Education & Training Video

#BeautifulNews: 600 children drown every year. Here's why water safety matters
Of the millions of children living in South Africa, only a minority are taught to swim for recreation and for safety. The rest are at schools without pool facilities and teachers, unable to afford private instructors. During the festive season, many of these kids will head off to the sea, braving the waters for the very first time. As a result, the National Sea Rescue Institute reports 600 children drowning every year. Those who stand on the sidelines might be safe, but they’re left out of the fun. With a love for both children and swimming, Carol Esterhuizen realised that she could contribute to saving lives by teaching children the skills and confidence they need to participate safely....
8 Nov 2018 09:16
#BeautifulNews: This bus is made for walking
In the Cape Flats, gang violence is part of life. Normal activities stop when shootings begin. Wesbank local Edith van Wyk lost her only son and her brother to gangsterism within three years of each other. Her grandson, Tyrese, stopped going to school because it was too dangerous, along with other children in the community. In the face of increasing violence, Van Wyk chose to take action. Rather than allowing children to live in fear, she decided to walk kids to school every day, taking on hardened criminals by bringing laughter back to the streets....
1 Nov 2018 12:41
#BeautifulNews: Music sparks hope on the streets
Kelly Grevler was a student when she saw firsthand how a new skill could change your life. Performing as a guitarist in a band, Grevler met new people, explored different places and discovered further career opportunities. So she took to the streets of Johannesburg to empower others through music. With her guitar in hand, and a few extra to spare, Grevler began teaching interested children how to play – at no cost....
25 Oct 2018 10:00
#BeautifulNews: The refugee who risked it all for a dream
Patricia Mudiayi misses her home. She misses the beauty, the games, the energy. At the age of 29, she had to leave the Democratic Republic of Congo. Although she had a degree in Chemical Engineering, Mudiayi couldn’t find work besides tutoring. It wasn’t the life she wanted. People told her South Africa was a place of possibility. Unable to speak English, five months pregnant, and alone, she took a risk and left. But the road to a new life was not paved in gold. Mudiayi had to pave it herself....
4 Oct 2018 10:16
Relate Trust's Battle of My 67 Beads
In the build-up to Mandela Day, the Relate Trust held its annual beading challenge in Nobel Square at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town on Thursday, 13 July. Beading Gogos and Tatas each paired up with a celebrity to try and bead the winning bracelet.
15 Jul 2017 09:01
10 Years of Creating Positive Change
Shanduka Foundation celebrated its 10-year anniversary at an event attended by over 300 guests, including staff, beneficiaries, investors, media and the Chairman of Shanduka Foundation and Deputy President of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa.
6 Oct 2014 11:38
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