Western Cape NGO Mamelani Projects works with the most disadvantaged communities. They help children raised by the state to make their way in the world.
Skills are needed to build a business. GetOn teaches these skills to bright, ambitious youngsters who go out into the world burning with desire to help slash jobless numbers and grow the country for the better for all.
Students of the Cape Peninsula University of Technology were given a task to share stories of their community, in order for them to identify with one another. These stories capture the challenges they have overcome and aims to shape them as aspiring teachers.
When it is complete, the Riversands incubation hub near the impoverished township of Diepsloot will be filled with small businesses benefiting the innovative Asset-Based Community Driven Development programme. The plan is to grow the township's talent pool, increase skills and create jobs.
Jeremiah Moreo is determined his pupils will do well in maths and science, despite not having a stocked laboratory. Doing his best for his classes has even meant he has moved towns to be near them all the time.