Exam Preparation

Our study groups and other Mmaphuti secondary school learners are always feeling so lucky because they come to the centre everyday to prepare for their final examinations. At the centre they find that previous question papers and memorandum are available. They keep on saying it is so lucky and supportive to have a centre in…

Fencing

.Volunteer Mildred Lesu and a community member, Machaka Frans, helped to deck holes for the fence for the new vegetable garden project. Machaka said, 'I am happy to help, and pleased of what you doing. Maybe you will help create jobs for us'.
Thabo Mashitisho
IT Assistant

Manage Quiz Night

On the 12th November we had a quiz night competition. There were three groups of six members per group. They were competing for a R120.00 prize. The competition was won by a group called ‘3 Boys & 1’. We had a lot of fun! The competition was organized and run by Joseph, who is one…

House Cleaning

On the 11th of November we went to visit the Mashitisho family to check whether they are living in a clean house or not. We found that it was better than when we first found them and started cleaning for them. We cleaned the whole house by sweeping, mopping, washing dishes and polishing the floor.…

Our Study Group

Our study groups are very dedicated and wishing to pass their Grade 11 and 12 exams well. They have been meeting and working all through winter. It is now spring and they are still going strong – nothing is stopping them! They give each other attention and assistance. The exam sheets that are available at…

Lemon Recipes

Daddy Darryl (as we so fondly call him) – our community mentor, does it with passion and love. You can see that he teaches us from deep within his heart. Today we learned how to make lemon curd, and how to preserve lemons. You could see from the ladies who attended that they were enjoying…

Recycling Project

We collect bottles, cans and plastics for recycling. The idea came after we started The President’s Award programme. We noticed that we collect lots of containers and end up burning them. We thought it would be better to re-cycle the containers, and in the process earn cash to sue towards the cost of the programme.…