Archive for April 2015

Make Your Move

Libo Macanda & Asandiswa Bomvana  Project: Make Your Move Hector Peterson High School King Williams Town, Eastern Cape Asandiswa and Libo are very familiar with the social problems of their communities. But rather than joining in with the drugs or violence they are witness to, these two young ladies decided to help their fellow students…

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Hashtag Sisonke

Names: Andrew Sebogodi, Kelebogile Dywili, Thabiso Mogorosi  Project: Hashtag Sisonke Emang Mmogo Comprehensive School Kimberley, Northern Cape By Phakamile Khumalo My experience of Kimberley was marked by excitement and anxiety all in one. The locals there are friendly and welcoming, offering directions and advice on the fastest routes, places to see and where to go.…

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Speak Up

Names: Siphesanda Nyanga, Saniselisiwe Dick, Samkelo Koli, Banathi Adams  Project: Walmer High School Student Representative Council Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape Community Action Project A group of grade eleven students wanted to give their peers at Walmer High a way to channel their voices. They decided to create a Student Representative Council (SRC) to improve communication…

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Dream deferred… now a reality

8 months ago when Pip announced that she was resigning from enke, I, like many, were surprised, a bit in shock wondering how anyone else could lead enke, but also excited that Pip felt that the organisation was at a stage that could be passed on to other hands. It was also an amazing opportunity…

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Introducing enke’s new CEO

To the wonderful enke family, I’m writing to you with some wonderful news – but also with some not so wonderful news. First the good news: it is with great excitement that I am writing to announce Rufaro Mudimu’s appointment as CEO of enke: Make Your Mark.  Now the not so good stuff: unfortunately things didn’t…

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