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Image: Lavender Hill children receive their first surfing lesson The Rotary Club of Newlands gave local Lavender Hill NPO, Philisa Abafazi Bethu (PAB) the much-needed boost for its surfing programme.

Young ones from PAB can now look forward to exhilarating surfing lessons thanks to the generous donation of new surfboards from The Liberty Wharf Trust. PAB is a community based organisation in Lavender Hill which works with local children, women and elderly people who have been victims of abuse.   Read More...

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Image: "It is not in the stars to hold our destiny, but in ourselves" - William Shakespeare The current political climate around the world is creating a line in the sand and an "us" versus "them" mentality.

These past few weeks have been a tumultuous time for many. This  is being adopted by many, dividing humanity in a time where it is so crucial for everyone to come together to fight for change. Regardless of your political beliefs, now is a time to find a common ground, a more crucial moment than ever before to start conversations, rather than shutting them down and turning to hate or indifference.   Read More...

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Image: Wine auction raises over a quarter of a million Rand for sea rescue Another Rotary success

“We are incredibly grateful for the wonderful support shown by the Rotary Clubs of Newlands and Table Bay for the last 21 years,” says Krista Lazzari, NSRI Fundraiser. “Thanks to the generous donations, sponsorships and money raised through these auctions, we have been able to kit out a number of our rescue stations with new vehicles, rescue craft and other much-needed rescue equipment,” adds Lazzari.   Read More...

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Image: Join Mustadafin Foundation in spreading joy this festive season The festive season is around the corner and Western Cape non-profit organisation, Mustadafin Foundation is calling on the community.

Help put a smile on children’s faces by donating gifts to the less fortunate. The Foundation plans on making the festive season holidays a memorable one by providing age-appropriate gifts to 1000 children, between the ages of one and 18 years old, who are part of their Isibindi Child Care Programme in Tafelsig.   Read More...

Education, Social & Community
Image: A ‘gentle way’ out of poverty In an area where alcohol abuse, illiteracy and school drop outs are widespread, Goedgedacht uses a variety of activities and programmes.

This is to guide children away from a life of despondency and offer them opportunities to put an end to generational cycles of poverty through their POP (Path Out of Poverty) programme. One of the many avenues they use is Judo, otherwise known as ‘the gentle way’.   Read More...

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Image: Wola Nani fund-raising book sale at Howard Centre Books, CDs and DVDs will be available at the pop-up fundraiser : Monday October 24th to Sunday 30th.

Proceeds will be going to support the NGO’s work with women, orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) affected by the Aids crisis.   Read More...

COMPANY NEWS , Social & Community
Image: Netcare implements trauma injury prevention (TIP) training workshops with Qhubeka TIP training workshops improve cycling safety within communities where Qhubeka distributes bicycles in partnership with World Vision.

Qhubeka is registered non-profit organisation that uses bicycles to help people and communities move forward. To achieve sustainable success in using bicycles to improve people’s lives, the organisation believes it’s important to teach bicycle beneficiaries how to use their bicycles safely.   Read More...

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Image: Pensioners enjoy surprise day trip with Rotary Members of the Rotary Club of Claremont treated a group of 44 pensioners from Arcadia Place Old Age Home in Observatory to a surprise day out.

The trip was arranged to coincide with International Older Person’s Day, celebrated on 01 October annually; however, we ought to care for the elderly, and often lonely, members in our communities every single day of the year.   Read More...

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Image: Celebrating 30-years of service in the Western Cape Key stakeholders of the Foundation attended the Gala Dinner, including sponsors, donors and Western Cape Premier, Helen Zille.

“It has been an incredible journey, especially when one looks back at how we started and what we are now able to do today. We believe in creating self-sufficient, self-reliant and independent citizens; we achieve this through extensive and high-calibre programmes run by our volunteers and staff,” explains Johnstone-Cassiem.   Read More...

Social & Community
Image: Informal Traders Have Their Say

A meeting of informal traders in the Philippi East area has given traders an opportunity to express their views on the impact of changes coming to the area that are likely to affect their business operations in the near future.   Read More...

