CITY TAKES THE WASTE-WISE MESSAGE TO SCHOOLS

CITY TAKES THE WASTE-WISE MESSAGE TO SCHOOLS

The Waste Awareness Programme Waste-wise Schools is a project aimed at using the platform of international environmental days to spread information and raise awareness of environmental issues and proper waste...
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NEW FACILITIES DONATED TO YIBANATHI EDUCARE CENTRE

The Yibanathi Educare Centre, a pre-school in Monwabisi Park in Khayelitsha, started in 2004 and today looks after 135 young children with ages ranging from birth to five years old. To become registered...
FUNDRAISING IS FIGHTING FIT FOR POST-COVID SUCCESS

FUNDRAISING IS FIGHTING FIT FOR POST-COVID SUCCESS

South Africa's favourite mass-participation events are back, and fundraisers are seizing the day to support their favourite charities. Who doesn't love a good fund-race? But has fundraising recovered from...
CLICKS HELPS LOCAL KIDS' SHOE BRAND FIND ITS FEET

CLICKS HELPS LOCAL KIDS’ SHOE BRAND FIND ITS FEET

It's hard to believe that Tsepiso Monamodi, local entrepreneur and founder of Oratile Kids – the colourful, one-hundred-per-cent South African children's shoe brand now stocked at Clicks – started her...