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ALL THE NEWS , Agriculture/Food, Food security
Image: UN report on the progress towards Zero Hunger According to the UN, the number of people in the world who suffer from hunger continues to increase, with Africa the most-affected continent.

Slow Food - "We need bolder policies to combat poverty, inequality and marginalization that adopt an agroecological, inclusive and socially equitable model of food production."   Read More...




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Image: Proudly SA and SACTWU respond to imported formal suits worn by Bafana Bafana en route to Egypt

Proudly South African and the Southern African Clothing & Textile Workers Union (SACTWU) have noted with dismay the photos of Bafana Bafana travelling to and from Egypt for their recent AFCON campaign wearing wholly imported suits sponsored by Damat.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Environment & Bio-diversity
Image: New commitment to cross collaboration in the waste management industry solidified

“The purpose of the MoU is to ensure increased cross collaboration between government, the IWMSA, and the private sector within the waste management industry in South Africa. The signing of the MoU will allow the Regulator and the Institute to collaborate on and debate matters of mutual environmental interest and find workable solutions to benefit the entire industry role players.   Read More...




COMPANY NEWS , Education
Image: Uber partners with Old Mutual to bring driver-partners financial literacy sessions Driver-partners in South Africa are extremely important to Uber and for this reason

Uber is proud to bring back the Old Mutual Financial Literacy Sessions for driver-partners at no cost to them. The education sessions, which will run weekly for the next 24 months, kicked off at Uber’s Green Light Hub (driver support centres) in Johannesburg where a number of drivers attended.    Read More...




COMPANY NEWS , Sport
Image: Grassroot Soccer at SA AIDS: Talking Points and Takeaways Grassroot Soccer (GRS) joined thought leaders, scientists for the ninth-annual SA AIDS Conference in Durban

It was with great excitement that Grassroot Soccer (GRS) joined thought leaders, scientists, medical practitioners, and influential stakeholders for the ninth-annual SA AIDS Conference in Durban. The biannual conference is the second-largest HIV conference in the world and brings together more than 3,000 people, 25% of whom represent countries other than South Africa. During our time at the conference, GRS had the privilege of sharing two poster presentations.   Read More...




HEADLINES, Education
Image: Philanthropists give over R1.7 billion to 11 local universities Research reveals severely skewed distribution
Many South Africans and South African organisations are giving significantly more philanthropic funding to local universities. However, the vast majority of funding goes to more traditional, research-intensive, historically advantaged universities (HAIs). The challenge is to better understand this discrepancy, and to address how historically disadvantaged universities (HDIs) can attract more funding.   Read More...



COMPANY NEWS , Youth
Image: Woolworths partners with Government to launch their first intake from the YES youth initiative Woolworths and the Youth Employment Services (YES) programme, aims to empower one million young SA's by offering paid, quality work experience.

Woolworths is pleased to announce the official launch of its first intake of candidates from the Youth Employment Services (YES) programme, a government-led partnership with business, labour and civil society which aims to empower one million young South Africans by offering paid, quality work experience.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Funding
Image: Rotary Club of Claremont welcomes new president Tsie Mogoje newly elected president of the Rotary Club of Claremont

“I am honoured to take over the helm of this extraordinary club,” said Tsie Mogoje newly elected president of the Rotary Club of Claremont at her inauguration on Tuesday, 25 June 2019. Tsie will take over the reins for the 2018/2019.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Education
Image: WORD WARRIOR COMPETITION SHARPENS LITERARY SKILLS READ Educational Trust’s annual Word Warrior Competition

READ Educational Trust’s annual Word Warrior Competition has always drawn attention to the creative young wordsmiths in South Africa, and last year’s competition proved no different!   Read More...




HEADLINES, Addiction & Substance Abuse
Image: Celebrating sobriety on International Day against Drug Abuse While statistics indicate that 10% of the population are addicts, the rest of us are also affected in some way.
International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking, which is celebrated on June 26, directly or indirectly impacts on all of our lives.  While statistics indicate that 10% of the population are addicts, the rest of us are also affected in some way, as we all have a family member, friends or colleagues that has been inflicted by addiction at some point in their lives.   Read More...



