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Ways of giving on the agenda

There are different ways of giving in community philanthropy, was one of the discussions held at the Global Summit on Community Philanthropy in Johannesburg. Melissa...

A life remembered on the stage

For nearly two years Sibongile Mkhabela had nothing but a concrete wall as a sounding board. A student leader in 1976, she was detained at the notorious John Vorster Square. To cope, she willed herself to forget. But in By The Apricot Tree, her daughter, playwright Ntsako Mkhabela, unpacks her life and her memories.

A legacy of freedom, from mother to daughter

The first episode of Play Your Part's television series features struggle leader Sibongile Mkhabela and her daughter Ntsako as they reflect on their roles in building South Africa's future.

Mandela’s children’s hospital ‘dream’

Nelson Mandela's 95th birthday saw the launch of a global campaign to realize his dream of bringing free and accessible healthcare to South Africa's children through the Nelson Mandela Children's Hospital.

Driving for Mandela children’s hospital

South African couple Stan and Sally Hannath are driving 28 000 kilometres, from Norway back to their home in Cape Town, to raise awareness and funds for the construction of the Nelson Mandela Children's Hospital in Johannesburg.