Film industry welcomes Afrika Tikkun graduates

One of the main mindset changes the Career Development Programme wants to bring is the mind set of doing things for yourself, while contributing to the development of others. Four young people who began their career their journey at Afrika Tikkun received information about a career in the film industry. They went on to pursue


4th industrial revolution

If your child is in Grade R this year, they will matriculate in 2030 and be thrust into a world so different to the one we are living in today that unless we prepare them for the future unseen


Our Take

The NGO sexual exploitation and abuse scandal has exposed a culture of impunity, with one organisation after another starting with Oxfam coming under fire for tolerating and enabling exploitation and abuse of the very people they had pledged to serve


Address to the conscious

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.”


What young women are fighting for

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


A story of a young man’s journey to self-discovery

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


Ambassador Lenk and the Israeli Embassy

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