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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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Image: World Economic Forum Visits Christel House South Africa

WEF and its YGL's from Africa visited Christel House South Africa in June 2015 to discuss strategic Education issues including Employability, Scalability and Sustainability. Regional and global leaders from business, government and civil society gathered to discuss of the central theme: ‘Reimaging Africa’s Future.’ They met with Christel House students to share and discuss ideas about employability, scalable education models, and sustainability of schools in Africa. Students and leaders worked together to present solutions that will reduce inequality, bridge the education gap, and build African competitiveness.


Image: "That Wave" : Waves For Change Up to 20% of young South Africans are effected by Post Traumatic Stress

Up to 20% of young South Africans are effected by Post Traumatic Stress. Waves for Change is pioneering a winning formula of surfing and evidence-based therapy programming which breaks the cycles of violence that keep South Africa's youth from their true potential.
We believe in the power of the Ocean. We want to see surf therapy programmes on every beach around the world. As the J-Bay pro rolls into South Africa, lend us your voice and let's get people talking...

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Image: Gangster VS Gangstar Final Cut HD 720

Introducing our new Enterprise Brand that is bringing hope to unemployed youth from tough backgrounds. Once Gangsters NOW Gangstars making a difference and living a new life full of hope and possibilities!


Image: Clarins Most Dynamic Woman 2013 - Sue Barnes

Sue Barnes, founder of Project Dignity, a remarkable initiative for South African school girls, has been recognised as the 2013 Clarins Most Dynamic Woman of the Year. Project Dignity assists girls who cannot afford to buy sanitary protection and are at a permanent disadvantage due to missing out on their education


Image: Activate Exchange - ActivateLeadershipZA

An Exchange is a series of actual events and dialogues that take place throughout the year. They are specifically for those who have graduated from the first year course, and they provide a platform to discuss what young people are doing to create change and what can be done to support them.


Image: Newlands PARK INN-RADISSON Hotel making headlines for right reasons- with 30% of employees Deaf

A Cape Town Hotel has been making headlines for all the right reasons, lately by exposing guests to the world of Deaf people. 30 percent of employees at the Newlands based Park Inn by Radisson are completely or partially Deaf. It's believed the hotel has the highest compliment of Deaf employees in the world.


Image: The Institute for Justice and Reconciliation  :  2013-14 Reconciliation Award

Tuesday, 11 November 2014 - Steenberg High School, Cape Town: The Institute for Justice and Reconciliation presented its 2013-14 Reconciliation Award to Symphonia for South Africa, for its Partners for Possibility (PfP) flagship project, for enlivening reconciliation by helping to bridge the social, economic and geographical divides between the business and education sectors


Image: "Share The Sound Of An Aids Free Generation" and support (RED)

Babies from around the world sing in perfect harmony and share the sound of a generation free of HIV. Learn how you can help make a difference with Coca-Cola and (RED)


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7 MATRIC BOYS, 3 TUK TUKS, 3500KM OF SOUTH AFRICAN ROAD... ALL FOR CHARITY


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