Social & Community
Image: Spring clean with Friends of Valkenberg

Please support the recovery of people with mental illnesses by donating your unwanted goods to the Friendly Shop at Valkenberg.


Social & Community
Image: The Clothing Bank Market Day On Saturday 8 October 2016 from 9 am til 1 pm

The Clothing Bank is having a Market Day at the Observatory Community Hall on Saturday 8 October 2016 from 9 am til 1 pm.   Read More...

HEADLINES, Social & Community
Image: Six Reasons to join Rotary We all want to contribute to a positive society, but with a plethora of NGOs and charities to choose from, how do you select the right one for you? How about considering joining Rotary International?   Read More...

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Image: Bicycling Empowerment Network (BEN) fights poverty one bicycle at a time 500 bicycles from the United Kingdom arrives at the Bicycling Empowerment Network (BEN)’s Muizenberg premises

In areas where poverty is rife, skills development, entrepreneurship and safer transport can make a big positive difference. The Bicycling Empowerment Network (BEN) in and around Cape Town understands this and sets out to make a positive difference in the lives in the communities in which they operate. The Bicycle Empowerment Centres (BEC), which forms part of the BEN, are run by individuals from the communities who have been trained in bicycle repair and maintenance. They receive tools and a supply of bicycles, enabling them to start their own community bicycle workshops.   Read More...

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Image: Pop-up Street store to assist homeless people with clothing Street Store initiative aims to make life less arduous for the homeless and less privileged

With the winter cold and rain making life more arduous for the less privileged, Pam Golding Properties is making a difference by co-ordinating a street store initiative that will offer everything from free clothing and food to yoga classes and the chance to mark the occasion at a photo booth.   Read More...

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Image: Backstage with Zip Zap Circus School co-founder and CEO Laurence Estève This women’s month Zip Zap Circus School puts the spotlight on its co-founder and CEO Laurence Estève

“When you see a child succeed, overcome a fear or a disadvantage, or just smile, things become simple,” says Estève, reflecting on what has driven her passion to co-found and lead one of the first social circus schools in the world for the past 24 years. “I have persisted because I’ve seen how it has helped so many children and how much joy it has brought to so many people,” she adds.   Read More...

COMPANY NEWS , Social & Community
Image: PepsiCo gives back to the community of Tembisa Ubuhle Bezwe Child Care Centre in Tembisa, established in 2000 by Barbra Mthimkhulu, a retired qualified nurse and counsellor who trained through POWA

Barbra saw a need in her community when she came across a day-old baby boy at the hospital where she worked and whose mom had passed away a few days after giving birth to him. The baby, together with his two siblings, were the first children Barbra took in.   Read More...

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Image: Khusela Ikhaya Project kick off #MandelaDayEveryDay campaign. The project held their Mandela Day event on 16th July, in Lungelethu informal settlement, where they painted homes with fire retardant paint

“Every year on the 18th July we celebrate the life of tata Madiba. If we strive to uphold his ideals, our world will be a better place. We will continue our personal pledge to uphold his spirit every day, as we believe every day is ‘Mandela Day’.” begins Justin Zietsman, Executive Director of the Khusela Ikhaya Project.   Read More...

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Image: The very real problem of rapid spreading shack fires It takes less than two minutes for a single shack to be completely engulfed by flames – and this from a simple fallen candle or paraffin lamp

 Within minutes neighboring shacks are in serious jeopardy (often with sleeping occupants inside). Imagine your only doorway facing raging flames or your home isolated and surrounded by burning homes. This is the fear shack dwellers face.   Read More...

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Image: Khusela Ikhaya Project stand behind #EveryDayIsMandela Day campaign The Khusela Ikhaya Project will continue to host painting events (open to corporates, public) across the country in an attempt to stop shack fires

"The Khusela ikhaya Project is an initiative that invites you to stand together, be the change, live each day as Madiba would. We call on all South Africans to unite behind a cause that will make a difference to the lives of those living in our marginalized communities.” - Scarra Ntubeni, Springbok Rugby Player and Khusela Ikhaya Project’s brand ambassador.   Read More...

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