From the moment I first met Ann over thirty years ago
We have reached the boiling point in our beautiful country. As the fires of discontent sweep across our country our leaders are literally “playing the fiddle while our country burns.”
The first batch of Aspiring Leaders Programme learners have graduated!
As we celebrate Women’s Month, it is important to note that young women in many township communities feel unsafe and 23 years since South Africa’s transition still fight for their right to human dignity, equality and freedom from all forms of violence. The key issue being raised is that without adult supervision (especially in Johannesburg’s
This is a story of a young man’s journey to self-discovery. Coming from a community where drugs and violence are a norm for young men his age, Prime Nchabeleng (17) chose a different path. When a young boy reaches the critical pre-teen ages between 11-13 years, they look at male figures in their lives as
Webmaster Latest News, News, South Africa Every year on the 18 of July, the UN asks individuals around the world to mark Nelson Mandela International Day by making a difference in their communities. Everyone has the ability and the responsibility to change the world for the better, and Mandela Day is an occasion for everyone to take action
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My name is Sandy Phala and I am 13 years old. I live in Alexandra, with my mother and father. My mother works at Crowdford College as a substitute teacher and my father is an admin clerk at St Stithians. I get up at 6 o’clock and help around the house, I sweep the floor
One such challenge is, how organisations match their needs with the right individual and where do they meet? To bridge this gap; we have joined forces with ABSA, having nurtured a Ready-To-Work pool of young people, with the basic attributes required to positively impact your business objectives. What do we have? Over 1500 young
I was introduced to Afrika Tikkun 7 years ago. It was when my younger brother Thato was attending the Uthando ECD Center. I went past one of the meeting rooms and my attention was taken by noise that came through a window. I went in and found young girls dancing, I then asked one of the