Author Archives: srki

Uniforms for Singamakalipha children

On the 14th of January Africa Unite handed over school items to some of the Singamakhalipha children at a back to school event held at the Gugulethu Sport Complex. The event was attended by Singamakhalipha children, their parents and guardians. Local community newspapers, namely City Vision and the Daily Sun were also present covering the… Continue Reading

The Business Development Project

In the upcoming months Africa Unite hopes to initiate a new Business Development Project which aims to empower young adults who are unemployed by offering them practical and business skills which they can use to set up their own small business. Through this business and learning platform, a second aim of the program is to… Continue Reading

One of Africa Unite’s goals

One of Africa Unite’s goal is to build communities that are conflict free, enhance social cohesion and promote social economic development within these communities.   Hence in an attempt to build peaceful, tolerant and conducive communities, Africa Unite is embarking on a conflict mediation programme. The communities that we are working with are Nyanga, Europe… Continue Reading

Singamakhalipha children back to school

Singamakhalipha children back to school

On the 14th of January Africa Unite handed over school items to some of the Singamakhalipha children at a back to school event held at the Gugulethu Sport Complex. The event was attended by Singamakhalipha children, their parents and guardians. Local community newspapers, namely City Vision and the Daily Sun were also present covering the… Continue Reading

Africa Unite closes the curtains on the year 2013

Africa Unite closes the curtains on the year 2013

In order to close the end of the year 2013, on the 12th of December  Africa Unite’s, staff,  peer educators, interns and board members took a day out together to celebrate their hard work, challenges and successes of 2013. The event took place at Spier’s Moyo restaurant in Stellenbosch where everyone had the time to… Continue Reading

Africa unite youth pay their respect to the late Nelson Mandela

Africa unite youth pay their respect to the late Nelson Mandela

As crowds stood outside Grand Parade in Cape Town placing flowers, where the first black president of South Africa Rholihlahla Nelson Mandela gave his first speech after being released from prison. Africa Unite human rights peer educators joined the whole world on the 10th December in commemorating the inspirational and humble life of a leader… Continue Reading


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