ALL THE NEWS , Youth
Image: The President’s Award for Youth Empowerment #WORLDREADY Formal Education Alone is Not Enough to Equip Youth to Succeed in Life

As South Africa celebrates Youth Month, the largest international youth achievement programme, The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award, known locally as The President’s Award for Youth Empowerment (TPA) is calling attention to the significant role non-formal education is playing in equipping youth to succeed in life.   Read More...




COMPANY NEWS , Sport
Image:  Microsoft pushing Team Dimension Data to new heights Microsoft South Africa is proud to announce that it is the official cloud partner of Team Dimension Data (Team DD).

The sponsorship aims to transform the world of cycling by using cloud capabilities to unlock new opportunities for Team DD in this ever-evolving world of digital transformation. Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka is Africa’s first and only registered WorldTour cycling team competing at the highest level in all of cycling’s showpiece events.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Social & Community
Image: Join us for our Mandela Day 2019 campaign YOUPSA invites you to join in our campaign

With Mandela Day around the corner on 18 July 2019, Youth Potential South Africa - YOUPSA invites you to join in our campaign, giving our children a future where they can flourish.   Read More...




HEADLINES, Environment & Bio-diversity
Image: Seychelles leads action on marine protected areas. Seychelles is one of 12 countries that has stepped forward to lead ‘action groups’ under the Blue Charter
'Champion’ countries of the Commonwealth Blue Charter are laying the groundwork for joint action and robust, innovative strategies to tackle the world’s most pressing ocean issues.   Read More...



COMPANY NEWS , Skills Development
Image: MYSCHOOL SUPPORTS LEARN TO EARN’S GRAPHIC DESIGN COURSE MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet is funding the essential upgrade of the hardware and software for the Learn to Earn Graphic Design Training course.

Learn to Earn, which offers unemployed, disenfranchised  people a hand up, not a hand out, runs 14 market-relevant training programmes across four Western Cape campuses. The short, intensive skills programmes are aimed at the holistic development of the students providing them with opportunities to gain scarce skills, financial acumen and vital preparation for the world of work.    Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Arts & Culture
Image: Makhanda prepares for the National Arts Festival The National Arts Festival is an event on the SA cultural calendar, and the biggest annual celebration of the arts on the African continent

The banners, posters and flags are going up as Makhanda (formerly Grahamstown) prepares to host the 45th National Arts Festival, 11 days of amazing, in a feast of arts, culture and free entertainment. This year the Festival is on from 27th June till 7th July.    Read More...




COMPANY NEWS , Youth
Image: Engen’s Busisiwe Mkhungo finds her wings this Youth Day Youth Month is special as it provides an opportunity to reflect on the importance of helping young gifted South Africans

Youth Month is special as it provides an opportunity to reflect on the importance of helping young gifted South Africans explore new horizons and reach for the stars. Busiswe Mkhungo a young chemical engineer is one of many whose horizons have broadened thanks to Engen. Reflecting on the significance of 16 June in our country’s history, Busisiwe advises the country’s youth to focus on the real world and stop putting all their energy into boasting on social media.  “I’m really concerned about social media because it’s stealing people’s dreams.   Read More...




COMPANY NEWS , Funding
Image: Inyathelo hosts free screening of global fundraising virtual conference The event was a free, two-day virtual conference called Fundraising Online 2019 (#FRO)

Cape Town-based not-for-profit (NPO) and social impact organisations recently had the opportunity to learn about fundraising, change management and innovation from some of the world’s best.   Read More...




Safety & Security, Social & Community
Image: Freedom Day with meaning for youth - GunFree SA ALEXANDRA – Alex youth on a mission to silence the guns.

Freedom Day 2019 was a worthy cause to Alex Youth who partnered with GunFree SA to fight the alarming gun violence in their community. This was through sports, arts and other forms of entertainment at the Alex Mall and off the street where they are exposed and recruited into crime.   Read More...




HEADLINES, Social & Community
Image: Duke of Sussex presents innovation awards at Commonwealth 70th anniversary A campaigner against gender-based violence, an inventor of life-saving medical devices and the boss of a pioneering recycling company, were among the recipients of the Commonwealth's Innovation for Sustainable Development Awards.   Read More...


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