Young in Prison (South Africa) is a Youth4Youth organisation with a mission to ensure that even within a harsh prison environment, children and youth are given the opportunity to become responsible, productive and participating citizens of our country. Young in Prison works with young offenders ages 14-25 in rehabilitative programming using arts and culture.
U-Turn is a Cape Town based Christian non-governmental organisation (NGO) working to uplift street people. U-turn is a fast growing organisation that currently employ approximately 20+ individuals. Our finances comes from three types of income being, donations (corporate, individuals, churches as well as international donations) grant funding (which is earmarked for the delivery of very specific projects) and lastly self-generated income (charity shops, book sales, software consulting and a few other projects).
U-Turn seeks to appoint a Junior Bookkeeper, based in Cape Town
ComaCARE Trust works towards the prevention of head injury and the acute care and rehabilitation of head injury survivors. The Trust offers a bedside counselling service through the support of trained volunteers, a family support service including information packs and counselling, training of professional nurses and an advocacy programme in relation to improving accessibility to and services for head trauma survivors.
The Department of Correctional Services has reported a total of 79.25 percent of prisoners who wrote national senior certificate examinations passed in 2012.
In a press statement, Correctional Services Minister, Sibusiso Ndebele, congratulated the inmates on achieving a 79.25 percent pass rate and also wished them every success in their efforts to empower and improve their lives.
The Teddy Bear Clinic for Abused Children (TTBC) is a nonprofit organisation dedicated to ensuring abused children are protected and rehabilitated. The organisation provides therapy, counselling, assistance, love, comfort, safety and on-going support to children who have been abused.
TTBC seeks to appoint a Fund Developer, based in Parktown, Johannesburg.
The person will join TTBC’s team and take on the role of fundraising.
The Department of Social Development in the Western Cape says the drug rehabilitation centre, James Restoration Home, that housed two men who drowned, is illegal.
Social development MEC, Patricia de Lille, says she instructed the department to investigate the registration status of the centre which it has found to be an unregistered rehabilitation centre.