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Image: Inside Christel House - a day in the life of a student

Take a look at a day in a life of a Christel House learner. "The mission is simple, the challenge is Huge.
Education is a fundamental human right and will help end the vicious and repetitive cycle of poverty. You can help us transform lives and help pupils of South Africa receive a high-quality education and the social care necessary to help transform their lives... 360 degrees. Join 360 DEGREES and be the change - give a child a life to inspire to, through Christel House school.


Filmed and directed by Nicky Felbert. Branded content, bringing value to our clients by creating entertainment and awareness in the ever-increasing need for digital content.


Image: Sozo Partners with Animation Studio to present The Sozo Story

The Sozo Foundation recently partnered with local animation studio, Studio Bolland, to help tell Sozo’s story through animation.

The 3-minute video introduces viewers to Vrygrond, a little-known township near Muizenberg, Cape Town, expands on the social development needs within the community, and shares how the Sozo Foundation are working to see transformation in the area.


Image: An amazing film project to get social and climate change documents signed at the UN.

Campaigners welcome new development goals as thousands mobilise around the world

Campaigners around the world have today welcomed the adoption of the new Global Goals for sustainable development and called on leaders to seriously commit to their implementation.


Image: Habitat for Humanity PSA Build

A PSA for Habitat for Humanity that exponentially increased donations in many forms


Image: xenophobia speak out!

Have an ear to the ground about what Cape Town says about xenophobia! Directed by Nicky Felbert for Video Tower. https://www.videotower.co.za https://www.nickyfelbertfilm.com Thank you to Lesiba Phillip Malete for his assistance on the streets, Matilda Masendeke and Paul Waldeck for inspiration. And thank you to the many voices of Cape Town who have spoken and helped bring peace to South Africa. And to you, for watching and sharing.
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" Watching the news from my computer about the xenophobic attacks in South Africa, I was appalled that this war had started up again. I have a Zimbabwean au pair, she is wonderful to my child and a pleasure to have in my home. How do I help her and the many other foreigners in South Africa? Or at least help calm the situation in Cape Town where it hadn't flared up. In 2008, Cape Town was in strife and great need over the xenophobic attacks. This should not happen again! I see Capetonians unite in peace with determination that the xenophobic attacks don't create the war and strife of previous years. They have already hurt the South African economy as tourists pull out of their holiday packages. 1 in every 12 jobs in South Africa is supported by tourism. Please watch this video and pass it around to help all the foreigners living in South Africa, help keep SA peaceful! This is a positive and important message! "


Image: Grassroot Soccer 2015 Impact So Far.

Thanks to all our donors, supporters and partners, this is what we've collectively achieved in 2015 so far.


Heritage Day, celebrated annually on the 24th September, has been set aside for South African’s to celebrate exactly that – our rich cultural heritage as a Nation. Although ingredients may vary, the one common thread we have is that when we have something to celebrate, we gather together, light fires and share great meals.

In the spirit of this theme, an opportunity to surprise 2 Entrepreneurs was identified with a #lootbraaimakeover, as their need truly resonated with us. These ladies braai seven days a week to support their families, and we decided to pay it forward by supplying them with some new equipment which would contribute towards strengthening their businesses.


Image: Project Playground - Mapanya Sogoni TEDx Talk

Mapanya Sogoni, manager at Project Playground Langa, speaks at UniTED, a TEDx conference at University of Cape Town, South Africa, April 25th 2015.


Image: Inspirational story about Art in the Forest

Countless children across South Africa live in households where things like crayons or paints are simply unaffordable. Nurturing a child’s artistic side isn’t a priority in communities where poverty, crime or abuse dominates the psyche. So, Art in the Forest created a small haven and a safe environment where children from disadvantaged backgrounds have the freedom to express their creativity.

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