Activator Stories

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.

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Enterprise Development: A key to black sustenance

Posted by Nhlanhla Ndlovu on Thu, Jan 12 2017 14:21:00
His name is Nhlanhla Ndlovu, an enterprise development practitioner. His business is also very closely connected to his social entrepreneurial work, he explains how he made it work.
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PrEP as HIV Prevention: An Intersectional Lens On Access

Posted by Nomtika Mjwana on Thu, Dec 01 2016 09:57:00
Nomtika reflects on the many important issues facing girls and young women, and how these need to be addressed far beyond 01 December.
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A victorious day for women

Posted by Kim Barlow on Fri, Nov 25 2016 13:51:00
As we mark 16 Days of Activism against Violence against Women and Children, we celebrate the victories that women have achieved and we condemn the continued repression they continue to endure.
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Lessons from Europe’s largest technology conference

Posted by Lwazi Nongauza on Wed, Nov 23 2016 15:06:00
"As a female tech entrepreneur in this space, it brings me even more joy that I can share my experience with fellow female entrepreneurs and encourage them to travel and attend international conferences to bring them and their businesses a new wave of inspiration and confidence."
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Activator Shakes Global Entrepreneurship Week

Posted by Lwazi Nongauza on Wed, Nov 23 2016 13:40:00
“ACTIVATE! has helped my entrepreneurship journey through SWITCH where I learned how to improve my business operations through the business modeling canvas."
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A! Men’s Freeze Flash Mobb

Posted by Nhlanhla Ndlovu on Tue, Nov 22 2016 14:02:00
A! Men simply seeks to effect change in the way men see themselves, the way men act and it helps men be men as expected of them.
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Zikisa Honoured For Public Speaking

Posted by Kim Barlow on Mon, Oct 10 2016 13:25:00
“World Peace - a state where human beings have learned to co-exist, where we see each other through the lances of humanity and the rights of others are respected.”
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Activators Debate Inclusive Tertiary Education

Posted by Lwazi Nongauza on Fri, Sep 30 2016 11:19:00
We must quickly find solutions to the youth’s outcry for free education. No form of censorship tricks will defuse those ticking bombs this time around.”

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