Login |  

*

ALL THE NEWS
HEADLINES, Enterprise, Skills Development
Image: Non-profits leverage technology to support under-resourced communities What do the three different topics of fish, citizen-based social monitoring, and youth empowerment have in common? All are associated with local non-profit organisations (NPOs) that are leveraging technology in exciting ways to make a difference in under-resourced communities.   Read More...



HEADLINES, Environment & Bio-diversity
Image: Secretary-General calls for climate action as new cyclone devastates Mozambique The Commonwealth Secretary-General, Patricia Scotland, has expressed her profound sadness at the devastation caused by Cyclone Kenneth which has ravaged Mozambique today. She said: “Our thoughts and prayers are with all those affected by Cyclone Kenneth in Mozambique, the strongest cyclone yet to have hit the country.   Read More...



COMPANY NEWS , Environment & Bio-diversity
Image: Woolworths announces FSC® certified till paper The Head of Sustainability points out that partnering with FSC has been critical in achieving this milestone of responsibly sourced till paper.

While the till slip is a relatively insignificant bit of paper in the hands of a shopper, for retailers globally the scale of this paper consumption is huge. The heavyweight impact of Woolworths’ latest ‘responsibly sourced’ commodity announcement to replace their till slip paper with Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®) certified paper involves 211 tonnes of paper per year.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Early Childhood Development (ECD)
Image: Shack to Chic - Starting Chance We are very excited to have finally built a new school for Principal Elizabeth of Emmanuel Educare.

She has been running her educare in a dilapidated shack under difficult circumstances for 10 years. She will soon move into a purpose-built educare for 55 children with classrooms for both babies and toddlers and a lovely outdoor playground. Thank you Home Choice for making this happen.   Read More...




COMPANY NEWS , Education, Health
Image: Engen supports Caring4Girls at Lekete Secondary School Engen has invested to help keep female learners in school during their menstrual cycles.

Lekete Secondary School in Bushbuckridge, Mpumalanga is the first of 30 schools to benefit from Engen’s R2.5 million cash injection to the Imbumba Foundation’s Caring4Girls programme.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Skills Development
Image: TNPA ploughing back scarce skills into the maritime sector TNPA is making a significant contribution to the development of critical skills required by the SA port system, with its ongoing development

Ten new cadets, out of a national port pipeline of 31, have just completed their academic and sea borne training, with seven of them now employed by the Port of Ngqura for three years to complete their Tug Master training and three at the Port of Richards Bay.   Read More...




HEADLINES, Environment & Bio-diversity
Image: Infrastructure needed to achieve 72% of SDG targets UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) - global targets relating to poverty, health, the environment, peace and justice - will rely on infrastructure systems. A new analysis published in Nature Sustainability has found that the majority of the UN’s SDGs - global targets relating to poverty, health, the environment, peace and justice - will rely on infrastructure systems.   Read More...



ALL THE NEWS , Offenders and Ex-offenders rehabilitation, Social & Community
Image: The President’s Award for Youth Empowerment’s Fourth Annual Cycling Tour YOUNG INMATES CYCLED 240 KM IN THE WESTERN CAPE TO BREAK THE CYCLE OF CRIME

The only cycling trip in the world where incarcerated youth cycle alongside free citizen youth and happened 25th to 29th of March 2019. The President’s Award for Youth Empowerment (TPA) has brought together 22 cyclists; 12 incarcerated youth,  2 youth from Die Herberg Kinderhuis and 8 leaders from Correctional Services (7) and Die Herberg Kinderhuis (1) to cycle 240 km through the Breede River Valley area in the Western Cape. Members of the South African Police Services and the Department of Correctional Services provided support throughout the week.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Social & Community
Image: Shiloh Food  -  Who benefits? Every morning the delivery vehicles line up at Shiloh Food, ready to load more than a thousand piping hot stews, fresh sandwiches and other treats.

Our food production plant is equipped with Industrial food processing equipment and walk-in freezers. To produce these meals, we use some 800 kg of potatoes and 600 kg of meat per month, not to mention the large quantities of veggies, rice, samp, lentils and dry beans. Sounds too good to be true? Then pop in to come and see for yourself!   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Environment & Bio-diversity
Image: Transnet National Port Authority (TNPA) Port of Mossel Bay helps conserve marine life. TNPA has contributed another R100 000 to support the conservation efforts of its strategic environmental partner.

TNPA has contributed another R100 000 to support the conservation efforts of its strategic environmental partner, the Seabird and Penguin Rehabilitation Centre (SAPREC), which provides treatment and temporary care to injured, diseased, displaced or oiled indigenous marine birds.    Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Safety & Security, Women Empowerment
Image: Rape Crisis - Supporting Recovery At Rape Crisis we want to encourage rape survivors to speak out about their experience, so that their psychological healing may begin

We do this through both telephone and face-to-face counseling which is offered free of charge to survivors and their families. Our trained counsellors support survivors along the path to recovery.

