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Social development

Police help charities

TWO organisations that benefited from the JMPD 2nd Annual Chief's Charity Golf Day, an annual fundraiser, were delighted with the donations, handed over at the JMPD headquarters.
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A meal and a helping hand

THE African Children Feeding Scheme is more than a soup kitchen. It also helps get families back on their feet.
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Migrants learn of their rights

IMMIGRANTS and refugees also have rights that must be respected. These rights, and recourse to the law, were discussed at a meeting in Yeoville.
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Donation for Aids ministry

NUTRITIONAL supplements, toys and a piano were donated by the Tiens Group to Ikageng Itireleng Aids Ministry, the sixth time it has assisted the organisation.
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Orange Farm gets green doors

PLACES of safety for victims of domestic violence and other abuse – green doors – will be opening in Orange Farm. There are already 34 sites across the province.
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NGOs must reapply for funding

CHANGES are being made to the City’s Social Funding Policy, meaning NGOs that have applied for help need to reapply at the end of June.
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City boosts support for NGOs

TIMES are tough, particularly for non-governmental organisations, which has prompted the City to look for more ways to help out.
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Helping those who help others

THE City helps non-governmental organisations that assist Joburg’s needy, with a package of subsidies, such as office space.
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City brings holiday cheer

A group of young orphans in Kibler Park are treated to an early Christmas as the City holds a party.
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Elderly get Christmas lunch

THE City invited hundreds of pensioners to its annual Mayoral Christmas Lunch. They had a great time and each received a gift.
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Green doors bring hope

VICTIMS of domestic violence and sexual abuse in the inner city can seek help at the green doors, which open to safe houses. There are now 10 in Hillbrow.
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Turkish donation helps needy

MEAT parcels were given to disadvantaged families in Diepsloot by a group of Turkish business people during a religious festival of sacrifice.
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Fire victims get some help

FOOD parcels have been handed to victims of the Zandspruit shack fire, and the City has promised to help with temporary accommodation.
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Social services gets smart

CELLPHONES and email will be co-opted in the City’s drive to get help to its poor citizens, with SMS technology one of the new elements in the Siyasizana Expanded Social Package.
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Food parcels for fire victims

VICTIMS of a fire in Diepsloot were given much-needed help in the form of food parcels. The City’s largesse extended to unemployed people in the area.
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New life for old age home

THE Anne Burger Old Age Home has a new coat of paint, among other refurbishments. The City is improving its homes under the 90-day Accelerated Service Delivery plan.
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Relief for pensioners

THE level of income pensioners may earn and still receive a rebate on property rates has been raised, in an effort to ease their financial burden.
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City has plans for the poor

THERE are various projects and programmes run by the City to alleviate the poverty and inequality that is still found in the country’s most developed city.
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MaJacky cares for Diepsloot kids

IN extension five, an RDP home has been extended. Here, dozens of abandoned babies and street children have a place to call home.
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Do your bit on Mandela Day

CHEESEKIDS has teamed up with the Nelson Mandela Foundation and Old Mutual to offer a host of activities for youth on Nelson Mandela Day.
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