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The NSRI - saving lives on South African waters

The National Sea Rescue Institute is on call 24/7 - manned by more than 1 350 volunteers at over 50 rescue bases, including satellite or auxiliary stations and inland dams, this hard-working non-profit will soon be hosting an open day across South Africa. Take a listen and find out how you can get onboard.

Muscular Dystropy in the spotlight for this week's Cares

Andrew Millar is a tireless volunteer at the MD Association of South Africa, and as someone affected by MD, he can speak about the organization from a unique perspective. Thank you for sharing your story with Algoa Country for this week's edition of Algoa Cares Andrew! September is Muscular Dystrophy Awareness Month.

Kaycee talks suicide prevention with SADAG

Vanishaa Gordhan , SADAG Operations Manager, joined Kaycee for this week’s edition of Algoa Cares ahead of World Suicide Prevention Day on the 10th of September. According to SADAG there are 23 suicides a day recorded in South Africa and 230 serious attempts.

ULWIMI LWENKOBE ME - IsiXhosa and skils development

The main focus of this NPO is on education and skills development, with a strong emphasis on the importance of IsiXhosa and how it can benefit the learning process. Founder Blessing Malawu joined Kaycee for this week's edition of Algoa Cares.

EziNgcanjini - talking gender based violence

An exciting program for change, EziNgcanjini means ‘at the roots’ in isiXhosa and is an apt description of how this program is addressing gender-based violence and femicide. Craig Ross, standing in for Kaycee Rossouw, was joined by Project Manager Thabang Queench for this week's edition of Algoa Cares.

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