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Living through Learning: Physical Science Facilitator

Living through Learning is an established non-governmental organisation (NGO) in the education sector. Living through Learning utlises a student-centric approach to enrich and empower the lives of educators and students who need a second chance in life. The organisation's main programmes tackle the education system at two critical levels.

Life Choices: Family Affairs Coordinator

Life Choices is a registered nonprofit organisation, committed to human profit through our work with youth and their families. The organisation challenges mind-sets, inspire growth and create supportive environments in which youth can thrive and find solutions to their own life journeys.

Life Choices seeks to appoint a Family Affairs Coordinator, based in Cape Town.

This is a full-time contract position starting January 2015.

Life Choices: HIV Counselor and Facilitator

Life Choices is a registered nonprofit organisation, committed to human profit through our work with youth and their families – we challenge mind-sets, inspire growth and create supportive environments in which youth can thrive and find solutions to their own life journeys.

Life Choices seeks to appoint a HIV Counselor and Facilitator, based in Cape Town.

The successful candidate will join the Life Choices - Health4Life programme. This programme is an HIV/AIDS prevention initiative.

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Go for Gold: Financial Officer

The Go for Gold Programme is a nonprofit organisation with a proud history of serving young people from schools in disadvantaged communities. Learners enter the programme at Grade 11 and are mentored through a process which culminates in tertiary education, learnerships and employment within the Engineering / Technical Industry.

Go for Gold seeks to appoint a Financial Officer, based in Cape Town.

Vrygrond Community Development Trust: Programme Manager - Fit for Life Fit for Work

Fit for Life, Fit for Work, Vrygrond is a skills development programme focused on empowering youth between the ages of 18-27 through life and work skills training. This holistic training approach allows for increased self esteem; mature decision making; effective problem solving articulated goal setting and job readiness.
 
The Fit for Life Fit for Work programme seeks to employ a Programme Manager, based in Capricorn, near Muizenberg.

Living through Learning: Fundraiser

Living through Learning is an established non-governmental organisation (NGO) in the education sector. Living through Learning utlises a student-centric approach to enrich and empower the lives of educators and students who need a second chance in life. The organisation's main programmes tackle the education system at two critical levels.

Khulisa Social Solutions: Registered Social Worker - Ekangala Area

Khulisa a national non-governmental organisation (NGO) specialising in community and youth development.

Khulisa seeks to appoint a Registered Social Worker, based in the Ekangala Area, Gauteng.

Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate, implement and administer the Diversion Programme;
  • Provide social work services;
  • Build stakeholder relationships;
  • Provide detailed reports;
  • Monitor and evaluate services.

Requirements:

Soul City Institute: Print and Development Manager

Soul City Institute for Health and Development Communication (Soul City Institute) is a dynamic and innovative multi-media health promotion and social change communication organisation, which has been in existence since 1992. Through drama and entertainment Soul City Institute’s mass media vehicles reach more than 16 million South Africans. This is achieved through two main brands, Soul City targeted at adults and Soul Buddyz targeted at 8-14 year olds and adults in their lives.
 
Soul City seeks to appoint a Print and Development Manager, based in Gauteng.

NGOs Call for Ban of Liquor Sachets in Malawi

Several non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in Malawi and consumer watchdogs demand a total ban on the sale of liquor spirit sachets, which they blame for fuelling alcohol abuse among the youth.

Consumers Association of Malawi executive director, John Kapito, states that, “Malawians are poor, so the most attractive recreational drug they can afford is liquor in sachets, sadly, these sell at less the cost of a lottery ticket."

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