A new year brings with it so much more than simply a new calendar. Internationally, the new year is seen as a chance to set resolutions and have a fresh start.
Author: Amogelang Moloabi (Amogelang Moloabi)
On World Food Day, as we consider the issue of food insecurity, we simply cannot ignore the reality that continues to follow us in South Africa. Despite having an abundance of resources, too many families continue to go hungry every day.
October 10 is celebrated annually as World Mental Health Day, and is globally significant as a chance to take stock of where we are in terms of our mental health.
The International Day for Universal Access to Information, celebrated on September 28th, serves as a great reminder of a fundamental human right, that we all have access to information.
The Nokuphila School's annual Heritage Day concert is a celebration for all.
Creating lasting change through inspired music lessons
13 August 2023 is celebrated as International Left-Handers Day. While this is not a widely celebrated day, this annual call for recognition was started by the Left-Handers Club in the United Kingdom in 1992. The aim was to create awareness for this small group of our population.
In an era where gender equality and female empowerment are gaining significant traction, strategic partnerships between like-minded organisations can be a powerful catalyst for change. A great example of female empowerment and the importance of equal opportunity is the partnership that exists between The Love Trust and Realema.
The Love Trust invites 10 cyclists to the iconic 97 km race to ride through the streets of Johannesburg for a huge purpose.
Education is a powerful tool that can transform lives and open doors to countless opportunities. In fact, the father of our nation, the late Nelson Mandela said that, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”