enke is one of 12 African organisations to be selected as part of the Facebook Community Accelerator Programme.
COVID-19 has been devastating for small businesses of every kind around the world and the country. Many have lost business and, almost all, have needed to adapt rapidly to national lockdown regulations. We’re proud to count several of our Business on a Bicycle entrepreneurs among those that have successfully adapted and are continuing to thrive.
We’re excited to share the conclusion of a wonderful 3-year partnership with the European Union and Operation Hope South Africa, which enabled the expansion of our impact to Northern Cape, Limpopo and the Free State.
This is an unprecedented Youth Week in South Africa as it also coincides with the second week that some learners have been back at school since March and the state of National Disaster and Lockdown were announced. With all that has been written about youth and schools being opened, very little has been written on the insights and perspectives of the education systems, the largest group of stakeholders – the learners themselves. In this blog post we share insights from learners gathered in a series of Whatsapp Live Chats discussing Education Solutions.
Outlining our response to COVID-19 – Be Safe, Be Smart, Be Kind!
We are very excited that the launch of our Business on a Bicylce Generator was covered by various media outlets. On Thursday 24 October, enke: Make Your Mark, in partnership with Investec, and Qhubeka Charity officially launched the enke/Investec Business on a Bike Generator Program.
Announcing the Youth Development in South Africa Summit Johannesburg: Organisations advancing youth development and dignity are hosting the Youth Development in South Africa Summit to celebrate and collaborate to amplify and build sustainable impact of youth development practice in South Africa. The Youth Development in SA Summit is taking place on Friday 25 October 2019, […]
Celebrating the work of our Trailblazer Class of 2018 – 335 Trailblazers from 9 provinces ran projects impacting 16.477 people in communities across SA
Bongumenzi Creates Media Platform to Celebrate Youth Bongumenzi Siluma, from Krugersdorp High School (KHS) is a storyteller at heart took part in the 2018 enke: Trailblazer Program intake in Northern Cape. The community issue that he identified was that creative learners in his school didn’t have a platform to be celebrated. Thus, Bongumenzi channeled his […]
Mashadi started gardening projects in her community and has now registered her own NGO to provide motivation, guidance and leadership for women in her community.