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South Africa Partners 10th Anniversay
2 June 2011 - UNICEF's Kun Li reports from Johannesburg, South Africa on the launch of 'Opportunity in Crisis: Preventing HIV from early adolescence to young adulthood', a joint report produced by UNICEF and its partners. For more information, please visit http://www.unicef.org
Children at an East London preschool practice fine motor skills and learn about shapes, colors and patterns through play with threading beads. In the Province of the Eastern Cape where South Africa Partners has strong relationships in both the health and education sectors, we have entered into partnership with seven home-grown centers run by women who provide child care from infancy to age 4. We are drawing these centers together into the Community ECD Network to provide these childcare practitioners the training and support they need to transform their programs — from minimally provisioned sites that safely shelter children into preschools that will change the lives of children, their families and their communities for the better. Working in partnership with government, the local commu...
Long queues at Home Affairs offices will soon be a thing of the past. The Department in partnership with Statistics South Africa have jointly launched the modernisation of South Africa's civil records for the digital age. The project is estimated to cost 200 million rand. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
The Holland - Africa Poultry Partners (HAPP) is a partnership of professional and committed companies, ngos and knowledge institutes from the Netherlands specialized in solutions and knowledge transfer for the international poultry sector. More information: http://www.hollandafricapoultrypartners.nl/en/
As we have seen from the controversy at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, being a host country can bring both economic and social benefits AND drawbacks. News Producer Yawa Degboe looks back at the 2010 World Cup hosted by South Africa and discusses its aftermath with Mary Tiseo, who is the Executive Director at South Africa Partners. Tiseo shares her insights on the effects that hosting the $3.9 billion World Cup has had on South Africa. This segment is part of the Newscast recorded on August 14, 2014. Website: http://news.acmi.tv Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/arlingtonpublicnews Twitter: https://twitter.com/ArlingtonPublic
On Thursday 11 May marketers from across the country gathered at the Sandton Convention Centre for the 13th annual Sunday Times Generation Next youth marketing conference. The conference offered marketers a glimpse into what makes youth tick. As the official custodian of the nation brand and an official partner of the marketing conference, Brand South Africa, alongside other partners such as Proudly South African, joined forces with Sunday Times to ensure the event delivered a memorable experience.
Kingston partnered with South African computing retailer, Matrix Warehouse Computers at rAge 2012, an annual South African gaming expo. This partnership provided rAge 2012 attendees with access to complimentary product offerings, to enhance their gaming rig performance.
As we have seen from the controversy at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, being a host country can bring both economic and social benefits AND drawbacks. News Producer Yawa Degboe looks back at the 2010 World Cup hosted by South Africa and discusses its aftermath with Mary Tiseo, who is the Executive Director at South Africa Partners. Tiseo shares her insights on the effects that hosting the $3.9 billion World Cup has had on South Africa. This segment is part of the Newscast recorded on August 14, 2014. This is an extended version of a previous interview: http://youtu.be/X42Z-V3k3g8 Website: http://news.acmi.tv Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/arlingtonpublicnews Twitter: https://twitter.com/ArlingtonPublic
Partners for Possibility is a Leadership Development and Principal support process. School principals and business leaders are partnered in collaborative partnerships to lead change at schools. This video was made after a visit to 3 (of 600) schools in May 2017. www.PfP4SA.org
Woza Moya are one of Oxfam Shop’s newest producer partners and the suppliers of our beautifully hand-crafted sock monkeys. Woza Moya are a non-governmental organisation providing care and support for people living with HIV in the Ufafa Valley, South Africa. This beautiful and inspirational video looks at the difference Woza Moya’s sock monkey’s have made to the lives of their crafters such as Sindi Mtolo and Mpume Dlamini. Sindi and Mpume tell how the income from the sock monkeys has allowed them to provide enough food and shelter for their children. The Sock Monkey project was originally developed in Canada to help bring joy and laughter to children affected by trauma all around the world. Due to the sock monkeys ever-growing popularity and increasing demand, the project is now also h...