Play Your Part episode 16: get involved

You can get involved with Shalate Teffo of the children’s home, Dimphonyana Tsa Lapeng; Sandi Mazibuko of FabroSanz; and Sakina Mohamed of the Greater Rape Intervention Project, here:

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Shalate Teffo (pictured) and her mother, who is known as Mama Assie, take in orphaned and neglected children, who they raise as their own. (Images: Brand South Africa)

Brand South Africa reporter
Asnath Teffo, mother of Shalate Teffo, founded the children’s home, Dimphonyana Tsa Lapeng, in Olievenhoutbosch, a township outside Midrand in Gauteng.

The NPO is featured on episode 16 of Play Your Part, which airs on Saturday, 30 December 2017.

The episode airs at 18:00 on SABC2.

Here’s how you can get involved with the good work of the guests on this episode:

Shalate Teffo

Teffo runs Dimphonyana Tsa Lapeng with her mother. They give a home to and care for destitute children. There’s a particular focus on children facing challenges such as child-headed homes.

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Sandi Mazibuko

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Sandi Mazibuko

Mazibuko started with a fashion label, Fabrosanz, which evolved into the House of Fabrosanz. It hosts lifestyle events such as style and beauty workshops, empowerment seminars and pop-up shops.

Mazibuko initially did the design and sewing of the clothes herself, but later created jobs – she now only designs and her team does the cutting and sewing.

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Sakina Mohamed

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Sakina Mohamed

Mohamed is the CEO of the Greater Rape Intervention Project (Grip) in Nelspruit.

Grip, which was established in 2000, helps rape survivors and actively supports and enhances the work of the police, the National Prosecuting Authority, and the departments of Health, Justice and Social Development.

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Play Your Part is broadcast at 18:00 on Saturdays on SABC2.

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