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AFI Fashion Week Interview

Maka chatted with Sihle Majolo from African Fashion International about the the annual AFI Fashion Week happening from 12 to 14 March at the CTICC

Warrior Woman: Delene Roberts

Maka (standing in for Leigh-Anne Williams) chats to Delene Roberts of Sisters Incorporated about that they offer as well as their book: Survivors.

The book records the growth of Sisters Incorporated through the apartheid years to the coming of democracy to South Africa in 1994, and from whence Sisters Incorporated flowered into an organisation open to all women, regardless of colour, creed, race or economic circumstances.

Sisters Incorporated aims to help every woman, teenager and child in crisis heal physically, emotionally and spiritually.

Disability 360: Woodside Special Care Centre

Maka speaks to the General Manager of Woodside Specials Care Centre

Woodside Special Care Centre is a residential home caring for 80 profoundly intellectually and physically disabled residents and is situated in Rondebosch East. Since its inception in 1976 Woodside has worked diligently towards building a home of safety and security for its residents, all of whom require specialised care and who are unable to remain within their family units.

Disability 360: Buckets of Hope

Wilfred Diedricks CEO of Cape Town Association for the physically Disabled about the Buckets of Hope.

They are appealing for donations of non-perishable food items or cash to fill a bucket. A single bucket costs R150. They aim to distribute between 200-300 buckets to their most vulnerable clients who mostly come from disadvantaged areas.

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