Nutrition programme has come to a halt

Afrozania: with COVID-19 (Corona virus) in our shores, the nutrition programme has come to a halt, leaving many destitute families and children not knowing where the next meal would come from. In response to this, Inkwenkwezi Youth Development has launched a series of...

Game Changers plot against COVID-19 in South Africa

This year's International Day of Sport for Development and Peace has seen Game Changers delving deeper into new, innovative ways to reach out to young people during the COVID-19 pandemic. Inkwenkwezi Youth Development, while...

Incorporating gender to produce future ready youth

Inkwenkwezi Youth Development on International Women's Day: Programming with no regard to gender issues would not yield positive results. On 8 March 2020, Inkwenkwezi Youth Development organised inter primary schools sporting activities at Mpeko primary school in...

IYDSF celebrates International Women’s Day

We threw our challenges behind into oblivion and focused our energies into the future – a long walk to rural women emancipation.

Youth Day – Game Changer Championships

The Game Changer Championship games are held annually during Youth Month in South Africa, which this year is in June. The Championship games level rural playing fields, track progress in netball development, and share best practice. The event is sponsored by National...

A heart of Gold – A skills development success

Sisanda left school after failing to pass Grade 12. Leaving school with only a Grade 9 certificate does not usually result in promising future employment prospects

Mandela Day 2018

On 18 July 2018, IYDSF in partnership with Mpekweni beach resort, celebrated Mandela Day, by celebrating the elders of the community.

International Youth Day

International Youth Day is observed globally on 12 August every year. In line with this year’s theme, Inkwenkwezi Youth marked this day by donating soccer and netball kits and sneakers to rural communities in need, in and around Peddie.

Kicking the habit, Changing the game

At 15 years old, Simphiwe had dropped out of school and was abusing dagga (marijuana) and alcohol.

Global Youth Service Day

On 20th April 2018, 90 IYDSF Game Changers came together to give back to their community.

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