Vanguards are people who are willing to put the needs of the people beyond theirs. They are people who are willing to work hard to see an idea flourish and their people prosper.
South Africa needs radical structural changes. Radical means going to the root. We need changes at the very roots of our economic structures.
Quick tips you can share on how to do a self-examination.
South Africa is a land of opportunity, because with the right attitude; you can milk for money. We want the land, they want their Rand, so who do we trust?
Mathematics is among the most failed subjects in South Africa. Earlier this year, the Department of Basic Education said the number of Grade 12 learners who passed Mathematics had dropped from 59.1% in 2013 to 53.5%, with only 3.2% learners achieved distinctions.
The use of English in African literature, be it rightly or wrongly, forms a significant part of the debate about the use of language in African literature.
Activators are from different parts of the country and we all have different apparitions and its beneficial and inspirational when we collaborate and grow our visions.
“Cultural heritage is an expression of the ways of living developed by a community passed on from generation including customs, practices, places, objects, artistic expressions and values…”
“…pregnancy is seen as a girl childs issue and I feel it is very important to engage with these young men so that both the mother and father knows the important role that they each play in raising a child.”
An open dialogue with Deputy Public Protector, Kevin Masanga and Prof Steven Friedman as panelists, at the Centre Of The Book in Cape Town.
The event created a good platform for us as men to be acknowledged but most importantly a space where we can have an open discussion about our challenges in life and on how to overcome them.
“…The aim of the event was to inform and gather youth in the community of Langa and conscientise them about the life of this leader…”
The Bringing the SDGs Home campaign advocates for the prioritisation of youth economic empowerment solutions for the next fifteen years of the SDGs
“Women have always played a serious leadership role in our countrys struggle. They are still doing so. Public Protector is a typical example of that.”
All these activities aim was to give the community a chance to raise their concerns about issues that affect young people in their communities and together find solutions for those problems.
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.