Dec 15


Johannesburg based social entrepreneur and Activator Xolane Voro Da-Viruz Ngobozana in partnership with Nqobile Katlego Enterprise have launched a campaign called donate a school bag.

Dec 9


Overtime, discussions on HIV/AIDS have seemingly became redundant, with people feeling AIDS fatigue, which can be defined as an oversaturation of information due to having heard the same thing over and over again.

Dec 3

Awarding and Celebrating Education Excellence

We figured education can brighten up the community. So we decided to use that as tool to challenge and change the status quo. Therefore, starting education awards for high school learners became one of the viable and innovative ways of addressing South Africas social ills at the grassroots level.”

Nov 30

5 Minutes With Karabo

We as the Sanitary Campaign feel that the 16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children, must motivate government to speed the process and add more manpower to addressing the issue. But we want the government to focus on this serious issue 365 days of the year and not only for 16.

Nov 23

Mayine Imvula

Low income earners that use subsistence farming to supplement their income and ensure food security, are reported to already be struggling.

Nov 18


“Child marriage is a traditional practice that in many places happens simply because it has happened for generations and straying from tradition could mean exclusion from the community.”

Nov 11

Action the #NoFeesReport, Minister

The current student protests that have erupted across the country are historic. They demonstrate a younger generation willing to take up the struggle against inequality, and to insist on the principle of education for all.”

Oct 28

Digging for Dignity with David

It is difficult to have access to water sources because we are far away, besides that the price to build as well is expensive, so we normally use wheel barrows to collect water from the river which is 3 to 5 kilometers from our houses.

Oct 28

Now that #FeesHaveFallen, what now?

Yesterday, parliamentarians were debating transformation at higher education institutions after the #FeesMustFall protests. Minister Blade Nzimande didn’t even mutter a word about the #ReleaseTheReport. Which raises the question, now that #FeesHaveFallen, what now?

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