The theme of the third meeting of Godllywood's 12 Parts of Me programme, designed to empower women to live fulfilling and joyful lives, was taken from Shakespeare's famous line "to be or not to be". Exploring the identity crisis embodied in this phrase, women were encouraged to think about how much they consider the opinions and expectations of others when making decisions about themselves and their lives, and to what extent they have been influenced negatively by others.
Issued by Universal Church of the Kingdom of God 27 Jan 2015 11:17
Leading international brand development and expression consultancy, Brand Alive, has launched a groundbreaking new social investment initiative designed to create real and sustainable value for South African non-profit organisations where it counts most. 'Enable' - the new division of The Brand Alive Group - will do precisely this - enable the business success of deserving social initiatives through the application of world-class brand development and expression services and practices.
Issued by Brand Alive 22 Jan 2015 11:40
The holidays are over and it's time to go back to work and, most importantly, to school. Back-to-school will be a new experience for many learners as the first day at school is a bag of mixed emotions, but a memorable experience nonetheless.
Issued by Kaya FM 95.9 16 Jan 2015 10:19
Gagasi FM's annual back-to-school CSI campaign, Geleza neGagasi, is back. Each year the station sets aside R120,000 to assist deserving learners and students, particularly those that come from disadvantaged communities. At the beginning of the year Gagasi FM called on learners who require assistance with paying for their school fees, uniforms and stationery as well as tertiary students who require assistance with money for this year's registration, to submit their applications to the station. Applications can still be sent until Friday, 16 January 2014, submission details are available on the Gagasi FM website, www.gagasiradio.fm.
Issued by Gagasi FM 14 Jan 2015 11:12
Blue Label Telecoms's subsidiary, South African Distribution, has installed satellite dishes for two disadvantaged farming communities in the Northern Cape so that families living in these remote areas can purchase prepaid electricity without having to travel long distances to do so. This falls in line with Blue Label Telecoms's focus on addressing inequality of opportunity by enabling all South Africans to interact and transact on an equal footing using convenient and reliable technology.
Issued by Cellfind 18 Dec 2014 10:34