For Women’s Month, struggle icon Ahmed Kathrada gives some leadership pointers to female Activators.
“…the station will enable me to have a working space without having to stress about paying rent as is the biggest challenges…”
We provide education and awareness through hosting workshops, talks and events in communities and schools.
One needs to understand the business he or she wants to venture. One needs to know the regulations.
The support we have been given from ACTIVATE! in workshopping our project proposal and asking ourselves the ‘right’ questions around our role as South Africans, has been so helpful.
South Africas wealth is not in gold or diamonds. It’s in the untapped talent of its young people – especially in rural areas.
If I dont get out of bed and actively make the changes that I want to see in the world, no one else will.
One Blood is a campaign aimed at bringing a diverse group of people together in order to eradicate fear and create a more accepting society.
Many feel where they come from dictates their future, they dont realise the information that is out there and what they can achieve if they look for opportunities.
People need to stop working in silence and become vigilant about those around them who can aid them in bringing the change they want to see.
Activator, choreographer and owner of KwaMashu gym – Triple B Fitness Family Indoor Sports Centre – Mlekeleli Khuzwayo, hosted the Womens Day picnic to raise funds for a business trip to America.
I want to be the voice for the ones that cannot speak for themselves and let them be heard.
In the run-up to International Youth Day on 12 August, we remember the battles fought by the youth during the Apartheid era, and commemorate those who are fighting different but still difficult challenges today.
“Im definitely not your typical Muslim Indian female in South Africa. Indian females these days are doing well, have excellent positions, and push radical change.”