16 day Activism – Cape Town
Mr Rudy Petersen, Senior Manager, Government & Stakeholders Relations, saw great value in the Hope to Heal Foundation’s projects and programmes and the positive impact we are creating in society and took us under his wing, providing us with various platforms. We are looking forward to working together with the University of Johannesburg and their support to the National Talk for Freedom 2020.read more
Human trafficking, one of the fastest-growing activities of trans-national criminal organizations in the world that generates billions of dollars per annum.
Human trafficking is not just sexual slavery but also for the purpose of forced labour, forced marriage, child marriage, Organ smuggling, surrogacy Human trafficking can occur within a country or trans-nationally.read more
I am humbled and blessed to be nominated for the Women of Stature Awards 2019. The unlimited hours I put in the projects and programmes to uplift society are being acknowledged and appreciated, thank you kindlyread more
Hope to Heal Foundation saw the urgent need for a magazine based on crimes of circumstances and crisis. The magazine is a platform and a voice for millions suffering in silence due to these crimes. It is educational and creates awareness.read more
The Southern African Rurality in Higher education project is an ESRC-NRF newton funded collaborative research project between the University of Brighton, The University of Johannesburg, Rhodes University, the University of Forte Hare, investigating students’ transition from rural schools and home context to university learning in South Africa.read more
Her Serene Highness Princess Charlene of Monaco, born in South Africa, grew up in Benoni, married to Prince Albert of Monaco, has two beautiful children, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella but is still very involved in various charity organisations and events back home in South Africa.read more