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Rabbi Yossy Goldman was sent by the Rebbe to South Africa in 1976, where he was founding director of the country’s first Chabad House. In 1986, with the Rebbe’s guidance, he accepted the invitation to become the rabbi of the iconic Sydenham Shul, where he is now Life Rabbi Emeritus. He is also president of the South African Rabbinical Association and often represents the Jewish faith on South African radio and television.

His first book, From Where I Stand, was published by KTAV in 2012 and has since been reprinted. His sermons have been translated into Hebrew, Spanish, Russian and German, among other languages.
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