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Taking polo to disadvantaged kids

Polo, usually a sport of the privileged, is now being taken to underprivileged communities in the Free State. (Image: Poloafrica)With 60 ponies on...

Cyclists ride to fundraise for diabetic kids

cyclists_thumbnail A group of cyclists took part in a non-stop relay race of more than 1 000km to fundraise for diabetic children in South Africa. On their trip through three provinces, locals were educated about keeping healthy and being active, as well as encouraging people to get tested.

ASSITEJ SA brings theatre to our youth

SA contingent of international organisation recognised for their role in exposing South African youth to theatre and performance art.

Zulu gets technical

A South African electrical engineer turned author has developed 480 new Zulu words to explain contemporary science and technology terms.
Cards celebrate SA’s languages


Drogba, kids tackle xenophobia

The Youth African Soccer Cup, devised to help South African children discover other African countries and their cultures, took place in Johannesburg on the weekend - with special guest and project ambassador Didier Drogba on hand to lend support.

Makeover for Soweto park

Taking inspiration from the Extreme Home Makeover reality TV series, Johannesburg City Parks has undertaken its own day-long initiative with the building of a new park.

Changed prisoners inspire kids

Three Johannesburg prisoners who openly admit to have made wrong decisions earlier in life are now dedicated to inspiring school children to live a crime –free life.

Rainbow kids boost London bid

Rainbow kids boost London bid

In London's winning presentation for the 2012 Olympics was Inspiration, a film showing kids from four continents being inspired by the games to become athletes themselves. Except the kids weren't from four continents - they were all South African.

Draft law highlights kids’ plight

Recent parliamentary hearings on a draft Children's Bill, drawn up by the SA Law Reform Commission to bring together all legislation relating to children, were tense as welfare organisations and the government argued over key points excluded from the original draft Bill.


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