A third year student at the University of Fort Hare, Sikhonza is passionate about using Imbizos as a mechanism to initiate and evolve dialogue in communities.
The ACTIVATE! Bus Journey is only five days away and promises to be a journey of discovery; unearthing a narrative that will map out a country envisioned for 2030.
Founder of I-Innovate4Afrika, Brian believes social entrepreneurs could greatly benefit from initiating dialogues with innovators and digital champions.
The University of Fort Hare has a legacy which spans decades and has bred numerous African leaders. We take a look at it through the eyes of a 3rd year student.
A lot of young people venture into careers never having had proper guidance. Prince Charles has made it his top priority to arm the youth with said guidance.
Mboneleli prides himself in weaving the connection between education and social entrepreneurship. How do these connect? How Is he doing it?
Yolokazi Mfuto is passionate about developing her community. Her vision of development is not something you can touch but is rather an abstract representation of progression.
In order to pursue any path, you need some sort of ingenious in your approach. How does Uzzi do it?
There’s an advantage to learning while young, this philosophy spreads to everything in life including business.
Following his name, Gift is just that to his community of Kabokweni as he makes it his duty to fight the war of substance substance abuse through literacy.
Ditiros Pedi culture inspired her clothing and brand designs which embodies a diverse South African identity, beauty, and challenges the predictable.
World Peace – a state where human beings have learned to co-exist, where we see each other through the lances of humanity and the rights of others are respected.
“One thing is clear; our future will not be written by the great strides of yesterday, but by the steps we take in unity, as a country with numerous identities, today.”
We must quickly find solutions to the youths outcry for free education. No form of censorship tricks will defuse those ticking bombs this time around.
Through these kinds of events we want to promote a drug-free society where the youth will divert its attention to programmes that will build and benefit society.
We need you guys to succeed. If you look at what makes life successful, its entrepreneurship, especially in technology. Go out there and build a better world.”
On 23 September, young leaders from across the country came together to connect and exchange ideas at the first national SWITCH weekend seminar in Johannesburg. Specializing in areas like youth development, community development and women empowerment, the group participated in various strategic activities.
My name is Philisiwe Phelokazi Cenga, I am currently living in KZN, eMlazi. Activator 2015 and I am a quarter of a century old. What is your field of passion/interest? Well, that’s quite a question. Women empowerment and education, mainly. I am also a researcher, of which I really love. What are you doing to …
Formally known as Shaka Day before 1995, Heritage Day is a national holiday and gives South Africans a chance to pause and take stock how their diversity can contribute to building a better South Africa.This day brings different forms of cultural appreciation and celebration nationally, as the young and old embrace their cultural identity in …
“Despite their apparent lack of participation in formal political activities, youth have been at the forefront of many of the recent protest actions over service delivery, education reform and emerging social movements seeking to shift structural and systematic oppression.”