Elgin Learning Foundation photo

Article 02/10/2014

Elgin Learning Foundation

The Elgin Learning Foundation serves disadvantaged communities in rural areas through education, training and development. The Foundation is involved in various accredited training programmes in the Northern and Western Cape, while they’ve also delivered training interventions in KwaZulu-Natal. Read More

Emthonjeni Wokuphila Community Development Centre photo

Article 01/10/2014

Emthonjeni Wokuphila Community Development Centre

The Emthonjeni Wokuphila Community Development Centre was established by Pastor Daniel Mahlangu in 2004 after identifying the problems of unemployment, drugs and alcohol in his community amongst adults and youths. Read More

Imfundiso Skills Development Programme photo

Article 01/10/2014

Imfundiso Skills Development Programme

Imfundiso Skills Development runs various community based jewellery training programmes across the country. It began in 2004 with Anglogold Ashanti enjoying a close relationship with Imfumdiso Skills Development. Since then there have been a number of other partners. Read More

Prudence Mogoshi Livestock photo

Article 01/10/2014

Prudence Mogoshi Livestock

Prudence Mogoshi is a passionate female farmer in Gauteng. She started farming in 2005 with various mixed breeds. Later she got involved with a livestock improvement scheme through the Agricultural Research Council and today she owns more than 80 herd of cattle. Read More

Tata Africa Holding’s Initiatives photo

Article 01/10/2014

Tata Africa Holding’s Initiatives

Tata Africa Holdings has initiatives that uplift the community and address the group’s broader sustainability issues through various training and development programmes. Read More

DuPont Pioneer Initiative photo

Article 30/09/2014

DuPont Pioneer Initiative

DuPont Pioneer launched a small holder farmer grower training initiative for black farmers in South Africa recently. Read More

Ikemiseng Association for the Blind photo

Article 30/09/2014

Ikemiseng Association for the Blind

Joyce Sibeko is the founder of the Ikemiseng Association for the Blind. She has always been an ardent activist and has fought for community initiatives. Amongst her successes have been the Aretshepeng Burial Society in Limpopo, the Phediseng Women’s Club and a soccer club she established in 1995 which is still going strong. Read More

Sovetjheza Snr Secondary School photo

Article 30/09/2014

Sovetjheza Snr Secondary School

Sovetjheza Secondary School is a Secondary School that specialises in standard education. The school is based in Mpumalanga. Recently, the school was renovated by a gentleman who refurbishes learning areas for the benefit of the pupils. Read More

The MAD Generation photo

Article 30/09/2014

The MAD Generation

In 2011 the inmates at Boksburg Correctional Centre prison in Boksburg founded the Make a Difference Generation Organisation, with the intention of raising awareness of some of the social challenges facing them such as crime, drugs and HIV/AIDS. Read More

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Article 29/09/2014

Boitumelo Training & Resource Centre

The Boitumelo Training and Resource Center is a Soweto-based not for profit organisation that aims to uplift the surrounding community by providing various training programmes. Read More