Vision Vlottenburg’s aftercare winter holiday programme culminated in a public performance of stories, poems and dance routines. The two-week initiative, which was hosted by Vlottenburg’s primary school, offered learners from Grade R to Grade 3 a range of fun-filled...read more
Amanda Strydom to perform at Amazink
Amanda Strydom, celebrated South African singer and actress, will perform at Amazink this Saturday. Strydom has produced a myriad albums during her career, including Briewe Uit die Suide and Kers Teen Die Donker. In 2012, she was honoured by the The South African Academy for Science and Art for her contribution to South African music.
The show starts at 20:00. A ticket costs R150, or R230 with a meal included.
Where: Amazink, Masitandane Street, Stellenbosch.
A group of international students from Stellenbosch University put on a holiday programme for Vision AfriKa students at the end of June to help them learn about other cultures. Just over 100 learners from the educational development NGO’s primary school and its high...read more
A group of Vision AfriKa learners visited the University of Stellenbosch’s campus radio station at the end of June to kick-start what is intended to be a long-term relationship between the two organisations. The Grade 9 students went along to the MFM_92.6 (Campus...read more
A group of Grade 2 learners visited Cape Town’s Two Oceans Aquarium in mid-June to learn more about the sea life they have been studying as part of Vision AfriKa educational programme. After taking a mini bus to the Aquarium, the Vision AfriKa Primary School students...read more
A visit by volunteers whose aim it is to promote the use of technology in education around the world has transformed the way the subject is taught in Vision Afrika’s Primary School. Team4Tech, an initiative created by blue-chip IT companies including Intel, Adobe and...read more
The VisionV Aftercare facility and Vlottenburg primary school got together at the start of May to hold a collaborative community fundraising morning. The event started with a five kilometre fun walk from BP Longlands petrol station to Bonfoi farm. Participants then...read more
An environmental organisation has visited Vision Afrika to encourage its learners to think about the conservation activities they can undertake in their everyday lives. The Wildlands Conservation Trust, which is based in KwaZulu Natal, provided 68 Grade 8 and 9...read more
Through a joint effort of Kayamandi based entrepreneurs, two cycling tours were recently hosted by Kayamandi Creative District (KCD) for international youth travellers, consisting of respectively 22 and 24 participants. KCD is a tourism focussed social enterprise...read more
Vision AfriKa’s one-week Easter school holiday programme was such a success that the learners even asked to come back for more. About 80 students participated in the programme, which started at 9am and finished at 2pm each day after lunch, during the first week in...read more
Vision Vlottenburg ended the school term in style by holding an Easter Hunt for its aftercare learners in a bid to teach them the true meaning of the Christian festival. The fun-packed event, which took place at the end of March, started when the students were divided...read more