Monthly Archives: April 2019

“Africa Unite School Club teachers attend UNESCO MGIEP teachers training in India”.

Early this year 2019, our Africa Unite School Club partnered up with the United Nations Education, Science and Culture, Mahatma Ghandi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development (UNESCO MGIEP) to launch 2 programmes in South African High schools … Continue reading

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AFRICA UNITE CHOOL CLUB x SHAWCO HEALTH – COMMUNTY HEALTH LIAISON.

On the 13th of April 2019 Africa Unite School Club together with the University of Cape Town student run organisation; Student Health Welfare Centre Organisation (SHAWCO) Health partnered on an information sharing workshop at the SHAWCO Health Offices at the … Continue reading

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South African Government Officials Fuelling Xenophobia:

For Immediate Release The recent xenophobic attacks in KwaZulu Natal Province did not come as a surprise considering the upcoming general elections in May 2019. For the past 2 years, different political authorities both in the ruling and opposition parties … Continue reading

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Immigration Orientation Programme

On the 30th of March 2019 Africa Unite held its first immigration orientation session at 6 Spin Street Cape Town. This information session was designed in order to raise awareness on the South African socio-political context, cultures and by-laws among … Continue reading

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Africa Unite School Club Leadership Camp 2019

“Our emerging  leaders join us for a week of leadership training” On the 24th -27th of March, we hosted our annual Africa Unite School Club Leadership camp at the Rotary Youth Club Camp in Glencairin in Simon’s town. It is … Continue reading

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Inter-Varsity GBV Dialogue

Gender based violence is a phenomenon that is prevalent in today’s society and is deeply rooted in gender inequality which continues to be a serious violation of human rights. This concept can be best defined as violence perpetuated on a … Continue reading

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