Founded in Empangeni by Norman Midwood in 1987, the organisation expanded its basket of services dramatically, reaching all sectors of the community as well as initiating numerous sustainability projects and activities.
The LifeLine South Africa Team took part in the FNB Jo’Burg City Run on the 24th September 2018. LifeLine South Africa is also celebrating their 50th Anniversary. T-shirts worn by the team displayed messages on HIV and AIDS and Stop Gender Violence. LifeLine South Africa’s 50th Anniversary special logo was displayed on the front [...]
#BlackThursdays #LifeLineWestrandThursdaysinBlack The ‘Thursdays in Black Campaign’ has been influenced by the Mothers of the Disappeared in the 1950’s, where family members wore black sashes to remember their loved ones who were victims of rape and violence. The ‘Thursdays in Black Campaign’ will focus on empowering victims and encouraging perpetrators to seek help and [...]
LifeLine South Africa went to Limpopo last week to a campaign which was staged at Tshamahantsi Village, Waterberg District - Mogalakwena Municipality. The Event took place on 15th March 2018 The campaign was to sensatize learners with regard to Substance abuse, Teenage pregnancy, HIV and AIDS and The importance of Nutrition. About 28 leaners [...]
LifeLine South Africa has taken a conscious stand to join and be part of the Thursday in Black National and International campaign towards a world without Rape and violence. Our toll-free Stop Gender Violence Helpline (0800 150 150) plays a key role in addressing the issue of Gender Based Violence by reaching out to approximately [...]
Every year in August South Africa celebrate the woman’s month . Individuals, different organizations , government , public and private sector come together to do awareness and talk about woman and children abuse . Even though is it celebrated and awareness campaign held , woman , children , older people and people with disability are [...]