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Image: DREAMWORKER : Link of Love programme – helping unemployed parents find work within schools Tania Bownes, one of the Directors of DreamWorker NPO was interviewed on Cape Talk Radio ....listen to the interview

A Cape Town NGO is helping the poor and unemployed persevere.

The Dreamworker organisation started in 2008 through a small job creation project in Hout Bay. Since then it has grown to incorporate offices in two provinces and has generated over R350 million in wages for the previously unemployed.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Education
Image: Donations to the Cape Town Science Centre are tax-deductible. The last day of the South African Tax Season 2016/17 is 28 February 2017

The Cape Town Science Centre operates under the auspices of the Interactive Science Foundation, a registered Non-Profit company (031-701-NPO) and registered as a Public Benefit Organisation (PBO: 18/11/12/2663) in terms of the Section 18A of the Income Tax Act of South Africa. The Interactive Science Foundation will issue a tax certificate for any donation. You will then be able to claim a portion of this donation back with your South African tax return.   Read More...




COMPANY NEWS , Funding
Image: Emperors Palace presents R1.7-million to CANSA, The Peermont Childrens Trust and the Peermont Educat

During this past festive season, Emperors Palace Garden of Lights has raised R1.7 million which was donated to CANSA, The Peermont Childrens Trust and the Peermont Education Trust.   Read More...




COMPANY NEWS , Education
Image: Back to school: Educare Centre in Philippi saved and transformed Structurally unsound and unfit for providing education, the Nolufefe Educare Centre needed to be shut down

However, thanks to the Rotary Club of Claremont’s Injongo Project, made possible by the generous support from the Lewis Group, the school has been transformed into a safe and secure place for pre-school learners as they start the 2017 school-year with zest.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Health
Image: The sweetest way to save a child’s life “It gives us joy to bring communities together in the fight against childhood cancer and make a difference in so many children’s lives,” says Sandy.

There’s no easy way to deal with a child being diagnosed with cancer, but a group of ‘Cupcake Angels’ are determined to put their love of baking to good use to make a difference in the lives of child cancer patients in South Africa.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Enterprise
Image: Former gangster turns life around to become an eco-friendly businessman A young man who had to repeat Grade 10 three times because of his involvement in drugs and gangs has changed his life around to be an entrepreneur.

The entrepreneur who dared to ask: What if I could make eco-friendly cleaning products affordable to the masses…?  A young man who had to repeat Grade 10 three times because of his involvement in drugs and gangs has changed his life around to become an entrepreneur. He now hopes to positively impact South Africa by providing premium and affordable natural products for personal care, household and businesses. Khululekani Nyobole, 26, is one of the entrepreneurs to come out of the New Ventures Studio incubator, an initiative of Salesian Life Choices.   Read More...




HEADLINES, Sport
Image: Stay safe ahead of the world's largest timed cycling event The Cape Town Cycle Tour, the largest timed cycling event in the world, will be taking place in Cape Town on Sunday, 12 March 2017. This year the event celebrates its 40th birthday, with 35 000 cyclists participating. It is around the corner and the number of cyclists on Cape Town’s roads are on the increase; Rotary Club of Claremont reminds all cyclists to stay safe this Tour season.   Read More...



COMPANY NEWS , Environment & Bio-diversity
Image: Easy Water Saving Tips You May Not Have Thought Of Currently South Africa is in the middle of a severe water shortage, and water restrictions have been upped to level 3B

What does this mean for our everyday life? Basically, South Africa’s reservoir dams are so depleted that they’re currently below 25% capacity which means that tariffs are being introduced to make people think twice about their water usage. Unfortunately, everyone will need to do more than just turn the tap off while brushing their teeth. But, don’t stress, here are some very easy ways you can save water at home.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Education
Image: Tax Break 2017 The last day of the South African Tax Season 2016/2017 is Tuesday 28thFebruary 2017.

As TSiBA Education is registered with SARS as a Public Benefit Organisation (PBO No. 930014613), donations made to TSiBA can be claimed as a qualifying deduction on your 2016 income tax return. Please email us at info@tsiba.ac.za to request a Section 18A certificate on your income tax return.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Health
Image: Have a heart for children with cancer The 15th of February 2017 is International Childhood Cancer Day (ICCD).

This day was started as a global collaborative campaign to raise awareness about childhood cancer and to express support for children with cancer, survivors and their families. In developed countries, childhood cancer has become largely curable with the overall survival rate reaching between 70% and 80% whereas in South Africa the rate is only at about 50%.   Read More...




