The holidays are a fantastic time of year to be with those you love. In the American northeast, the region I call home, the warmth of family, leisure, and reconnecting with old friends always presented a nice respite from the increasingly cold and shortening days. It’s a time of thanks and reflection during which I.
I sat down with Kunene this morning for the final interview of my blog series. Kunene is the groundskeeper at the CTC Ten Safe-Hub. Over the course of the year, we’ve had conversations in passing about his life. I decided to end this series with him because I thought it would be a great opportunity.
I sat down with Fanelwa Zayi this afternoon to continue my interview blog series on public health. Fanelwa recently graduated from the AMANDLA PlayMaker Program and is now a Program Officer at the CTC Ten Safe-Hub. What was your experience like growing up in Khayelitsha? I had a great experience growing up in Khayelitsha because.
Public Health, Khayelitsha, and the CTC Ten Safe-Hub: An Interview with Siphokazi ‘Afro’ Ndlangalavu22 December 2015 · Matt Stewart · AMANDLA, CTC Ten Safe-Hub, Khayelitsha, Public Health, Staff, Women · 0 Comments
I recently sat down with Siphokazi ‘Afro’ Ndlangalavu for the third installment of my blog series on public health. Afro is a Fair Play Football Programme Officer at the CTC Ten Safe-Hub. What’s it like being a mother in Khayelitsha? You have to be protective of your children because there are so many things happening.
I recently sat down with Yanga Gcilishe for the second installment of my blog series on public health. The Safe-Hub’s Fair Play Football Manager was born, bred, and currently resides in Gugulethu, a black township between Khayelitsha and Cape Town. I was excited to chat with Yanga for this blog because of the fascinating conversations.