If your child is in Grade R this year, they will matriculate in 2030 and be thrust into a world so different to the one we are living in today that unless we prepare them for the future unseen, the current rapid developments in technology will cause economies to slip behind and inequality to widen.
Julia Kgeledi joined Afrika Tikkun as the Centre Administrator in 2010 and is currently the Kitchen Supervisor. Over the years, she has become more aware of her potential as she was exposed to how she can grow as a person and an employee through training, various work projects, environments and people. Her love for growth
The NGO sexual exploitation and abuse scandal has exposed a culture of impunity
Founder of “Bow Tie Challenge”, Chris Megaffin is a teacher who is originally from Toronto, Canada. He is a fashion activist who is on a mission to fight for social justice and he is using bow ties to achieve this. On January 1st, he launched The Bow Tie Challenge. The Bowtie Challenge is a fund-raising
The global NGO industry has been rocked by a series of scandals of the sexual exploitation
One of the main mindset changes the Career Development Programme …
Kamo is a 20 year-old young man from Orange Farm. He joined the CYD programme, after working with Afrika Tikkun as a Peer Educator at his school in 2016.
I am a 17-year old girl who aspires to be the greatest filmmaker in South Africa. I live in Alexandra.
I started attending AT Uthando in 2012. I’m involved in drama classes, book club and debating.
Meet Thembani Mavunda, an aspiring 18 year old doing his Grade 12 at Kwa-Bhekilanga secondary School in Alex.