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Tributes are pouring in as South Africa mourns the death of an anti-apartheid cultural activist, performer and National Order of Ikhamanga recipient Jonathan “Johnny” Clegg.


Young unemployed youth from rural areas now have a greater chance of finding employment, thanks to a woman-owned business that was funded by the National Youth Development Agency (NYDA).


Over 140 suspects have been arrested during National Joint Operational and Intelligence Structure (NatJoints) operations around the Western Cape since Thursday last week, Police Minister Bheki...

Young people are writing down and discussing their experiences of racism in South Africa thanks to the Ahmed Kathrada Foundation.

Participants in the Ahmed Kathrada Foundation’s annual...

What will you be doing for Mandela Day? This question should be on everyone’s lips this month!

What is Mandela Day?

Each year, on 18 July, Mandela Day calls on all...

Woolworths’ first intake of candidates, as part of the Youth Employment Service programme, will make a massive impact on 450 learners’ lives. Yonela Gozini (19) is one of 450 learners that Woolworths has employed, on a one-year
Founded in 1999 by the great man himself, the Nelson Mandela Foundation is one of South Africa’s leading NGOs, supporting a wide range of causes about which Tata Madiba was passionate. The foundation also partners with other organisations that
Savings Month is a great way to help South Africans focus on why we should save and how to do it, ensuring that we take back our power to become financially free. According to South African Savings Institute CEO Gerald Mwandiambira, while there
With over 9.7 percent of South Africa’s population suffering from depression, anxiety or both, the chance is high that one or more of your colleagues or employees is battling with one of these mental health conditions right now. This is why
Union Buildings Nelson Mandela showed South Africans that it is possible to forgive. Despite years of unjust treatment, he was able to envisage a South Africa that cared equally for all its citizens – even his former oppressors.
Government has eased the burden for another 42 Western Cape residents by providing them with their own home. Cassidy September (10) finally has her own bedroom and backyard to play in, thanks to the Western Cape Department of Human Settlements

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