Yearly Archives: 2019

FERTILE FUTURE FOR FEMALE FARMERS

Rampant teenage pregnancy, a significant cause for parents and teachers amongst Grade 11 and 12 learners.  Numbers so high that a serious intervention was needed to address the causes of this which has now become a national epidemic. 22 year old NGO, Khulisa Social Solutions, had already been operational throughout the Midlands area for [...]

FERTILE FUTURE FOR FEMALE FARMERS2019-11-21T10:27:28+00:00

Where is our Ubuntu?

Our President is calling for harsher sentences but yet those who are committing heinous acts of violence, are the product of a society that live in our own backyard.  In numerous recent publications of victimology, it has become evident that the victim becomes a victimiser perpetuating the never ending downward spiral of crime and [...]

Where is our Ubuntu?2019-11-21T10:20:50+00:00

PROMISING OPPORTUNITIES FOR FAMILY AND COMMUNITY INCLUSION FOR PERSONS WITH ALBINISM

Persons with Albinism are the subject of ongoing discrimination and victimisation including physical harm and even murder for their body parts, which are valued in some circles as having “magical” properties. Khulisa Social Solutions (“Khulisa”), has, over the past two years, been working with Persons with Albinism and Persons with Albinism-focussed organisations in Southern [...]

PROMISING OPPORTUNITIES FOR FAMILY AND COMMUNITY INCLUSION FOR PERSONS WITH ALBINISM2019-10-23T10:15:25+00:00

Palesa Tshabalala’s Story

 The apartheid regime brought up so many wounds too many people of South Africa. Many challenges transpired in that period of struggle, some heroes and heroines were celebrated but others were forgotten, their story went by the wind. Through being tortured and being treated lesser, many are still living with their wounds and some [...]

Palesa Tshabalala’s Story2019-08-08T09:08:40+00:00