South Africa is a broken place. There is aggression and intolerance about, the government is inept, corrupt, too many things don’t work: our children’s future is bleak. Is that more or less your view of our country today? Well, let me tell you of my experience in the past week:
Archive for the ‘SA Good News’ Category:
Africa’s leaders have agreed to end hunger and cut poverty in half by 2025 with the signing of the Malabo Declaration at the 23rd Ordinary Session of the Assembly of the African Union Heads of State and Government last month.
Kulula.com airline has recently partnered with the Children’s Hospital Trust to fly children from all over South Africa in desperate need of medical treatment to the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital in Cape Town.
Meals on Wheels (Estcourt) provides community development services throughout the Imbabazane Municipality. Located in the Uthukela District, Imbabazane has a population of approximately 110 594 people.
Big Data Intelligence and Automation Will Quickly and Efficiently Connect South African Businesses With Relevant and Compatible Customers, Partners and Funding Sources.
White Rose Hospice in Mpumalanga is proud to continue to deliver outstanding service to its vast community.
The Southern Africa Trust in partnership with its South African implementing partner, loveLife, are proud to launch their new partnership and kick off the fourth cycle of the Southern Africa Youth Exchange Programme, SayXchange 2014.
Standard Bank, Africa’s largest lender by assets, and General Electric have reaffirmed their commitment to Africa at a power financing roundtable held in Washington DC. The partnership sees both parties aiming to bridge the power financing gap in Africa and forms part of the US Africa Leaders’ Summit, the largest gathering of African heads of
Pay-television content provider M-Net will be launching two diverse new general entertainment channels in October 2014 to form part of its varied family of premium channels on DStv.