Lindokuhle looks back at Project Cape Town: experience from a local perspective During Volunteer Correct’s ‘Project Cape Town’, we were assisted by four South African volunteers. One of them is Lindokuhle. Recently, Lindo has started his year long Learnership Programme at the National Broadcast Institute in Johannesburg, Newtown. Looking back on Project Cape Town, he
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Project Cape Town’s Khayelitsha Screening On 18 March, three of our “Project Cape Town” participants decided to organize a second screening in Cape Town. Bibi, Luca en Lindokuhle found Hubspace enthusiastic and the Khayelitsha Screening became history. Read their story about this special event here. On the last day of “Project Cape Town”, Loza, one
Volunteering with children – where your help can harm Working with children is a very popular form of volunteering. African children are portrayed as vulnerable children who are in need of help from the West. Orphanages, schools and other projects involving children are often short of staff and are glad to work with Western volunteers.
Teaching and learning? Volunteering in education Working as a volunteer in the educational field is a very interesting job. And of course, when you speak a little bit of English, why not teach it at a school in a development country? But does it work? Is it worthwhile to work only two weeks as a
Some rough terrain is only covered in a four by four, and that is exactly how to best describe the team that has taken up the daunting task of capturing voluntourism in Cape Town in a time span of only 17 days. We’ve been researching, shooting and editing in only a matter of days, and
Lindokuhle Bikitsha Born in the Eastern Cape, Lindo currently lives in Khayelitsha, the most populous township of Cape Town. He finished his high school and went to University of the Western Cape to study bio-technology. Although he disappointed his parents by dropping out in his second year, he was convinced he should quit to follow