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BUILDING RESILIENT FUTURES FOR PEOPLE WITH ALBINISM (PWA) INTRODUCTION People with Albinism (PWA) are one group of many who are marginalised through the tendency of human beings to categorise ourselves along the lines of difference and sameness. The boundaries we construct are molded by families, leaders, communities and friends and although often subconscious, they affect our behaviour and influence our decisions. Individual acts of discrimination against those who are not considered to ‘belong’ within a community are informed by group-based stereotypes. These acts of discrimination not only isolate the victims but also contribute to their disempowerment and their feelings [...]

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A night to be remembered as diverse community members gathered together to celebrate the aunch of a resilience development programme targeted at vulnerable community members with a specific emphasis, in September, on PWA. The Dare to Dream Resilience programme has been in development for the past six months through a partnership with the Miss Albinism Zimbabwe Trust (MAZT) and South African NGO Khulisa Social Solutions (Khulisa). Managing Director, Lesley Ann van Selm has been mentoring Founder of MAZT, Brenda Mudzimu for the past nine months and states “over the past 21 years Khulisa has worked with literally tens of [...]


Embargo date and time: Monday 16th October 2017 07h00 CAT South Africa’s legendary and iconic singer PJ Powers will be performing on home soil in Nelspruit, Mpumalanga, on the 21st and 22nd October, 2017. PJ, an award winning musical artist with 12 gold and 4 platinum discs, started her career in the 1980s as the lead singer of Hotline. This was followed by a flourishing solo career during the 1990s and 2000s hallmarked by collaborations with some of the most distinguished international musical artists. PJ Powers remains today, a voice of all generations in Africa, and indeed in African hearts [...]


A business breakfast, hosted by the SA High Commission at Sheraton hotel yesterday, 29th June, was graced with the presence of keynote speaker, PJ Powers who was in Kampala to further her investment in insustainable social solutions through processes derived from a variery of  public and private performances. The gathering attended by the South African High Commissioner Kampala, Professor Major General Lekoa Solly Molo and leading business officials, was the first official announcement of the partnership between South African NGO Khulisa Social Solutions and Grow Movement in Uganda who have joined forces with the Founder of Beatrice Secondary School, (BSC) [...]

Youth Day 2017

Courtney Mhalo, Social Aux Worker from the Paarl Office had a Youth Day event that was held on the 30 June 2017, at LK Zeeman Primary School. The purpose of the event was to motivate the 23, Gr.7 learners, who will be attending high school next year. Teenagers more prone to engage in criminal activities such gang violence and drugs. Thus, it was necessary to address these issues and prepare the learners for various factors they may encounter in the community and at high school. The event atmosphere was set with icebreakers and background music. The discussion points of the [...]

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Khulisa Social Solutions (Khulisa) combines the investments and experiences of both the public (government) and the private sector – corporations, foundations, non-governmental organisations (NGOs, NPOs CBOs) and SMMEs, universities, local businesses and diaspora groups – leveraging their capital and investments, creativity and its access to communities to solve the complex social problems facing our country.

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Khulisa, a non profit company inspires, empowers and enables vulnerable children, youth and communities to unlock their potential and develop skills towards a sustainable future. The organisation operates throughout the country and employs over 300 staff through 38 offices, working in around 400 communities around SA and reaching close to 500,000 people a year.Khulisa partners with national and local government departments, schools, correctional facilities, community leaders, corporates, diverse thought-leaders, academic institutions and private companies. Khulisa’s internationally acclaimed and locally rewarded best practice programmes deliver positive and measurable impact with the main focus on youth and community development.Multi award-winning Khulisa UK, has been operational for the past seven years.

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Khulisa Social Solutions’ vision is of a safer, healthier, more prosperous and restored South Africa; where all people – especially youth – have access to the information, skills and opportunities they need to contribute to equitable local and national development and avoid involvement in crime.

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To address social vulnerabilities and inequalities by providing restorative processes and capacity building through key partnerships for initiatives at a community level that quantifiably demonstrates social impact.