Aug 25

Women’s Dialogue

We will have an intergenerational discussion to do an introspection on the role we as women play in contributing to a patriarchal society and to gender-based violence.

We also will be celebrating the everyday women who go unrecognized, who are working every day to rebuild South Africa.  And to sign a pledge that we will continue the discussions and sisterhoods support circles in our communities to provide safe spaces where we women of all ages can empower themselves so that we can reach our best potentials.
RSVP with Bongi on 072 992 8823 or Email bongiwen@activateleadership.co.za

25 August 2017

Sep 4
Sep 9

Impact Youth Initiative 2017

Impact Youth is an initiative created by EvolutionHub SA to develop and share information with young people living in the townships. The target for this initiative is mostly young people who are entrepreneurs or want to start their own businesses, unemployed young people, Grade 11-12 learners, and those who are in tertiary or want to …

4 September 2017     9 September 2017

Sep 23

MSD Presents: Sport and Health

The main purpose of the event is to promote a healthy living lifestyle through sports participation, physical activity and health awareness.

23 September 2017

Sep 29

GroudZEROCultureCLUB

AfrA Foundation host GroundZEROCultureCLUB, a platform for young adult (18-35 years of age) musicians, artist, film makers, photographers, poets, dancers and designers to showcase their talents in front of an audience of their peers.

29 September 2017

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