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More hints As the Covid-19 pandemic takes hold, no country will escape the consequences of this fast spreading virus. On 26th March South Africa was brought under a nationwide lockdown.
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Ikamva Labantu, one of South Africa’s most established non-profits, had to close its doors to its 21 Seniors Clubs throughout the townships surrounding Cape Town. These clubs provide daily meals, health check-ups, exercise sessions and much need company to the most vulnerable community members who are now alone and in need.
Aware of the devastating affect these closures are having, Ikamva Labantu are using their vast networks to provide food and hygiene parcels to their programme members and have launched an emergency appeal for funds to sustain this.
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What we do
Community H.E.A.R.T. (Health Education And Reconstruction Training), a UK based Registered Charity, was set up when Nelson Mandela was elected President of free South Africa to overcome apartheid’s awful legacy.
Together with our partners in South Africa we give priority to health, education and reconstruction training projects based on the principle of self-help. We try not to run projects but give support to local initiatives, small and large.
People all over the world can now play a role in South Africa and the Southern African Region by helping people to gain the skills they need to rebuild their countries.
Founding director and President, Denis Goldberg says: “When we teach a person how to fish, his family will eat. The need is to teach communities to fish so they may eat for generations to come.”
In Nelson Mandela’s book, A Long Walk to Freedom, he quotes Denis Goldberg in the Rivonia Courtroom shouting, “Life, Life to live!” when Justice de Wet sentenced him and his comrades to life imprisonment for treason.
Denis Goldberg gave most of his life for South Africa. But that wasn’t enough. He still has a struggle to fight, for his cause was more than the end of apartheid in South Africa. It was and still is a struggle against injustice and a burning desire to help people in need. Despite having spent 22 years in prison Denis Goldberg still believes life is wonderful and he’s trying to ensure it is wonderful for South Africa’s many underprivileged.
Historic Anti-Apartheid Posters
Our selection of historic Anti-Apartheid posters are a snapshot of the campaigns undertaken by AAM over the years. Replica prints will be soon be available to purchase from this site to please check back soon. Alternatively we always have a selection at our fundraising events across the country or sign up to our news letter to find out how to get yourself one of these momentous prints.