It only takes R12 to feed an empty stomach. As many of us find comfort in a warm plate of food, especially as we wait in anticipation for spring to arrive in Cape Town, thousands of people, especially the less fortunate are pondering how they’ll survive the day. Over three million South Africans have lost…

By Professor Patrick Bean, Executive Dean of STADIO Faculty of Education. Monday, 5 October 2020 marks the annual United Nations’ (UN) World Teachers’ Day to celebrate one of the world’s most essential professions, teaching. UNESCO’s theme for the 2020 commemoration naturally links to the current education climate, as a result of Covid-19, “Teachers: leading in…

The Greater Tygerberg Partnership (GTP), a not-for-profit company, which was established in 2012 as a public-private partnership between the City of Cape Town, business, civil society and academia, has been awarded the International Downtown Association (IDA), Downtown Achievement Pinnacle Award for its work and initiatives related to the Sha’p Left Nursing Hub in Bellville. The…

BY SEEKING PARTNERSHIP FROM COMPETITORS P&G AND UNILEVER, TWO OF THE WORLD’S LARGEST COMPANIES The Australian consumer products company is asking for people around the globe to join their movement to flip consumerism and change the world  This week, Australia-based social enterprise Thankyou announced an invitation to P&G and Unilever – two of the world’s…

Help us uplift underprivileged survivors of breast cancer: Buy mushrooms in Pink Punnets this October   You may not know it but every member of the Reach for Recovery team is a breast cancer survivor herself. Even more amazing is that they are the only voluntary support structure for thousands of underprivileged women who have…

To tackle hunger and extreme poverty in the Helderberg Region of Stellenbosch – largely as a result of Covid-19 Journey’s End Vineyards has launched The Journey’s End Foundation, the latest community project from the Stellenbosch based winery. Set up as an NGO, Rollo Gabb, MD, and his team have established the Foundation to tackle hunger…

Bonteheuwel, 31st of August 2020. Jill Fernandez’s brother and family keeps her name and spirit alive, after the tragic taking of her life, choosing to do good, to cast a stone that creates a positive ripple of positive impact. A special thanks to Pearl Nel from FNB, Extreme Kwizeen and Cllr Angus Mckenzie. Thank you…