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Volunteers play their part at Ethembeni

Volunteers have a big role in helping Ethembeni Children's Home care for children infected with or affected by HIV/Aids. The Go The Extra Mile...

Engen and Work4You assist disabled youth

(left to right) Melanie Holland, Engen CSI co-ordinator; Vuyo Mdokwe, Lynnette D' Alton, Bongi Vilakazi and Tristan Zass from Work4You; and Andrew Bryce, Engen...

Don’t forget the youth! – Prince Harry and Elton John at #Aids2016

As the 21st International Aids Conference in Durban drew to a close, Prince Harry and Elton John joined a panel discussion on HIV/Aids and...

Kliptown Youth Program helps township youth excel

The Kliptown Youth Program also provides children with sandwiches for breakfast and warm meals in the afternoons when they are done with school. (Images:...
Youth citizen journalism in Kenya takes off

Youth citizen journalism in Kenya takes off

Youngsters in Kibera, one of Kenya's biggest townships are using the cut and paste method to create photocopied magazines to tell the world their stories. They highlight daily struggles but also reveal the city's unique cultural movements.

Indigo gets kids skating

Skate thumbIndigo Skate Camp teaches rural youth the joys of skateboarding, and gets some life skills woven into the curriculum as well.

Bicycles get groundbreakers to work faster

groundbreakers---thumbWorking together, LoveLife and Qhubeka are helping to get youth volunteers to the communities where they work faster and more efficiently. They are also bringing needed economic opportunities.

South Africa's Constitution: youth weigh in

South Africa’s Constitution: youth weigh in

A new exhibition at the Nelson Mandela Foundation in Joburg, My Constitution, shows what young people - those born in a democratic South Africa - think of the Constitution. While the document is still applauded as one of the best in the world, these youngsters question it.

Sport is a way to better life

Grootbos ThumbThe Grootbos Foundation and Football Foundation of South Africa uses sport to lure youngsters in small Western Cape towns away from drugs, alcohol and crime.

Chef cooks up a way out of trouble

Kelvin---thumbAfter a bleak youth, successful pastry chef Kelvin Joel is giving back to his community and other troubled youngsters by offering them a future through his Chefs Project.

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