Here he stands in front of the Old Central Prison Wall (in Durban) painted with clauses from the Human Rights Charter with Sonny Singh a fellow prisoner on Robben Island and later in exile. Riot Makhomanisi Mkhwanazi, who
We reproduce extracts from the Constitution and ask the following questions 1. As South Africans are we proud of our constitution? 2. To what extent do we understand and know the constitution? 3. What clauses are we most proud of?
Trainers engaged in story discussion in the story writing section The values training – guided by the manual – trains practitioners in 15 sessions (1 module per 6 hour session) to understand and absorb a core set of
Nomandla Mbele, head ECD trainer, addressing a Waterloo stakeholder meeting at the Domino Foundation GDT’s Early Childhood Development project is growing by leaps and bounds. We were recently asked to assist with the new Waterloo, a township within
Cooperative work –picture from internet As we move towards a greater understanding of indigenous knowledge systems we realise the importance of true history. “History is something we all do, …we do not always realise it. We want to
GDT sponsored a Debating Tournament which was hosted by the DUT Debating Union between 2 and 4 December 2016. More than 50 contestants, drawn from Debating Unions from several South African universities, took part in this tournament. Hillary Musarurwa attended