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Role Model's R400 000 sponsored to Mitchell's Plain youth
Liberty has announced its sponsorship of R400 000 to the Mitchell’s Plain Bursary and Role Model Trust. The funds will go towards assisting 10 students with tertiary fees over the next four years.
03 Dec 2013 - T. S.
Goodwill aids the youth Goodwill and Growth stream in from the U.K
Three people from a children’s charity Goodwill & Growth for Africa UK (GAGA) will head out to KwaZulu- Natal to build a building and creche to the value of approximately R123,300
14 Aug 2013 - S. T.
Abused children at risk of obesity Research has found a link between child abuse and adult obesity
Children who are physically, sexually or emotionally abused or neglected are at greater risk for obesity later in life, a new review suggests
24 May 2013 - M. E.
Ten Junior Commissioners selected to asses the future of education Global inititive on education
Kamogelo Matjila, a Grade 10 learner and sole representative from Africa, has been invited to the UK and the USA as part of a year long global project as a Junior Commissioner.
06 May 2013 - F. G.
Up in flames David Grier supports National Burns Week
At least 15 000 children in South Africa suffer from burns-related injuries every year, with an average of nine children dying each day from these injuries.
02 May 2013 - T. H.
Mobile desks awarded DeskBags Donation Eases Daveyton Pupils Educational Struggles
DeskBags aim to provide a temporary solution to those in need of school desks as improved education could be used as a vaccine to poverty and crime.
22 Apr 2013 - T. T.
Corporate social investment in education Are we winning the ‘war’ against poverty and unemployment?
Every year, millions in corporate social investment funds are directed towards the education sector, have they made any difference?
19 Apr 2013 - T. S.
Autism on the increase Autism affects a staggering 1 in every 88 children worldwide
Autism remains a somewhat misunderstood condition amongst the majority of South Africans. However, autism affects a staggering 1 in every 88 children worldwide – and this number is rising.
12 Apr 2013 - A. H.
Kids learn through dance and music Music and dance are perfect outlets for children's expression and learning.
Over 100 orphaned and previously disadvantaged children from two non-profit organisations - Lalela Project and Where Rainbows Meet – enjoyed a program entitled My “African Beat” by Gigs for Kids.
11 Apr 2013 - E. M.
Marching to their own beat Brass band keeps kids away from gang life
Based in Limpopo, a rural region whose lifeblood is its river, Bezzi's youth brass band is one local woman's answer to a distinct lack of youth engagement in the area.
05 Apr 2013 - K. E.




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