23rdAug

Memeza Bazokuzwa

“This month we trained women and staff at all our Centres in Self-Defence. The month was concluded with a train-the-trainer session, and we will be training our young people in the next few months in these important skills too.”

23rdAug

Child Protection is a Womens Rights issue

The Protection of Women’s Rights begins with childhood Urban Townships are in a state of emergency for women, but to solve the crisis of violence we need to look to the experience of childhood in South Africa. In Diepsloot, a peri-urban township north of Johannesburg, endemic Sexual and Gender-based Violence (SGBV) is a pervasive issue.

23rdAug

Womens Month Dorcas

With the stress of being unemployed and having to provide for five children by herself, Dorcas Racheku worried about her children’s future, especially of her youngest. Dorcas found out about Afrika Tikkun’s services from the community, because her youngest son was struggling academically and was becoming distracted by friends. Afraid of where this could lead

8thAug

Find your greatest love this Women’s Day

Love yourself this Women’s Day – and celebrate being a woman of Afrika Tikkun To celebrate Women’s Day, we draw inspiration from some of our crown jewels Ladies, let’s not just reflect on the hardships we face as women and how we need to compete in a world of men … let’s focus for a

7thAug

Afrika Tikkun on Africa Business Radio

On Friday, 20 July 2018 Afrika Tikkun hosted its first Information Communication Technology (ICT) Academy launch in partnership with Think Tank under the theme ‘let’s tackle the ICT skills shortage’. The launch event was opened by Group Executive of Partnerships and Marketing, Onyi Nwaneri and Think Tank Managing Director Tebogo Moleta. Also speaking at the

31stJul

Alumni NewsLetter

Afrika Tikkun Website Donate Contact Us Dear Alumni Legacy – that’s the buzzword at the moment. It’s good to be inspired by one, and it’s even better to build one. Think of “legacy” as both a goal and value. We hope that you are inspired through stories reflected here and challenged to consider whether what

31stJul

Crazy for Babalwa

Babalwa Ntwanambi (21) is a proud graduate of the Career Development Programme and Ready to Work course offered at Afrika Tikkun (NPO) where she learned business administration, computer skills and a range of skills and tools to prepare her for the workplace. “I lost both my parents when I was in grade 7, so I

27thJul

Afrika Tikkun Hosts It’s First ICT Academy

Pictured: Soso Motloung from Cisco, Tebogo Moleta from ThinkTank, Peta-Lee Wainer from Fortinet, Nicole Gerber from Maxtec, Onyi Nwaneri from Afrika Tikkun On Friday, 20 July 2018 Afrika Tikkun hosted its first Information Communication Technology (ICT) Academy launch in partnership with Think Tank under the theme ‘let’s tackle the ICT skills shortage’. The launch event

27thJul

Mandela Week

So much shared purpose that Mandela Day becomes Mandela Week Mandela Week demonstrates the power of shared goals and determination as an eventful July reveals that corporates and volunteers long to make a difference in their communities and pay their respects to the legacy of Madiba. Every July, South Africans around the country are urged

27thJul

Going For Gold

Khanya Sibanda Belron Triathletes reflects on his 2016 trip and future plans My name is Khanya Sibanda, I am 20 years old and I have been with Afrika Tikkun for 14 years. I went to the UK for the Spirit of Belron Challenge in 2016. When I got there, wow! It felt like the Fifa