25 November to 10 December marks the annual international 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence which sheds light on an issue which is often hidden or ignored.
Meet Khanyisile Motsa, the Global Citizen Prize Winner Protecting Children From Gender Violence & Trafficking
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The Berea-Hillbrow Home of Hope for Girls has made an appeal for 10 laptops and 40 tablets, as well as fibre connections for its two full-time residential care homes to keep its homeschooling programme going in response to COVID-19.
Khanyisile Motsa, Recipient South Africa Award at Global Conference 2019
KIA Motors South Africa donates R100,000 to Home of Hope for Girls in Johannesburg - Cash donation to assist the organisation in providing a safe environment
An estimated 10 000 children, as young as twelve, are currently working as prostitutes in Johannesburg - and the number is increasing.
Mam’ Khanyi, a former businesswoman, has made it her mission to help child prostitutes and teenage mothers get off Johannesburg streets. In this moving interview with Ruda Landman, the Home of Hope founder talks about how she started her work with these youngsters – mostly orphans – and what her life is like, dealing with pimps, drug dealers and other shadowy types in the criminal underworld. – JC
Home of Hope founder Khanyisile Motsa featured on the latest instalment of Brand South Africa's Play Your Part TV series, which aired at 9pm on Sunday 3 August on SABC2.