Nellie Zembe, Subject Matter Expert, Child and Youth Development Programme, Afrika Tikkun This year’s Matric results were record-breaking. However, in addition to leaving our boys behind, we are losing a mass of nameless, faceless learners along the way The 2019 Matric pass rate of 81.3% is a major achievement, particularly for learners compelled to perform
Afrika Tikkun’s centres of excellence are little worlds unto themselves; vibrant spaces where information relating to education, skills, careers and life is shared. Aware that the kids of today live in a world increasingly characterised by digital interconnectedness, Afrika Tikkun’s centres also attempt to carve out technological hubs where information is just a click away.
Across South Africa, Grade One learners are about to embark on an important chapter in their learning journey. Anxiety and tears often accompany this new and daunting experience. However, kids who recently graduated from Afrika Tikkun’s Early Childhood Development Programme at Uthando Centre in Braamfontein, will be making their first confident step in style. On
Charitable giving is not a new phenomenon. It has been embedded in most societies for centuries, although it is at different phases of maturity across the globe. This decade sees philanthropy and sustainability at a pivotal point… The Changing Face of Philanthropy The forever evolving geopolitical landscapes of countries, continents and the world have led