Afrika Tikkun: Finance Administrator

Afrika Tikkun is an international NGO that provides education, health and social services to children, youth and their families through centres of excellence in South African Townships. Its aim is to empower communities to develop new generations of productive citizens.

Afrika Tikkun seeks to appoint a Finance Administrator for Primary Health Care, based in Western Cape.

The person will provide finance and administrative functions within the Health Program and assisting the program manager where needed.


Outreach Foundation: Youth Worker

The Outreach Foundation is a faith- based organization that offers support and development to people living in the inner city of Johannesburg -and beyond. Through skills development and Arts enrichment programmes, the foundation seeks to inspire creative journeys for all looking to achieve their full potential.

Young in Prison South Africa: Online Community Manager

Young in Prison South Africa (YiPSA) is a nonprofit organisation that offers a holistic programme, which seeks to prepare children and youth in conflict with law in making the transition from incarceration back into society through imparting life skills for behaviour change, offering skills development for effective reintegration and reducing reoffending.  

Vision AfriKa: Fundraiser

Vision AfriKa (established in 2003) is an organisation that supports youth in their process of personal growth and development. As part of its expansion plans the organisation will be establishing an independent Primary School in Kayamandi, Stellenbosch.

Vision AfriKa seeks to appoint a part-time Fundraiser, based in Kayamandi, Stellenbosch.

Khululeka Grief Support: Programme Director

Khululeka Grief Support is a Cape Town based NGO focused on supporting bereaved children both directly, through grief and loss support groups, and indirectly, through child sector workshops. The organisation’s mission is to build the resilience of children, adolescents and their caregivers by equipping them with tools to process their experiences of loss and death. Through a holistic approach, it aims to create responsive and compassionate environments that enable grieving children to heal.

Khululeka Grief Support seeks to appoint a Programme Director, based in Cape Town.

IkamvaYouth: Alumni Coordinator

IkamvaYouth is a township-based volunteer programme that gets learners out of poverty and into university has once again shown that transformation is possible, despite the odds.

IkamvaYouth seeks to appoint an Alumni Coordinator, based in Western Cape.

The alumni coordinator will connect, support and inform the ex-learners (alumni) of IkamvaYouth, with a particular focus on those who are enrolled at tertiary institutions. The social entrepreneur must be passionate about the power of education to transform lives and communities, and wants to make a difference.

Afrika Tikkun: ECD Practitioner

Afrika Tikkun is a non-governmental organisation (NGO) that provides education, health and social services to children, youth and their families through centres of excellence in South African townships.

Afrika Tikkun seeks to appoint an ECD Practitioner at Uthando Centre - Braamfontein, Johannesburg.

The successful candidate will manage and support the all-round growth and development of Children and Staff according to the Centre’s educational and performance goals, developing and implementing proficient and effective educational programmes.


enke: Make Your Mark: Business Development Manager

enke: Make Your Mark (enke) is a youth development organisation that inspires and supports young South Africans who are taking action on the most urgent social issues. The organisation empowers young leaders to make their mark on their community, their country and their world.

enke: Make Your Mark seeks to appoint a Business Development Manager, based in Braamfontein, Johannesburg with travel as required. 

Starting salary: R14 000 negotiable.

Overtime/weekend work will be expected of the successful applicant.

No Plan for Youth in SONA 2015

Amidst the media frenzy – both social and mainstream – around the ruckus during the State Of The Nation Address, one positive aspect to emerge was the abundance of youth voices commenting on both the commotion and ensuing address by President Jacob Zuma.

In contrast, the youth were glaringly absent from the speech with a mere eight mentions in total, three of them buried in general fluffy PR statements and the latter referring to the ‘Employment Tax Incentive paying off’ and listing the amount of funds disbursed to micro enterprises by the NYDA last year.


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