Month: October 2018

By The Youth For The Youth

As Youth Month comes to an end young people commemorate the class of ‚Äė76 in an exclusively structured dialogue on pertinent issues that they face on a daily in their communities. Boys & Girls Clubs of South Africa, in partnership with Brand South Africa and the City of Johannesburg, will be hosting a uniquely youth panel discussion by the youth
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Creating Responsible Citizens

The City of Jo­han­nes­burg’s Mem­ber of the May­oral Com­mit­tee for Com­mu­nity De­vel­op­ment, Cllr Nonhlanhla Si­fumba, at­tended the GenZ Speaks Out panel dis­cus­sion. The event was or­gan­ised by the Boys & Girls Clubs of South Africa. The panel dis­cus­sion was tar­geted at young peo­ple un­der the age of 18 to dis­cuss some of the is­sues that af­fect them in their lives.
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More Boys And Girls Clubs To Be Opened

The City of Joburg‚Äôs pro-poor stance has resulted in it pouring resources into the Boys & Girls Clubs of South Africa (BGCSA), which is a registered non-profit organisation ‚ÄčThe BGCSA provides facility-based programmes for learners from grades R to 12 during non-school hours. It facilitates programmes every day after school, on weekends and during school holidays. BGCSA provides important daily
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Creating Better Futures For The Kids Of South Africa

The City of Joburg‚Äôs pro-poor stance has resulted in it pouring resources into the Boys & Girls Clubs of South Africa (BGCSA), which is a registered non-profit organisation. ‚ÄčThe BGCSA provides facility-based programmes for learners from grades R to 12 during non-school hours. It facilitates programmes every day after school, on weekends and during school holidays. BGCSA provides important daily
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Marimba Takes Boys & Girls Club To UK

Thirteen children from the Boys & Girls Club of South Africa (BGCSA) went on a Marimba tour in the United Kingdom (UK) with Education Africa last month and returned home with a world of knowledge and experience. The trip, sponsored by Education Africa, went on for a period of two weeks and entailed a range of activities which included teaching
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Keeping Learners Away From Drugs

The Boys and Girls Club of Protea Glen, Soweto, is keeping school kids off the streets by diverting their attention to education and wellness through an after-school programme. After-care facilities allow young people the chance to improve their academics and explore their talents through cultural activities and sports. Club Manager Emma Ramokgadi has said some of the programmes involve discussing
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