Too many street children resort to sniffing glue to help them to forget about the pain, cold and even abuse they have to suffer. We explore their world in an article featured in Servamus: May 2021.
The reality about the persistent demand for babies due to people who cannot have their own, has resulted in a market for “human fertility”. We explore this shocking reality in the May 2021 issue of Servamus.
Perfect parents do not exist, but parents can be guided in doing their best to help their children to grow up to become responsible and law-abiding citizens. In the May 2021 issue of Servamus we provide our readers with a parenting guide.
Die Bejaardesorgfonds vir afgetrede polisielede het op 5 Maart 2021 ‘n groot geskenk van die Klub79+1 groep in die vorm van ongeveer 600 gebreide blokkies en klaargemaakte komberse ontvang. Tannie Marie du Preez het haar familie en vriende opgekomman-deer om hul vrye tyd te gebruik om blokkies te brei. Hierdie blokkies kan nou omskep word in komberse van liefde vir bejaardes wat ‘n bietjie ekstra “TLC” (tender loving care) nodig het. Die blokkies en komberse kom van sover as die Kaap, Potchefstroom en Benoni af.
After being side-lined for the past 11 months due to COVID-19, Captain Khumalo is returning to active duty. Captain Khumalo has returned to child-care centres and schools across Cape Town from 17 February 2021, to resume his mission of educating children on safety issues. This was after he has been side-lined from all school lessons and attendance of community events due to social distancing restrictions.