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Hello Limpopo! Top 12 grade 12 learners get a taste of telecommunication

Hello Limpopo! Top 12 grade 12 learners get a taste of telecommunication

In an era when there are countless career paths for learners to pursue after finishing school, many students don’t know what they’d like to study. This is why Save the Children SA partner, Global Communications (GC) hosted a career day for 12 of the top performing Grade 12 pupils from Limpopo. 
 

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2019 Save the Children Golf Day

2019 Save the Children Golf Day

Join us on September 5th at Parkview Golf Club in Johannesburg for a spectacular day of golf and fun — while raising funds for Save the Children!
 

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Much more than sunshine for children in KZN

Much more than sunshine for children in KZN

In KwaZulu-Natal (KZN), Save the Children implements projects in education, early childhood development, health, child protection and child rights – and reached more than 120 000 girls and boys in 2018.
 

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A big yes to YESEEP – and SRHR

A big yes to YESEEP – and SRHR

It’s quite a mouthful: the Youth Entrepreneurship and Socio Economic Empowerment Project – which is why we often refer to it by its acronym, YESEEP.

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Swipe for us when you shop

Swipe for us when you shop

Not everyone has a MySchool My Villlage MyPlanet card . . . and if you haven’t, please will you join up: it’s free! This fundraising programme benefits many non-profit organisations – including Save the Children South Africa.

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#ChildProtectionWeek: The impact of violence on children

#ChildProtectionWeek: The impact of violence on children

My name is Ndingedwa and I am in prison serving a 19 year sentence for stock theft, housebreaking, assault and murder. How exactly I became violent, I am not sure. One thing I do remember is that my father used to be very violent towards my mother. My father drank so much and he was argumentative and aggressive when he was drunk. He fought with my mother and with other people. If other people wanted to stop him fighting with my mother, then he would fight with them too.

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