We must look for ways to be an active force in our own lives. – Les Brown
A healthy society consists of individuals who are physically, emotionally, spiritually and socially healthy. Empowered, engaged and activated individuals are the parents who raise well-rounded, healthy children. They are the teachers who are motivated and equipped to battle great odds to educate the next generation. They are the entrepreneurs, the employers and the employees who provide for their families and grow our local economies. They are the change agents who drive sustainable, positive transformation in their towns and neighbourhoods.
Ranyaka partners with local service providers to help support people development through:
Life skills training
Showcasing career and training opportunities
Providing access to mentorship
Supporting people with disabilities
In the heart of Mamelodi, where the spirit of community thrives, NGOs play a vital role in making a positive impact. These organisations are unsung heroes, working tirelessly to uplift and empower the local community.The Mamelodi Expo for NGOs took place on 22...
Victims of sensitive crimes are often left feeling helpless, isolated and vulnerable. In many cases, the process of reporting these crimes to the authorities can exacerbate these feelings, especially in environments that are not conducive to comfort and...
In today's fast-paced, technology-driven world, computer literacy is becoming increasingly important. From basic computer skills like using a mouse and keyboard to more advanced skills such as programming, being technology-savvy can open up countless opportunities in...
Youth Day 2022 saw over 700 fun-loving community members from Mahube Valley, ext 1 in Mamelodi East (Tshwane) paint the town red, blue, green, yellow and more at a fun Colour Run hosted to raise awareness around mental health issues affecting young people.Energy...
The elderly are amongst the most vulnerable members of society. Sadly, physical neglect and psychological abuse of the aged is far more common than one realises. Addressing this issue, Yomelela Club, a senior citizens organisation in Zwide, hosted an Elderly Awareness...
Youth Day 2022 saw young and old gather for a jam-packed programme in Klapmuts in the Western Cape. Some 250 energetic community members ensured that adrenaline levels were at an all-time high with activities ranging from netball, soccer, a marathon, “boere sport”...