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

Oct 6

Book club

A launch of kiddies bookclub. Inspiring young kids to read and creating their own stories through their drawings.

6 October 2017

Oct 6

Councillor engagement

i will be  having an engagement with my ward coucillor about his plans for the youth of ward 13 Mhlontlo local Municipality in the Eastern Cape. This  event will include 10 youth from different youth organisations.

6 October 2017

Oct 7

She Lifts As She Rises

“She lifts as she rises” is a movement for young women across all walks of life aimed at unleashing critical building blocks in advancing their professional and social lives. We have set the following objectives for the event for the young women: Provide a one-stop-shop for networking with other young influential women from various industries. …

7 October 2017

Oct 14

business expo

the event is designed to serve as a networking platform for small business owners and help the find solutions to the many problems faced by young business owners within the thembisile hani local municipality, it is also a platform to showcase their products and service to government departments, private sector and the public.

14 October 2017

Oct 14

VIDA – SPARKLE AS YOU GRIND

VIDA – SPARKLE AS YOU GRIND is a social and lifestyle platform open to Activate entrepreneurs & Non- Activate entrepreneurs aimed at creating an enabling environment for interaction with industry leaders across various fields. Moreover, the platform endeavours to create opportunities for capital injection into a participating entrepreneur’s  idea/project/business/initiative.  The initiative further aims to promote collaboration …

14 October 2017

Oct 17

Teach a Girl Hygiene

Its an event where two young ladies are distributing sanitery pads to grade 9 learners at a school hall in Upington.

17 October 2017

Oct 31

We Should Not Be Punishing Drug Dealers in High Schools

By Leander Julius I went to a rather standard high school in Johannesburg – but also a school with a reputation for its drug usage amongst the pupils. I remember one afternoon after “break time” the principal instructed me to ‘watch the criminals’ – the pupils caught selling dagga, until the police arrived – and arrive …

31 October 2017

Nov 1

Africa Youth Day Celebrations

    AFRICA YOUTH DAY 2017 Africa Youth day celebrations hosted by Guidy Worx. Join us for a concert based event to highlight Africa’s youth here in George. George,16th October 2017: young people from all over George will be gathered this 1st November at the Rosemoor civic centre, to celebrate the Africa Youth Day under …

1 November 2017

Nov 2
Nov 24

Gender Based Violence Awareness Campaign

This is an awareness campaign aiming at informing the community about Gender Based Violence and the importance of seeking therapeutic help if one is a victim, and finding ways to alleviate the crimes base on gender.

2 November 2017     24 November 2017

Nov 13
Nov 17

Entrepreneurship training

To empower and educate the youth in entrepreneurship spirit and the ability to start and be able to run their own business. We have partnered with NYDA for the entrepreneurship development program which will take 5 days. Which will increase the chances of business funding of up to r50000

13 November 2017     17 November 2017

Nov 25

Life Beyond Taboos Seminar

The Life beyond Taboos project seeks to address societal and cultural taboos that has been normalized in silence as a way of enabling generational healing to take place in people’s lives. There are many things that people go through behind closed doors and have been programmed to suffer in silence as a way to preserve …

25 November 2017

Nov 25

Life Beyond Taboos Seminar

The 1st annual seminar is hosted by The Beats of Success in partnership with City Varsity. Life beyond Taboos seminars seeks to address societal and cultural taboos that has been normalized in silence as a way of enabling generational healing to take place in people’s lives. There are many things that people go through behind …

25 November 2017

Nov 25

Sad reality of the forgotten township

this event is about launching an activate station and also to celebrate the world aids day and 16 days of activism and to do hiv testing and education for the community

25 November 2017

Dec 2

Gender Based Violence Awareness Campaign

This is an awareness campaign aiming at informing the community about Gender Based Violence, finding ways to alliterate it the importance of seeking therapeutic help if one is a victim of this cruel crime.

2 December 2017

Dec 10

Human Rights Day

In remembrance of the Sharpeville massacre which took place on 21 March 1960. This massacre occurred as a result of protests against the Apartheid regime in South Africa. WE WILL BE LOOKING INTO Religion, movement,speeches,life, assembly,association, thoughts, conscience and dialogue. we include sports as well. soccer and netball.

10 December 2017

Dec 16

Ukhanyo carnival Day

The challenge we are tackling … December 16 is a big day for South Africans, as it is a celebration for the reconciliation day and the end of the year as all companies are closing for the December holiday. On this day companies are closing, people receive bonuses and are celebrating the end of the …

16 December 2017

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