Activator Tshepang was recently on Bophelong on SABC 2. He talks about his own Be28 journey and it helped him overcome his problems.
Activator Sydney was on SHIFT talking about his Five Star Sky project. If you want to know more about his project watch the video.
One of the reasons to join ACTIVATE! is the power of the network. Watch this video which shows the power of the network.
Facilitator Lerato Mahoyi was on Bophelong talking about the importance of having organizations like ACTIVATE!
Activate Change Drivers young representatives and Western Cape youth were in the Hectic Nine-9 studio to discuss the upcoming elections, democracy and leadership.
The 2014 Innovation Showcase is an exciting event in the ACTIVATE! calendar for many reasons. Activators from across the country get the opportunity of getting together.
Nelisa Ngqulana joined ACTIVATE! during August 2013. One of the main objectives of her role is to tell South Africa what Activators are up to…
Activator Mokgadi takes us on a journey through her community as she explains how her community has shaped her.
Terence was on Shift a programme that is broadcast on SABC 1. He was explaining what Activate! Change Drivers is all about.
Activator Mhlanganisi was involved in a discussion on eTV on “Do we (South Africans) take our freedom for granted?”
Wow! Imagine us South Africans joining one billion people across the globe in the world’s biggest peaceful protest! On February 14 this year, the earth with shake with the sound of feet dancing in protest against the horror of rape, a violent act that far too many of the women in our country experience on a daily basis.
When Siphelele Chirwa took the stand in front of nearly 200 other young South Africans at an innovation showcase outside Johannesburg last month, her words rose above the glorious thunderstorm breaking outside. Imagine, she asked, getting to the end of your life and nobody has ever asked you what your big dream was.
Struggle stalwart Jay Naidoo has called on young change-makers in South Africa to not fall into the trap of pursuing individual success at the expense of their communities.