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Youth Day: gold Youths Set up Street Store and Say No to Poverty

16 June 2018 - Masoyi gold Youth Peer Education Programme worked with Humphrey Mokoena - one of our gold Grads and our past Facilitator Intern - in implementing his concept of a Street Store for the first time in Mpumalanga. The aim of the Street Store is to give away clothes to the needy through the setup of a clothing store. Every community upliftment action taken by our youth this year is aligned with one of 3 chosen Sustainable

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gold Continues the Food-Growing Journey!

On Saturday, gold took another exciting step on our journey to expose our youth to the opportunities in the food system! Recognizing the real food security crisis, not only in our communities, but globally, we are piloting HiGro Tower Gardens in our gold Kraaifontein schools (Hector Peterson, Masibambane and Bloekombos) and taking this project on as our Advocacy Campaign for the year!  Peer Educators from all four tracks, along with their

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A leader remembered-Lungelo Andries

A young man committed to community development and mentoring young people, Lungelo Andries joined gold in 2014 to become a Peer Education trainer. He trained highschool students at Manyano High School in Khayelitsha to become leaders in their communities. Lungelo believed and embraced the gold vision to see the next generation reach their full potential and be all they can be. He dedicated his life to this vision. He would serve the young people

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Debate- influences and choices that affect young people

While most learners from Lungisani Secondary School ran home with their term two reports, Peer Educators and some of their peers ran into a classroom to engage in an exciting debate. The debate was about the different choices that young people make that have either a positive or negative impact on their lives, and the influences that shape their decision-making. The topics included: goal-setting, gender roles and reasons why young people engage in

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Youth Day activities in summary

June 16-Young people from different walks of life gathered to not only commemorate Youth Day but continue speaking about what needs to change in their communities. Peer Educators and their peers from Kraafontein and Masoyi (Mpumalanga) respectively marched carrying placards with expressions of the kind of communities they imagined for themselves, their peers and future generations. They wrote: “Youth make positive choices” “Build wat the next

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Parents and Teachers Workshop in Mpumalanga

On the 13th of  May 2016 the Mpumalanga team hosted a Parents and Teachers workshop. The purpose of this workshop, was to give parents and teachers an opportunity to learn more about the GOLD Peer Education Programme and explore their role as well as a school's role in supporting and promoting the programme. The teachers were encouraged to think about the sub-culture they should strive to create at school and within the community for effective peer

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Young Leaders Taking Charge of their Community

On the 14th of May 2016 , GOLD Peer Educators and Facilitators from Limpopo participated in  a community upliftment activity at a common area in Mokopane. This is where taxis drop off primary school learners in the morning and pick up them up in the afternoon. It is "also one of the first places you see as you enter our town"  said Imogen Van Wyk the Programme Manager at Destiny Alive : an organisation that implements the GOLD programme in Limpopo.

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Standard Bank looking for tellers in Johannesburg

Standard Bank is looking for 108 tellers to work at their Johannesburg branches. The purpose of this opportunity is: To provide a consistently high quality frontline transaction service to customers encompassing the cashing of cheques, acceptance of deposits and the provision of change. To understand the risks associated with the handling of cash and maintain effective controls to manage these risks. To maintain a high level of integrity and ethical

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ASRI Future Leaders Fellowship Program 2016

Auwal Socio-Economic Research Institute (ASRI) is a pluralist domestic public policy institute, which conducts policy research, prototyping and advocacy in five key areas: Nation Building and Governance; Job Creation; Public Health; Public Education; Crime and Justice. ASRI is calling for applications for its Future Leaders Fellowship Program 2016. Graduates of the 2016 ASRI Future Leaders Fellowship Program are anticipated to go on to become influential

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Going back to basics-A GOLD training

In the last week of August as well the first week of September a group of 12 community development volunteers from Diepsloot, Gauteng, were part of a basic training about how to implement the GOLD programme. The volunteers benefited greatly from the session regarding the 7 Elements necessary to implement the programme like Programme Planning, Managing Facilitator, Managing Peer Educators and Reaching Peers and the community. The volunteers felt confident

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