Story 32 We recently interviewed Werner Fourie, the owner of Bril in Paarl. We discussed Project Cat-Eye, how they’re making a difference and how underprivileged communities can move forward with hope.
Story 33 Leigh-Ann Veale, the founder of The Social Bear shared her challenges as a small business owner in South Africa, how small to medium businesses are making a difference in the international market and how aspiring entrepreneurs can move forward with hope.
Story 40 We had the chance to interview Kayla van Rensburg about her organisation ‘Scarlett Paws.’ She gave us some insight on her challenges and advised us on how we can help her overcome these obstacles.
Story 41 As Earthchild Project’s environmental facilitator, Xoli Fuyani helps under-resourced schools with complementary education. This support teaches children how to lead balanced and environmentally responsible lives.
Story 42 We spoke to the Laura Singh, the co-founder of Outliers, to find out how this network of after-school programmes provide learners academic support in safe spaces, fertile for training, researching and connecting.
Story 43 Becoming the principal of a school might not have been the original aim of Amanda Lochner, but over time she has grown from her position as a teacher with a mind for Mathematics and Science, to a principal with a passion for restorative communication.
Story 44 Nelly Senong, the founder of 7th Heaven Children’s Haven, is dedicated to making a difference in the world by taking care of the youngest South Africans and enabling them to have a positive impact on society.
Story 45 As a BMus graduate with a passion for music, Dalene Olivier never thought of becoming a headmaster. However, after 25 years of teaching music, God chose her to guide La Rochelle’s primary students and to advocate for healthy family structure at home.
Story 46 Annalies van Rijswijk grows hope and builds a better South Africa while proving that all children are educable. With her help, those on the autism spectrum, and their families, can lead full and happy lives.
Story 50 We caught up with Zama Mbele, the facility manager of Heaven’s Nest Child Care and Recreation Centre, and found out how she came to live by her philosophy: “help a child and release a star into the world”.
Story 51 Johanna Strauss is one of the people who keep the Durbanville Children’s Home running, with its focus on providing care for those children who need support most. Their goal? Restoring young South Africans to healthy family relationships.