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  • Absconding from rehab

    Recently one of the boys we have been working very closely with left a rehabilitation centre in Newcastle and returned to Durban. He was unable to overcome his craving for an addictive substance and he battled to follow the rules and procedures at the centre. …

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  • Practical Project

    Every year the 3rd year communication and media studies students at UKZN have to complete a practical project as part of their portfolio and this year, with the guidance of lecturer Marc Caldwell, students will be focusing on I Care. The class of 170 students …

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  • SMS your request and help those in need

    I Care has just discovered a brilliant SMS service that assists those who like to be in the know at all times. It’s a service where you can SMS any question to 38138 and not only will you receive the correct answer within minutes but …

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  • Last week the Durban Daily News published a follow up article to ‘giving money to beggars and/or vendors is breaking the law ‘by stating that upon investigation they had discovered that some mothers were drug mules. Although there is a new trend where fictitious children …

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  • Pre-Khuthaza

    Kyla Calder, Facilitator and Project Coordinator for English Language Facilitating Projects, AKA ELF projects has been mandated to draw up a pre-Khuthaza programme which will be implemented at the Reception Safe Space in November. This initiative will help ease the transition that children face as …

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  • Corporate Donations

    Virgin Active SA has very generously donated clothing (mainly shirts and tracksuit pants) to I Care.Kim Webster the Corporate Social Responsibility Manager, for Virgin Active SA, told our donor manager that the clothing was used for staff uniforms but they have since been withdrawn as …

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  • This weeks Special Assignment

    SABC3 09.30pm Tuesday 23 September * The sexual abuse of children, and their ‘double victimization’ by the criminal justice system intended to protect them; falls under the spotlight in this week’s Special Assignment. In the second of a two-part series on the recently amended Sexual …

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  • Motorists are being targeted

    A headline on the front page of a local Durban newspaper stated that “Drivers who pay beggars will risk prosecution” What is your initial reaction? Do you know that if you give money to beggars at intersections you are breaking traffic bylaws? The eThekwini Municipality …

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  • We are all excited about 2010, World Cup Soccer, and great preparation has gone into accommodation, venues, entertainment, etc. We have high hopes that this event will put our country on the map. However, there have been concerns that the organizers of the 2010 World …

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  • Making a difference this Christmas

    Christmas is just around the corner. How is your company making a difference this year? Jeffares & Green has sent out the following memo to all its stakeholders:“… In light of the dire poverty all around, you will not be receiving a corporate gift or …

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