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Image: Join the Mamelani Movers Team for the 2018 Cape Town Cycle Tour! We had 30 riders for the last tour who dedicated their race to Mamelani and collectively they raised over R58 000.

Come along for the ride!

This year, once again, we will be putting together an epic Mamelani Movers Team for the Cape Town Cycle Tour!   Read More...

COMPANY NEWS , Social & Community
Image: Showing hope is stronger than hunger this World Hunger Month Add Hope teams, NGO leaders, media and influencers gathered in Hillbrow to experience how hope is stronger than hunger this World Hunger Month

Add Hope teams, NGO leaders, media and influencers gathered in Hillbrow today at NGO Mould, Empower, Serve (MES) to experience how hope is stronger than hunger this World Hunger Month. MES is one of 137 NGOs supported by Add Hope.  With World Hunger Month in October, including World Food Day on 16th October, KFC is aiming to raise over R5 million in Add Hope donations which will go to feeding 120 000 children around the country at NGOs like MES.   Read More...

ALL THE NEWS , Education
Image: TSiBA Ignition Centre - Access to Market Opportunity for Entrepreneurs We have negotiated a discount for TSiBA Ignition Centre Members.

 As a valued member of the TSiBA Entrepreneurial Community, you can now register as a Premier Member for only R750.00 per annum (normal retail price: R2500.00 per annum)   Read More...

ALL THE NEWS , Education
Image: Postgraduate Diploma: Child and Family Studies Department of Social Work introduces the “Child and Family Studies: Postgraduate Diploma Programme”.

In their concerted effort, the Department of Social Work to meet current needs of the communities in which they serve by providing knowledge on Early Childhood Development (ECD), substance abuse within the family and developing programmes for family wellbeing, the Department of Social Work introduces the “Child and Family Studies: Postgraduate Diploma Programme”.

COMPANY NEWS , Education
Image: Woolworths celebrates Super Hero teachers in their National Teachers's Day comptetion 19 000 South African learners, like Yestel were inspired to enter their superhero teachers into this year’s competition

In celebration of World Teacher’s Day in October, Woolworths announced that Mr Perumal Govender, a Mathematics and Technology education specialist and the Acting Principal of Orient Heights Primary in Pietermaritzburg is the overall national winner of their nationwide competition.   Read More...

Image: Spectacles can mean the difference between success and failure for an underprivileged learner Sight is something most people take for granted, yet at least 239 million children suffer from impaired vision that could be corrected by spectacles.

 Since 80% of all learning occurs through vision, children who cannot afford spectacles are at a major disadvantage in education environments, which can lead to lower earning potential later in their lives. As we observe World Sight Day on 12 October, the Adopt-a-School Foundation (AAS) encourages partners in the private sector, civil society, and government to support its efforts to address the issue of impaired vision that affects millions of underprivileged learners in South Africa.   Read More...

COMPANY NEWS , Health, Social & Community
Image: kulula.com and the Red Cross WMCH launch a radio station for children by children The radio platform will enable the patients to share their experiences, concerns and questions with parents, health professionals and other children.

South Africa’s champion low-cost carrier kulula.com has partnered with the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital in Cape Town by donating funds to launch a first-of-its-kind radio station by children for children in Africa, RX Radio.
The donation of R150 000 made to the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital will contribute to the launch of the first child-produced radio station, where patients get trained as producers and presenters to assist other patients in their struggles to alleviate their anxiety and loneliness, whilst spending some time in hospital.   Read More...

Image: World Mental Health Day On 10 October 2017, IF joined the celebration of World Mental Health Day by launching our animation "Reclaiming my health", on the importance of mental health and well-being of people living with complex conditions such as Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus. We want to seize the opportunity to highlight that both mental health and physical health are key to achieve balance in our lives.   Read More...

ALL THE NEWS , Education
Image: A sense of belonging for children with learning disabilities at the Mary Harding School. Community Chest and the Mary Harding School partnered in 2016 and since then, Community Chest has invested over R120 000 towards the school’s programm

The Community Chest envisions a world where all individuals and families achieve their human potential through access to world class education, having income stability and by living healthy lives. In this week’s Newsletter we feature one of our beneficiary organisations whose work in the community reflects Community Chest's vision considerably.   Read More...

