Terence on SAFM talking about the supplement

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Our facilitator Terence was on SAFM talking about the Sunday Times supplement "Journey of a Change Driver".

Activator Story: Lejweleputswa Exchange

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First year Activators Action and Themba are organising an Exchange in the Lejweleputswa District in the Free State. The theme for the Exchange is Crime: A destroyer of young generational legacy.

Activator Mandilakhe talking about youth opportunities

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Activator Mandilakhe tackles the question "Are there any opportunities available for the youth?"

Mandela Day: Protein, vegetables and love

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The head office team went to Home from Home in Khayelitsha as part of the Mandela Day initiative. We were split up into teams and went to visit 7 homes. We went armed with soup, rolls and some desert treats.

Understanding the Differences Between Civil Society and Civil Society Organisations

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Within the South African context there seems to be a lot of confusion about who civil society is and what it means. The term is often used loosely, which just deepens the confusion.

Activator Story: Puppet Show

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Activator Thabang Tshabalala shares his story of how the first year training has inspired him at the camp he works at in America.

Activator Story: Mokgadi Matlakala

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Activator Mokgadi takes us on a journey through her community as she explains how her community has shaped her.

The Possibility of the "Funding Crisis"

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The words competition and competitive are increasingly being used to address the non-profit sector, something which should both shame and alarm us all.

Dialogue: Do We Have A Culture Of Drinking?

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A part of the training programme Activators are taught how to run a dialogue session. There was live tweet session when the Gauteng group was practicing running a dialogue session.

Paperboy - Postboxes for Everyone

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Information thats not transmitted to its recipients is futile in a communication link. I have noticed that a lot of households in my community dont have post boxes, and this in turn results in a number of letters and responses...

Township Roots Project

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Township Roots exists to improve education in Nyanga, Cape Town. Through our programs we aim to help the young people of Nyanga stay out of crime and stay in school, all the way through primary and high-school and into university.