Celebrating 26 years of Freedom and to thank London and the UK.South-Africa-on-the-Square is supported by the South African High Commission and is endorsed by and will raise funds for the foundations of three of the great leaders of the ant-apartheid movement and the work these foundations continue to do today Nelson Mandela was imprisoned by […]
Supported by the Joe Slovo Foundation, WhiteRibbon.Org.ZA is working towards Building a South Africa free from Violence and abuse Against Women and Girls (VAWG). White Ribbon is working in over 60 countries all around the World , where hundreds of thousands of Men and Boys, Women and Girls have all taken the White Ribbon Pledge; committing to ; […]
Powered by the Joe Slovo Foundation WhiteRibbon.Org.Za aims to end Violence and Abuse against Women and Girls in South Africa 70% of Women and Girls in South Africa experience Physical, Sexual Violence & Abuse including Rape & Femicide. WhireRibbon.Org.Za provides a way forward to end this Violence through education, awareness raising, creative campaigns, preventative programs, […]
#HearMeToo – UNiTE to End Violence against Women campaign 16 days of activism From 25 November, the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, to 10 December, Human Rights Day, the 16 days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence Campaign is a time to galvanize action to end violence against women and […]
It does NOT matter if Karima Brown is a spy, operative or even a journalist – Violence against Women and Girls is Wrong !
It doesn’t matter who she is or what she has done – whether she is indeed a spy, operative or even a journalist, whether you like what she writes or not – the threats against Karima Brown are the same threats that thousands of Women in South Africa face every day and it needs to […]
This month, four men, one an Uber driver, are in court on charges of rape as four women reported that they had been gang-raped by their Uber driver and his accomplices in four separate incidents in the Randburg area of Johannesburg South Africa. Ulrich Roux, legal representative for the women, said they planned to launch a civil suit against Uber on the grounds that they were misled by Uber into believing that they were paying for a safe and reliable service.
About the Joe Slovo Foundation The Joe Slovo Foundation is a Public Benefit Organisation (PBO# 930055404) and Non-Profit Company (NPO# 170-380) registered in South Africa with a UK satellite office. Inspired by Joe Slovo’s legacy, the Foundation’s mission serves to empower impoverished Africans . Utilising a ‘Sustainable Livelihoods Approach’ the organisation’s focus is on the […]
The Joe Slovo Foundation has been nominated for the prestigious Katerva Award. Writing to the Foundation Dr Bettina von Stamm -Director of Awards Program said “On behalf of the Katerva Awards program I wish to congratulate you and your team for this achievement, and welcome you into the award’s program”. “The Katerva Awards are the […]