AgriAid SA works closely within the agricultural sector in delivering primary health care and wellness services in fighting the pandemic of HIV, TB and NCDs. Simply drop off your items in our offices which are located here or organise a box in your area around Gauteng, Mpumalanga and Polokwane and we will pick it up when it is full.
AgriAid SA is proud to announce its name change from AgriAids SA to AgriAid SA. The decision came about that the fight against AIDS alone is one that has been drastically suppressed over the years, and that efforts to prevent infected people reaching the AIDS continuum have been an outstanding success.
Are you trying to become a prolific writer? Here are excellent guidelines that will teach you how to improve writing skills. Writing is a vital skill for any student. Actually, you get to develop the basic writing skills very early in life and continue to advance as you grow older. You cannot compare your writing skills when in high school and when you join college and the university. There is always an improvement as you get exposed to more complex academic works.
Mpho MacChambers, fonder of Kula Education Group offers this piece in recognition of Human Rights Day. On March 21st, millions of South Africans come together to commemorate the nation’s annual Human Rights Day: an occasion historically connected to the peaceful protest against Pass Laws which took place on March 21st 1960, in Sharpeville, and also during which police brutally killed 69 and injured 180 participating civilians. The day, in spite of its painfully significant turn of events, was a bold affirmation by ordinary South Africans of their personal dignity and uncompromising willingness to defend their basic human rights. To make your voice heard in the fight against unequal access to education for 500 000 South African children living with disability , sign Kula Education’s petition today.
Meninigtis Association of South Africa (MASA) is delighted to annouced,South Africa's 2nd National Meningitis Awareness Day on Friday 21 April Everyone incl schools and corporates can show their support by wearing something orange!! Start ordering your R10 sticker!! Click here for more information.
At the start of each year, we as South Africans focus our full attention on the successes, and failures, of the education system as marked by the Matric results. We celebrate the individual shining examples of extraordinarily bright students, of inspiring principals that produce amazing results against all the odds, and take a step back to assess how we are doing. This year, many commentators rightly noted that the roots of educational success lie in early childhood, and that to produce equal educational outcomes we must increase our attention and investment into quality early learning.
Presidents of Mexico, Ecuador, South Africa and Zimbabwe, but not those of America, Canada or Britain, join Cubans to say goodbye to revolutionary. With sombre speeches and a thunder of cannon, Havana held a mass eulogy for Fidel Castro on Tuesday night in a ceremony that underscored the polarising influence of the dead Cuban revolutionary.
Instead of welcoming its first woman president, the world’s richest and most influential democracy has sent out the frightening message that strong men still rule the world despite the little chinks in the patriarchal armour that we’ve seen in recent years.
On 08 November 2016, SANGONeT attended the launch of the broad-based black economic empowerment (B-BBEE) ICT Sector Council at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Midrand, Johannesburg. Organised by the Department of Telecommunications & Postal Services, the event aimed to officially launch the B-BBEE ICT Sector Council which is tasked with monitoring the transformation of the ICT sector by facilitating the implementation of the B-BBEE sector code in South Africa.