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AKB Mandela Day 2022

AKB Mandela Day 2022 Warm-hearted people can help our beneficiaries stay warm this Mandela Day! Do what you can, with what you can, wherever you can!!! Help us keep our lights on Donate R120 towards our electricity bill. Increased electricity tariffs and continuous load-shedding make it more difficult to provide a ...

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Young hopefuls

Young hopefuls Being young and living in South Africa comes with many challenges such as unemployment, peer pressure and at times, access to basic services i.e. education. When a child is placed in an institution such as a children’s home or is a part of a community care programme, it seems the ...

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Food Security and Health

Food Security and Health According to Trading Economics (https://tradingeconomics.com/south-africa/youth-unemployment-rate) the Youth Unemployment rate in South Africa currently stands at 66,5%. Many of these young adults are having children that they cannot sustain. Thus, the problem of a lack of food security, even in an urban environment such as Soweto, is on the ...

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A bad time for kids!

A bad time for kids! A child born in the last ten years will face a plethora of challenges in a world that seems to be dead set on self-destruction. Amongst others there is: Global warming and the associated risks of famine A pandemic that may very well result in permanently high ...

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Goodbye Time waits for no-one and this is something I have become acutely aware of these past months. After 25 years and some months of being part of the Abraham Kriel family, my time is fast speeding to an end. I will retire at the end of May. I write this to ...

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Girls with goals

Girls with goals Carin and Lilly (not their real names) have been living in homes on Langlaagte and Maria Kloppers Campuses respectively. They have been a part of the Abraham Kriel Bambanani family from a young age. These two girls have faced challenges that broke them down mentally and physically and that ...

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Lina’s story

Lina's story At age 19 Lina (pseudonym) faced terrible odds for completing matric successfully. Her social worker was concerned that her circumstances would prevent her from fulfilling her potential. Lina, who has been in the Westbury Family Care programme since September 2013, lives in the Slovo Park informal settlement in a one ...

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