Lyrical Base Project has been noted for its contribution to the literary arts with an award from the Western Cape government. Founder Bulelwa Basse says there is no better way to begin this journey of celebration.
Play Your Part and Shout SA will be in the arid Northern Cape, to open a library at the TT Lekalake Primary School in the village of Bathlaros. The event will help to underscore the importance of reading and education.
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.
The 10 young designers at Soulart recycle waste, turning it into artful, sought-after items. They work under the genial eye of founder Brian Sibusiso Mokhachane, who says his initiative is helping to create jobs and tackle drug abuse and littering.
Poet and activist Bulelwa Basse has been nominated in the Western Cape Cultural Awards 2016. Not only content to work in the arts and cultural field to build an inclusive South Africa, Basse also empower people through financial literacy.
Faced with few options other than hopelessness and substance abuse, Happy Feet offers the youth of Langa, in Cape Town, an alternative. The dance programme brings joy and hope to the participants' lives.
Early childhood development is critical for proper cognitive growth and later schooling years. An organisation in KwaZulu-Natal has 30 years' experience in bringing much-needed ECD to underprivileged communities.
Too often, the stories of Africa are shrouded in pain and suffering. Sibahle, which means "we are beautiful", is trying to change that by tackling negative stereotypes and creating a different picture.
As the country burns under the scorching sun, South Africans are called on to help Operation Hydrate, which is taking water to the most drought-stricken regions of the country. Everyone can play their part in this critical initiative.
Thinking Schools South Africa helps schools to build critical thinking into the curriculum. This way, pupils learn to do more than simply learn by rote. Instead, the students graduate with thinking skills necessary for problem solving.