CTW Volunteers 2013
Disabled people South Africa
Shortly: Ayanda Makaula is a 29-year-old with a BA degree in human resources and holds postgraduate qualifications in public relations, marketing, project management and broadcast management. She h...
The Tomorrow Trust
Shortly: I hold a BA (Hons) degree in ergonomics as well as a postgraduate diploma in occupational health and medicine and has gained extensive work experience in the fields of research, management...
Shortly: Aviwe Mzazi is a 26-year-old counsellor who holds a BA (Hons) in psychology and BA in social science. Aviwe completed her internship with LifeLine Port Elizabeth (LLPE), which is the organ...
Shortly: I’m a Johannesburg-based a wife and mother of two teenagers and have recently completed my PhD in Social Work. My paper, titled ‘the Needs of Children Orphaned by HIV/AIDS in M...
World Vision South Africa
Shortly: I’m a 45-year-old freelancer and development practitioner from Pietermaritzburg with postgraduate diplomas in both education and health promotion (psychology). I also have a diploma ...
Kliptown Youth Program
Shortly: I’m a 28-year-old chartered accountant. I’ve chosen the Kliptown Youth Programme as my NPO for the 2013 Vodacom Change the World initiative. I have been with the organisation f...
Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory
Shortly: Alta Brown (47) is an events and projects manager, who first stumbled upon charitable work through her interest in events and Harley Davidsons. Alta has chosen the Nelson Mandela Centre of...
APD Free State
Shortly: Jessica Vosloo (25), joined the Vodacom Change the World programme as a volunteer for APD Free State, hoping to raise public awareness of the issues around health and disability and explor...
Shortly: I’m a 27-year-old accountant from Gauteng. I have worked in the finance division of Vodacom for eight years. I have been a regular Vodacom staff volunteer and have taken part i...
Shortly: I am a registered trauma counsellor who holds a BA (Hons) in psychology. I’ve chosen Lifeline Ekurhuleni as my organisation for Vodacom Change the World. I’ve worked with the o...
Jes Foord Foundation
Shortly: Michelle Smith is a 26-year-old from KwaZulu-Natal. With the help of the 2013 Vodacom Change the World initiative, Michelle hopes to restore the lives of young girls after rape. She will b...
Jumping Kids Prosthetics Fund
Shortly: I’m a 33-year-old graduate of corporate communications. I majored in marketing and publications and completed my postgraduate studies in business administration at Wits Business Scho...
Etafeni Day Care Centre Trust
Shortly: I’m a 35-year-old from the Western Cape with a wealth of experience - ranging from facilities management to website design, event management and theatrical performance. As a Personal...
Bhekuzulu Self Sufficient Project (BSSP)
Shortly: I’m a 36-year-old programmes manager with a BA law degree, a diploma in local government and a certificate in community legal practice. My work experience includes coordinating proje...
LEAP Science and Maths School
Shortly: I am an accomplished journalist - having headed Oprah Magazine’s Features Department as Features Editor. I have chosen LEAP Science and Maths School as my Vodacom Change the World NP...
Shortly: Caitlin Longman is a 25-year-old speech therapist and audiologist from Gauteng. She believes that caring for the elderly is often an under-resourced area of need in South Africa and this i...
Women and Men Against Child Abuse
Shortly: I’m a 23-year-old who holds a BA in psychology. I’ve been a counsellor at the South African Depression Group as well as a junior counsellor at the Wits Community Clinic. The lo...
Singakwenza Education and Health
Shortly: I hail from KwaZulu Natal and have chosen Singakwenza Education and Health as my NPO for the 2013 Vodacom Change the World initiative. With my qualification in marketing management a...
Shortly: Baveena Nathoo is a 24-year-old who holds a Bachelor of business science (Hons) degree in marketing and a BComm (Hons) in financial analysis and portfolio management. She chose SHAWCO as t...
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Cindy Van Zyl
By: Cindy Van Zyl