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Engen gets storm-damaged schools ship-shape for 2019

Engen gets storm-damaged schools ship-shape for 2019

Engen has come to the rescue of five Durban schools severely damaged in storms by committing R1 million to effect repairs critical to the safety, comfort and security of pupils…

ONE SMALL SEED: A FORGOTTEN FIELD IS NOW A FLOURISHING FOOD GARDEN

ONE SMALL SEED: A FORGOTTEN FIELD IS NOW A FLOURISHING FOOD GARDEN

A few months ago, if you were to ask 12-year-old Jeandré Jacobs where a lettuce comes from, he’d have simply replied “the shop.” Today, he’s able…

R2.1 MILLION TO CELEBRATE MYSCHOOL 21 YEARS OF GIVING BACK

R2.1 MILLION TO CELEBRATE MYSCHOOL 21 YEARS OF GIVING BACK

The MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet community loyalty programme is celebrating 21 years of giving back.  To date, more than R500 million has been raised for South African schools, charities, animal and…

Unjudge Someone – The Human Library Facebook Live Series

Unjudge Someone – The Human Library Facebook Live Series

SACAP (The South African College of Applied Psychology) in partnership with the Human Library South Africa is hosting a Human Library Facebook Live book series. Running weekly until 12th December…

Spur Secret Tribe hosts Chief Cook Event

Spur Secret Tribe hosts Chief Cook Event

Working with uniquely South African flavour combinations, experimenting with different ingredients, measurements and cooking styles, but most of all family fun were the highlights at the Secret Tribe Chief Cook…

Diepsloot learners create solutions to community challenges, using Artificial Intelligence and Robotics skills

Diepsloot learners create solutions to community challenges, using Artificial Intelligence and Robotics skills

Over the last 15 weeks, more than 150 Grade 9 students from Diepsloot Combined School have participated in the ‘AI & Robotics for the Future’ programme, using complex Artificial Intelligence…

From the Garden to the Classroom

From the Garden to the Classroom

Afrika Tikkun and the family of activist, Sandi Jacobson, celebrated the progress of the Garden to Kindergarten project on Thursday, 8 November 2018 by way of a harvest lunch, shared…

South Africa’s bravest pony blazes a new trail of hope

South Africa’s bravest pony blazes a new trail of hope

Cody, a 10-year-old pony, made international news in June last year when he found his way home 16 days after the devastating Knysna fires.  Cody was part of…

Community steps in after local’s truck is stolen and burned

Community steps in after local’s truck is stolen and burned

Sheehama Onesmus (42) recently fell victim to a crime when his vehicle was stolen on 21 October 2018 outside his house in Imizamo Yethu (Mandela Park) in Hout Bay. &nbsp…

Relief for victims of Khayelitsha fires

Relief for victims of Khayelitsha fires

Tumi Sole, founder of a registered non-profit organization, Country Duty has been in the forefront of galvanizing support together with his team for affected families both in Khayelitsha and…

Steyn City invites the public to #PledgeAPair and become a #SoleMate

Steyn City invites the public to #PledgeAPair and become a #SoleMate

Johannesburg: Steyn City is proud to launch its #PledgeAPair campaign, inviting residents, contractors and community members to become a #SoleMate.   The initiative forms part of this year’s Delivering…

What Heritage Day means to Clover Mama Afrika’s Mamas

What Heritage Day means to Clover Mama Afrika’s Mamas

South Africa is home to a diverse nation rich in cultural diversity, from the food eaten, to the colourful vibrant garments worn, not to mention the various genres of music…