Join the Zazi movement: start a Zazi club in your area, follow #BagitUseit, and start talking about women's rights and general life skills. Zazi calls for a countrywide movement that will lead to healthy and fulfilling lives.
Schools in townships and rural South Africa are set to benefit from the 67 Libraries project, an initiative in support and honour of Mandela Day on 18 July, and beyond.
Foreign nationals who have been accommodated at a temporary settlement in Germiston, East Rand, after they fled fearing attacks, will continue receiving social support services from social workers as they are reintegrated into their communities in Makawusi and Marathon informal settlements.
No longer simply the exploiters of resources and people, the mining industry in South Africa today invests R3.9-billion a year in corporate social investment projects, more than any other sector on the stock exchange. Most of this investment is in communities around the mines' operations.
In 2030, higher education and vocational training in South Africa produces highly skilled graduates, ready to meet both the present and future needs of economy and society.
The youth of South Africa have the ability to make this country globally competitive; they bring creativity and innovation to the table – but they need the support of big business.
Mvuseleli Nondala from Ngqoko Village, near Ladyfrere in the Eastern Cape Province, has teamed up with other community members to inspire positive social change through a community vegetable garden, scholar support programmes, cultural programmes and more.