Deputy Minister Meets Crossroads Community photo

Article 07/10/2014

Deputy Minister Meets Crossroads Community

At the end of last month the Deputy Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform, Mcebisi Skwatsha, met with the communities of Crossroads and Nyanga on issues of land claims. The re-opening of land claims was of top priority and community members were made aware of the correct procedures to be follow when making their claims. Read More

Faded Black Innovations photo

Article 07/10/2014

Faded Black Innovations

Faded Black Innovations is a youth-owned registered Non-Profit Organisation that deals with entrepreneurship and leadership programs in under-resourced communities. The Bekkersdal-based organization’s mission is to enable and partner with entrepreneurs to fight social ills in communities through entrepreneurship. Read More

SAYP Skills Dev Programme photo

Article 07/10/2014

SAYP Skills Dev Programme

The SAYP Skills Development Programme offers the Daveyton community life skills programmes such as customer care training, computer training and aftercare programmes. The organization was founded by Neftaly Malatjie in 2005 when he was just 14 years old. Read More

Sokhulumi Wetlands Project photo

Article 07/10/2014

Sokhulumi Wetlands Project

The Gauteng Department of Agriculture and Rural Development discovered an overgrazing problem for the Sokhulumi Community in Brokhorstspruit and solutions needed to be found without creating conflict. Meetings took place with the community and possible resolutions were explored. Read More

Nambitha Nutritional Products photo

Article 06/10/2014

Nambitha Nutritional Products

Nambitha Nutrition Products is a company that produces chips and health drinks that are soya based. The company was started by 5 young people and has had international funding. Read More

Playing our Part Foundation photo

Article 06/10/2014

Playing our Part Foundation

The Playing Our Part Foundation or POP is a Non-Governmental Organisation that was formed by a collective of young men and women and focusses on providing groceries to orphanages and hospices around South Africa with particular focus on HIV orphaned children. Read More

POPUP photo

Article 06/10/2014


POPUP, or the People Upliftment Programme, is a non-profit organization with a holistic approach to the upliftment of underprivileged communities. Their approach includes the mental, physical, emotional and spiritual elements. At present POPUP offers 9 SETA accredited and 5 non-accredited market related skills programmes. Read More

Taursrac Foundation photo

Article 06/10/2014

Taursrac Foundation

The Taursrac Foundation’s focus is on skills development and arts programmes, which include clothing design. The centre offers performance arts training as well as shoe-making courses. Read More

Bela Bela CPA Projects photo

Article 02/10/2014

Bela Bela CPA Projects

More than 6000 hectares of farmland was restored to the community in the Mabula area in Limpopo. The land lends itself to diverse farming activities that enables productivity throughout the year. The CPA projects that was started benefited through the recapitilisation programme and also consists of a Community Food Programme, while some of the youth are on a learnership programme through AgriSeta. Read More

Credit Affordability photo

Article 02/10/2014

Credit Affordability

With this year’s double increase in interest rates, an increase in inflation and several fuel hikes, as well as the ripple effect of escalating food prices, many consumers’ pockets are stretched to the limit. The reality is that consumer’s needs and desires will not diminish because of this. Read More