Free secondary education in African countries is on the rise – but is it the best policy? This is what the evidence says about it
The LGBTIQ+ community in Kenya remain a target for homophobia even though the supreme court ruled in their favour last Friday.
The thinking behind the GBV initiative is that by providing survivors with skills to generate an income, they are more likely to speak out.
According to StatsSA, 42% of children in the country live with their mothers only whereas 4% live with only their fathers.
StreetSmart is determined to change the lives of the country’s vulnerable children. In 2021, 29 programmes benefitted from their efforts.
The NGO got a call from a dad living in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley who was feeling suicidal because he had four kids he could not afford to feed.
FlySafair will be sponsoring flights for an organisation working with chronically and critically ill children.
The Inani Start Well Foundation has launched a fundraising campaign in order to build the first-ever non-profit, whole food factory in South Africa.
The DA have won a second court case against the Minister Lindiwe Zulu, and have said that she is unfit for office and should be fired.
As the country continues to battle through the pandemic, Volkswagen SA has played a significant corporate role in trying to assist sectors where help is most needed, including the underprivileged communities and schools in the Nelson Mandela Bay area.
The cheeky application was launched on the eve of lockdown, but never got off the ground with the country’s apex court tossing it out.
The DA is attempting to ring the alarm bells regarding another potential mental health NGO crisis in Gauteng. Once again, licensing is involved.
As Cape Town residents continue their fight against property developers and the City, campaigners have stepped in to support their eviction battle to Wolverivier.
Recently, on a hot afternoon in Cape Town, I decided to brave the local radio stations on my drive home from work. That day was the day the SABC ‘elite’ walked out on Parliament – a smug-looking Motsoeneng followed by his acolytes committed an act of contempt against Parliament by refusing to take part in the SABC Inquiry.