June 27th was a busy day for Activators across the country as various events kicked off in Limpopo, Johannesburg, Pretoria, Mpumalanga and Cape Town.
Activators presented a memorandum to government departments during their Youth Day celebrations in Kraaifontein, Cape Town.
Someone or rather people had seen potential in my idea, in me and had invested R10 000.00 towards my vision.
A vibrant group of more than 600 youngsters spilled out of Ntuzuma Library in KwaZulu-Natal on Youth Day, watching and performing in a series of cultural activities while getting to grips with social issues they face today.
Young businesswoman from all over South Africa gathered at an inaugural business conference held in Johannesburg on Saturday, 30 May 2015.
Activator Senzo Hlophe reflects on the importance of rite of passage rituals and the social fallout for youth when there are none.
PROVINCE: Eastern Cape
MUNICIPAL DISTRICT: Alfred Nzo
Activator since 2014
Activator Noxolo Mthethwa is empowering and giving rural communities a voice through print and broadcast media.
In your journey as a young person, what will determine the value that you are supposed to bring to society is solely dependent on your skills and potential, whether obtained from formal education or from birth.
MORE than one quarter of the South African labour force is unemployed…It is particularly concerning that the majority of the 26.4 percent unemployed South Africans are in the youth sector (ages 15 to 24).
Province: KwaZulu- Natal
Municipal District: Erewent
Activator since 2013
For them, Global Citizenship Education plays a key role in addressing contemporary challenges, and encourages them to take actions in their daily lives and within their communities in a responsible way.
…the Jozi Urban Network assembled great young minds with the intention to connect with one another so that they can share information, opportunities and resources on their way to stardom and creating great social change impact to other young people in their areas.
From 2007 to 2008, Khuzwayo joined the German-based dance group, Afrika-Afrika, which saw him performing alongside top international dancers throughout Germany…
The xenophobic attacks happening in Durban and Johannesburg have made headline news around the world.
How I Made Almost 1 Million Rands For Wits University As A Student, But Was Forced To Drop Out For Financial Reasons
The year, 1994, was a watershed moment in South African history. Many believed that the advent of democracy would usher in a change of living standards.
#BringBackOurGirls #SayNoToXenophobia #RhodesMustFall #JeSuisCharlie #FreedomDay
We are a pan-African Womens Storytelling Movement. We connect women from different parts of Africa, building connections and creating awareness of womens contributions, breaking barriers and celebrating the diversity and similarity amongst African women. Through this we facilitate healing.
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