ALL THE NEWS , Animal Welfare
Image: Thank You CareCube.org We have been absolutely overwhelmed by the kindness we received from this public benefit organization.

They have generously helped our Epping branch with a number of upgrades as well as provided state of the art medical equipment to our Hospital. We are able to work more efficiently and effectively due to all the support and donations.   Read More...


Vision: To Feed a nutritionally balanced meal to children & elderly in poor communities. HUNGRY CHILDREN CANNOT BE TAUGHT

Our aim is to involve individuals, corporates, small business and NGO’s that can fund these meals. R 500.00 / $45 = 100 meals R 5000.00 / $450 = 1000 meals 2017 GOAL: 50 000 MEALS PER MONTH IN THE WESTERN CAPE, SOUTH AFRICA 2022 GOAL: 50 000 MEALS PER DAY IN SOUTH AFRICA   Read More...

Image: Tiger Brands provides support to FoodForward SA FoodForward SA would like to extend its heartfelt thanks to Tiger Brands for the company’s contribution to feeding hungry South Africans.

Tiger Brands, one of FoodForward SA’s supporters and the much-loved South African food provider, is not holding back when it comes to helping the needy and feeding the hungry.   Read More...

Image: SA children’s physical development lagging due to hunger Poverty is the leading cause of hunger, but poverty also results from hunger, and we need to do more to break this cycle. Statistics SA shows that poverty figures are on the rise, with more than half of the population living in poverty, most of whom are children and African. 13.8 million people live below the Food Poverty Line – an increase of 2,3 million since 2011.   Read More...

Image: Social media toolkit for World Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Day 2017! The 25th of October is a very important day coming up and we need you to take action!

We outlined a toolkit that will help raise awareness about the importance of mental health as part of integrated care for people with Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus and their families. Share this toolkit with colleagues, partners and friends and advocate with us on WSBHD! Read more   Read More...

HEADLINES, Environment & Bio-diversity
Image: Landfill 2017 to take place at operational landfill site “South Africa has 876 landfill sites that receive municipal waste. This fact alone indicates how important it is for waste management professionals across all sectors to gather together to look at best practices and new technology,” says Jan Palm, president of the Institute of Waste Management of Southern Africa (IWMSA).   Read More...

ALL THE NEWS , Social & Community
Image: Anna Foundation - on a roll with bicycles, cheetahs and marathons! It’s the time of year when we focus on securing our funding and completing our strategic planning for 2018. This means growth for the Anna Foundation

With this growth in mind, we’ve expanded our core staff to increase the support we offer to our projects. It’s always exciting to get new energy and new blood into the organisation, and in this case we are specifically excited by the involvement of Leana Claasen who was a previous facilitator at one of our projects since 2010! Leana brings a wealth of hands on experience, having worked on the ground for 7 years with the Anna Foundation programmes, and now being ‘behind the scenes’ and offering support and training to the women at the projects. We are excited to watch her develop in this role!   Read More...

Image: Pink ribbons for breast cancer awareness - a perspective

The pink ribbon has become synonymous with breast cancer awareness. Where did the pink ribbon originate? What does breast cancer awareness mean, and can it be used to improve the health of the majority of women in South Africa?

Wiith Mark Maingaard & Marais Greyling - 2nd Harvest : May 2017


Image: NICRO in partnership with the Department of Correctional Services The Making of a Criminal: Part 2 comes to Artscape as part of the See Me: I Am Human Indaba

The Making of a Criminal: Part 2, a compelling live theatre performance created by Pollsmoor inmates, provides a unique glimpse into the lives of prison inmates. Enter the world of the prisoner and gain rare insights into the lives of offenders and the various communities that continue to bear the severe impacts of South Africa’s socio-economic disparities.    Read More...

Image: Youth-led project significantly decreases bullying at school A group of young people at Thuto Lesedi Secondary School have tackled the problem of bullying & cyberbullying eliminate the practice at their school.

The leaders behind this project are all graduates of the Columba Leadership programme, which instils young people with the skills and the confidence to take charge of their own lives. In 2016, learners noticed that incidents of bullying at the school had dramatically increased compared to the year before. Most of the victims were Grade 8 learners, in their first year of high school, who were bullied because they came from different ethnic or cultural backgrounds. There was also a grave concern regarding the incidence of rape in the community.   Read More...

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