What is a Feminist leader?

We all know that women’s rights are under threat in South Africa because of violence, poverty and inequality. South Africa needs leadership that encourages individual women to work at understanding and shifting the oppressive power dynamics that keep harmful and oppressive systems in place.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Civil Action/Philanthropy, Advocacy
Image: Human Rights Day  -  20 March 2019 Human Rights Day in South Africa is marked on 21 March, commemorating when 69 people died &180 people wounded protesting in Sharpeville in 1960.

On this date South Africans are reminded of their rights, and the sacrifices made to entrench those rights. South Africa’s Bill of Rights is found in chapter 2 of the Constitution.   Read More...




HEADLINES, Civil Action/Philanthropy, Advocacy
Image: Human Rights Day: Remembering Robert Sobukwe's role in the fight for freedom and equality-Izwelethu On 21 March 1960, the founding member of the Pan Africanist Congress, Robert Managaliso Sobukwe, together with the community of Sharpeville township orchestrated a peaceful protest against the Pass laws instituted by the ruling NP. In what would be known as the Sharpeville Massacre, the police opened fire at the crowd killing 69 people and wounding 180.   Read More...



COMPANY NEWS , Education, Sustainability
Image: WOOLWORTHS, SUSTAINABILTY INSTITUTE AND SPIER LAUNCH COMMUNITY LEARNING FARM It will involve the training and development of young farmers to address local youth unemployment and land reform issues.

Woolworths has joined hands with its supplier, Spier wine farm; the Sustainability Institute and its AgroEcology Academy to launch the Living Soils Community Learning Farm, in the Lynedoch valley of the Stellenbosch Winelands.  The partners have agreed to a three-year pilot project that aims to establish a learning farm that demonstrates ecologically-restorative methods to grow nutrient-rich foods to improve community food security.   A critical aspect of the project is that through the AgroEcology Academy   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Education, Social & Community
Image: Prof Jonathan Jansen visits our campus Just last week we had a special visit from transformational education veteran and Stellenbosch University Professor, Jonathan Jansen.

Jansen came to see first-hand how Christel House magically works towards breaking the cycle of poverty. Jansen was expressly moved by the fact that we admit students from Cape Town’s most impoverished communities and give them a tangible opportunity to rise above their circumstances.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Education, Skills Development
Image: You can help kids learn to read Let's teach the world to READ ! Can you help ?

Ripple Reading uses a neuro-cognition approach to develop reading and comprehension skills for Grade 1 – 3 learners.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Education
Image: Edufundi Kicks off 2019! “Investing in yourself is the best investment you will ever make. It will not only improve your life, it will improve the lives of those around you.

It is hard to believe that we have already come to the end of the first term of 2019! We had a really strong start to the year with our whole team getting together for a Professional Development week in the middle of January at Southern Sun Newlands. The whole week was generously sponsored by Tsogo Sun.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Sport
Image: Why not cycle for Salesian Life Choices? If you are a cyclist in the 2019 Cape Town Cycle Tour and of the Catholic faith, why not cycle for Salesian Life Choices?

This year, Salesian Life Choices wants to unite Catholics on bicycles and begin a new tradition in town. Salesian Life Choices is a Cape Town based NPO working with youth from the low income communities of the Cape Flats and we are part of the well-known Salesians of Don Bosco movement.   Read More...




HEADLINES, Education
Image: SA Universities must adapt to changing International Funding Trends International support for South African HEI's has shifted markedly since the country rejoined the international community in 1994, says Ghaleeb Jeppie, Chief Director: International Relations, Dept of Higher Education and Training. He was a guest speaker at the recent Inyathelo Leadership Retreat, which considered how to ensure long-term sustainability for HEIs.   Read More...



ALL THE NEWS , Early Childhood Development (ECD)
Image:  First Africa Play Conference in Pretoria, the LEGO Foundation and Sesame Workshop Takalani Sesame, LEGO Foundation Launch "Learning Through Play" initiative to reach millions of children and caregivers across South Africa.

Yesterday at the first-ever Africa Play Conference in Pretoria, the LEGO Foundation and Sesame Workshop (the nonprofit organisation behind Takalani Sesame) announced a major 5-year initiative to promote children’s learning through play by harnessing the power of Takalani Sesame to reach children and caregivers through television, digital media, and targeted community engagement. The new program builds on the LEGO Foundation and Sesame Workshop’s partnership in South Africa, which has brought opportunities for play-based learning to children and their caregivers since 2015.   Read More...



Page 5 of 133First   Previous   1  2  3  4  [5]  6  7  8  9  10  Next   Last   

Upcoming Events
       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Copyright 2011 by WeCanChangeOurWorld   Terms Of Use  Privacy Statement