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COMPANY NEWS , Funding
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...




Health
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?
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ALL THE NEWS , Health
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...




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

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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...




ALL THE NEWS , Youth
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...




HEADLINES, HIV/AIDS
Image: New HIV prevention therapy rolled out at seven universities. The Higher Education and Training HIV/AIDS Programme (HEAIDS), in partnership with the Department of Health, will roll-out pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) to eleven clinics in seven universities across the country to mark World Contraception Day on 26 September.   Read More...



HEADLINES, Education
Image: Community Chest and Department of Cultural Affairs and Sport sign historic R11.3 Million Agreement. The Year Beyond Programme is a partnership between the Western Cape Government and numerous NGOs and is aimed at improving educational outcomes as well as encouraging a culture of volunteerism. Funds will provide administrative services to one of its key programmes to ensure increased educational outcomes for youth in school and post school.   Read More...



COMPANY NEWS , Environment & Bio-diversity
Image: In Support of Responsible Recycling 16 September marked National Recycling Day SA, which aims to increase awareness by educating community about social, environmental & economic benefits

Novus Holdings, the commercial printing and manufacturing company with head offices in Cape Town, identified the Oasis Association as a sustainable and aligned beneficiary to show their support of National Recycling Day SA.   Read More...




COMPANY NEWS , Transformation
Image: Sea-rious about transformation Sea Harvest believes that successful transformation hinges on effective mentoring and coaching.

“It’s not enough to talk about transformation, businesses need to show shareholders, customers and especially government stakeholders that they are transformed,” says Sea Harvest Human Resources (HR) Director Mary-Lou Harry. With 50% of Sea Harvest’s top management and 70% of its senior management being black, the vertically integrated deep-sea fishing operation is serious about transformation.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Environment & Bio-diversity
Image: We're celebrating Greenpop's 7th birthday They say that 7-year cycles are significant and bring reflection and important shifts

I want to say a huge thank you for joining the Greenpop community in the past 7 years - you have been part of our formative years and I am deeply grateful for your part in getting us to this point. Every person who has opened our newsletter, attended an event, helped us with a project or gotten their hands dirty has played a part in getting us here - thank you!   Read More...




COMPANY NEWS
Image: Shared value project celebrates 16 000 trees this Arbor Month BOS Brands is making a positive change tohttp://www.wecanchange.co. our environment by planting trees in ‘under-green’ communities across the country.

01 September 2017, Johannesburg: South African Abor Week, which celebrates the beauty and importance of trees between 1-7 September every year, also promotes the need to plant and maintain trees across South Africa; it has done so since the 1970s.    Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Education
Image: MYSCHOOL’S NEW DREAM2TEACH FUND FOR MATRICS Teaching is often described as ‘a calling’ because the teachers that have the biggest impact are the ones with a genuine passion and a special aptitud

But that drive to teach can get snuffed out in matriculants from disadvantaged communities if they can’t access the resources for a tertiary education.  This is not only a tragedy on an individual level.  A single teacher impacts a generation of learners, yet recent studies show our country has less than half the teachers we need. We all need to consider the benefits of supporting those with a dream to teach.

 
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COMPANY NEWS , Health
Image: Sasfin Cyclethon Spring into action for a good cause with the 2017 Sasfin Cyclethon at Melrose Arch

Want to celebrate spring with a bit of spinning action while doing your bit for charity at the same time? You can at the Sasfin Cyclethon, proudly hosted by Melrose Arch and powered by Planet Fitness on 16 September 2017, in support of the Smile Foundation and Hospice Wits.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Education
Image: The power of reading Literacy Day is celebrated on Friday (08 September 2017), it is a day meant to raise consciousness about the high levels of illiteracy.

Twenty-nine years ago, Mustadafin Foundation introduced a literacy programme to those who were unable to read and write. Since then, the Foundation has made it their primary objective to actively promote literacy and education, as an instrument to empower individuals and communities.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Arts & Culture
Image: Brand-new Music and Arts Centre for Steenberg High School Steenberg High School’s brand-new Music and Arts Centre will be officially opened today, 01 September 2017.

The much-needed Centre was made possible by Coca-Cola Peninsula Beverages’ (CCPB) generous donation of R2.25 million, in partnership with the Rotary Club of Newlands who contributed to and managed the building project. The Centre will be a hub for all cultural activities at the school, and will also be used as a dance studio.   Read More...




Videos
Image: The Living Link - Creating Abilities from Disabilities

The Living Link is a non-profit organisation that caters for the intellectually disabled community regardless of race, gender and religious background. It aims to encourage, enhance and support the development of intellectually disabled adults, helping them attain a high quality of life. We support and assist with the inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities into society and facilitate their transition from school to work to independent living.   Read More...




Social & Community
Image: Tragic and Long-Lasting effects of child abuse

With child abductions, gang violence and rampant substance use making the news on a regular basis, we need not question what the negative effects on children are. We know for a fact from years of close observation – that a child’s innocence, feeling of safety and trust in the world has been radically shaken. After even one traumatic event, a child can be left with nightmares, be afraid of sudden noises and struggle to trust others. But when these events start to repeat, in a community that is soaked in these social ills our children need direct and urgent support.   Read More...



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