The Network

With more than 2000 members, there’s always something happening in the ACTIVATE! network. Click on each story to read more about how Activators are driving change across South Africans.


Ambassadors of Change Hosts Heritage Day Event

Posted by Mbasa Gqokoma on Tue, Sep 27 2016 12:59:00
“Through these kinds of events we want to promote a drug-free society where the youth will divert its attention to programmes that will build and benefit society.”

Switch Weekend Comes To A Close

Posted by Kim Barlow on Mon, Sep 26 2016 15:38:00
“We need you guys to succeed. If you look at what makes life successful, its entrepreneurship, especially in technology. Go out there and build a better world."

Inaugural Switch Weekend Seminar Kicks Off

Posted by Kim Barlow on Sat, Sep 24 2016 09:37:00
On 23 September, young leaders from across the country came together to connect and exchange ideas at the first national SWITCH weekend seminar in Johannesburg. Specializing in areas like youth development, community development and women empowerment, the group participated in various strategic activities.

Could a Sisterhood Be a Tool To Drive Change?

Posted by Lulama Mali on Fri, Sep 23 2016 15:17:00

PRESS RELEASE: Ambassadors of Change Driving Heritage Day

Posted by Nomtika Mjwana on Fri, Sep 23 2016 15:01:00

Is Youth Participating in Democratic Institutions?

Posted by Rammolotsi Sothoane on Tue, Sep 20 2016 12:58:00
"Despite their apparent lack of participation in formal political activities, youth have been at the forefront of many of the recent protest actions over service delivery, education reform and emerging social movements seeking to shift structural and systematic oppression."

Vuwani Continues To Burn

Posted by Koketso Marishane on Fri, Sep 16 2016 15:30:00

Art For Lifeskills

Posted by Lwazi Nongauza on Thu, Sep 15 2016 15:48:00
“My arts mission is to inspire positive social change, provoke discussions, capacitate the already existing viable platforms that enable marginalised voices to be heard and influence South Africa’s thought leaders and their followers’ thinking.
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