneur, adventurer and humanitarian, is competing in the Mongol Derby to raise funds for Fairhaven's Babies' Home.

Northglen News: Humanitarian race to save babies

by Lauren Anthony Published in the Northglen News, 03/06/2011 “TWENTY-FIVE semi-wild horses will be ridden over 1 000 kilometres in 11 days over tough Mongolian landscape for one charity. La Lucia’s Paul Erskine seems to fear nothing and seek the ultimate thrill wherever he can. He describes himself as an entrepreneur, adventurer and humanitarian. He’s […]

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A history of helping those in need

Anyone who knows Paul Erskine will know that he has a history of helping those in crisis. In 2001, Paul appeared in a Carte Blanche feature about the situation in Kuito, a city in the province of Bie in the middle of Angola, known as the “Beirut of Africa”. “The shells of the pockmarked buildings […]

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