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Water crisis

A crisis that I think that our community might face in the future is that of a water crisis or even an electricity crisis. lately, we've been experiencing a lot of electricity cut-offs as well as water cut-offs, so i think that will be the worst problems that we will face in the near future. there has been talk about foreign substances in the water and that Eskom is or has been experiencing problems so i think that to be more aware of whats happening, one needs to witness what is going on at…


Posted on April 20, 2010 at 8:56am

What are their lives like in 2020?

When i donated books as well as other items to the girls back in 2010, i kept in contact with them and as the years passed on, i still managed to help them with things that they needed especially when it came to their educational needs. their lives have been much better ever since and they are all educated today, and some are even working.

Posted on April 13, 2010 at 11:59am

Empowering a girl/women through education

In last week i visited the daycare center in my area and asked the supervisor there if there was anything that the kids needed, especially the girls who still attended school. He explained to me that they do have many sponsors but anything that anyone can help with is always appreciated. So i got together with my family and discussed what i wanted to do and they glady agreed to help in any way. All the girls attended the same school so i decided to help them buy stationery and books etc that…


Posted on April 13, 2010 at 11:27am — 2 Comments

Empowering women through sport

the news story from Women, gender, and equality is an inspiring story since it explains that many women are more likey to benefit and be inspired through sport rather than other forms of inspirations. many women achieved different achievements in the past and they still due but faced many barriers of discriminations and racial aspects. but they still carried on. Most of the benefits faced by these women because they were inspired through sport or physical activity were that not many women were… Continue

Posted on April 13, 2010 at 11:15am

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