Koketso Marishane 2030 brand ambassador

By Ramadimetja Makgeru South Africa’s National Development…

The Igniter Of Hope

By Action Setaka A typical ex-offender struggles to reconnect…

Gift Methule: Across The Border

My mind is constantly on the move. Boarding planes, buses and…

Emulating the Values of Biko 40 Years Later

By Tshepo Wilfred Mabuya   “The most potent weapon…

The Exclusivity Summit

By Zazi kaSintu Weyi Innovation is a beautiful concept and…

The Mighty African Goddess

By Kumkani Matosa The mighty Afrikan Goddess. ‘’ Dipped…

Young female entrepreneur fighting for her start-up

As part of our digital youth supplement, Uncensored Voices, Activator…

The woman I met yesterday

By: Gladys Nomvuyo Sebeko LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT THE WOMAN…

Well since it is August, care for a female president? No!!

By Kay-Dee Mashile Happy women’s month to all the ladies…

The commodification of youth unemployment

By Action Setaka In many platforms where I am invited to speak…

Literacy should be a lesson first administered at home

By Zilungile Zimela Contrary to popular belief- the black…

Remembering Marikana

A poem by Activator Hein Scheepers My parents are miners whether…

Activating Truth and Trust In Media, Today.

Insights and Reflections By: Activator Zilungile Athenjwa…

Frans Ntsoereng reflects on his trip to India

Activator Frans Ntsoereng recently went to India with Startup Safari. He tells us about his experience and what he learned to be a successful entrepreneur.

Athenkosi Nzala doing his bit to empower the next generation of leaders

Athenkosi is a member of Inspire Foundation Group Africa where he is head of personal development ensuring the mentorship and academic development of students from Grade 10 to 12 at Bisho High School where he went to school.

Youth using art to fight Violence

KZN Activator, Bongani Nqayi and his team gathered and honoured June 16 with art writes Activator Bongo Hlongwane. The objective of the event was to convey the message that violence destroys the nation as a whole.

Enterprise Development: A key to black sustenance

His name is Nhlanhla Ndlovu, an enterprise development practitioner. His business is also very closely connected to his social entrepreneurial work, he explains how he made it work.

PrEP as HIV Prevention: An Intersectional Lens On Access

Nomtika reflects on the many important issues facing girls and young women, and how these need to be addressed far beyond 01 December.

A victorious day for women

As we mark 16 Days of Activism against Violence against Women and Children, we celebrate the victories that women have achieved and we condemn the continued repression they continue to endure.

Lessons from Europes largest technology conference

"As a female tech entrepreneur in this space, it brings me even more joy that I can share my experience with fellow female entrepreneurs and encourage them to travel and attend international conferences to bring them and their businesses a new wave of inspiration and confidence."