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KwaZulu-Natal Africa Unite School Club excel’s at Annual Leadership camp.

On the weekend of the 2nd to 4th of August, Africa Unite hosted their Africa Unite School Leadership camp for the school club in KwaZulu-Natal. The camp took place at Vuleka Trust Centre in Hillcrest, Pine Town. During the weekend, … Continue reading

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Africa Unite and International Rivers open up a dialogue on the Inga Project in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

On the 3rd August 2019 Africa Unite and International Rivers held the Grand Inga Project Dialogue at 6 Spin Street, Cape Town. The dialogue focused on the Grand Inga Project – its origins, impacts on South Africa and the DRC, … Continue reading

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30 Seconds Tournament Fundraiser for the Africa Unite School Club.

Africa Unite relies heavily on donations to continue operating the School Club. Therefore, on the 2nd of August we hosted a 30-seconds tournament as a fundraiser at Seedspace on 8 Spin Street, Cape Town. Ultimately, during the fundraising 100% of … Continue reading

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Economic Justice Literacy: An eye opener for Africa Unite Peer Educators

An eye opener for Africa Unite Peer Educators On the 22nd and 23rd of June 2019, Africa Unite hosted a 2-day residential Economic Justice Literacy training at Umhlanga Durban Accommodation in Durban. The training was attended by 25 Youth Human … Continue reading

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Africa Unite Participates in the European Development Days 2019 in Brussels.

The 2019 edition of the European Development Days kicked off on the 18th – 19th of June 2019 at the Tour and Taxis venue in Brussels, Belgium under the title: Addressing inequalities: building a world which leaves no one behind. … Continue reading

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Addressing dire Water and Sanitation conditions in township with Weert Rotary Club Netherlands.

As part of our community conflict mediation (CCM) programme, that focuses on strengthening and capacitating grassroots communities to address their issues through, community dialogues, partnerships, collaboration and mobilization of community resources – Africa Unite was invited by the Weert Rotary … Continue reading

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Learners Unites against xenophobia at the Anti-Xenophobia School Summit 2019.

On the 15th of June 2019 Africa Unite hosted the Anti-Xenophobia School Summit, at the Tshisimani Centre for Activist Education in Mowbray, Cape Town. The following 8 Schools attended the summit; our 6 Africa Unite School Clubs; Dr Nelson Mandela … Continue reading

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