HEADLINES, Environment & Bio-diversity
Image: Drakenstein recycling Waste Project top of mind. The proposed Waste Recovery, Beneficiation and Energy project recognises the economic potential of the Drakenstein waste stream for all waste management role players within the district and the importance of local recycling entities.   Read More...



ALL THE NEWS
Image: Vocational service: Give back with your skill in 2017 “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’” ~ Martin Luther King Jr.

Whether you are in the habit of making New Year’s resolutions or not, every person can commit to do more of in 2017: giving back to the community.

The Rotary Club of Claremont believes that if every person commits to making community service a way of life, most of society’s pressing challenges will soon be solved.
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ALL THE NEWS , Animal Welfare, Environment & Bio-diversity
Image: Super-mum rhino Thandi gives birth to second calf since poaching Kariega Game Reserve’s miracle rhino Thandi, who courageously survived a brutal poaching in 2012, gave birth to a calf on Tuesday 24 January.

The mother and calf were located using a drone as they were safely hidden in thick bush. They were found on Thursday 26 January, a few anxious days after Thandi was reported missing. The birth of Thandi’s first calf, Thembi (meaning Hope), on 13 January 2015 made headlines around the world. She brought much needed hope to rhino conservationists embroiled in a seemingly losing battle against rhino poaching.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Employment
Image: Thank you for helping us brighten the lives of hundreds of unemployed people in 2016! Please continue to support DreamWorker and Link of Love in 2017, so that we can brighten even more lives!

We ended 2016 with a special treat for the residents of Hanover Park Cottages….an “Ageless Grace” Christmas party! They danced in their chairs, they were treated to hand massages, a lovely tea and a small gift to take home. And yes, the love truly flowed and all our lives were brightened, both those who gave and those who received.   Read More...




Videos
Image: We are the Animal Anti-Cruelty League (AACL) Cape Town

AACL depends on the generosity of the public and it is solely through donations that it is able to survive. If you would like to support the AACL Cape Town and its work, please feel free to make donations either via Electronic Fund Transfers ( see Local/International Banking details www.aacl.co.za in the About section) or via GivenGain (www.Givengain.com) where you can register as an activist and give online donations directly.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Education, Environment & Bio-diversity
Image: Useful Tips for Teaching Kids to Care for the Environment To help you get going here’s our own four step guide to teaching kids to care for the environment.

Children these days need to understand the environment. As public debates about climate change and environmental conservation become increasingly prominent it’s important that informed young people are able to formulate opinions and contribute to these crucial conversations.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Education
Image: Feed a mind campaign equips learners for a brighter future. For 2017, Mustadafin Foundation have set an ambitious goal of reaching 500 learners by the end of January 2017

Mustadafin Foundation’s #FeedAMindCampaign, in association with Deen TV aims to reach over 500 learners within the disadvantaged communities of Cape Town, by supplying them with stationary as they prepare for the new school year.   Read More...




Education
Image: IkamvaYouth’sClass of 2016 achieves an 85% matric pass rate

In South Africa, a major predictor of academic performance is the location of one’s school. When comparing results between leafy suburbs and tin-roofed townships, it appears that we have two different education systems operating in parallel. For most learners in township and rural schools, even reaching matric is a feat; only 58% of the grade 2s from 2006 made it to write matric last year, and so, as Nic Spaull explains, the actual pass mark for the matric cohort of 2016 is an abysmal 42%.   Read More...




COMPANY NEWS , Social & Community
Image: Coca-Cola Peninsula Beverages kicks off 2017 with Beach Blitz Clean-Up Swat clean-up crew to ensure beach-goers on January 2 and 3 were not greeted by piles of rubbish on arrival

The clean-up crews were on-site on these days from 6am – 8am. CCPB regularly organises beach clean-ups in an effort to contribute towards environmental sustainability. In 2016, organised clean-ups took place at Strand and Milnerton beaches where more than 1350kg of rubbish were collected and sorted for recycling.   Read More...




HEADLINES, Education, HIV/AIDS, Social & Community, Youth
Image: Waves for Change - 2016 Impact report and international growth! Thank you for helping us take Surf Therapy to hundreds of at-risk youth in Cape Town in 2016. In 2017, we're stoked to announce that W4C Surf Therapy programmes will be expanding to two new Cities in South Africa, and to Liberia. More on that to follow..   Read More...


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