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Sawubona Article July 2012

The late pop diva Whitney Houston could have been singing about Keep the Dream 196 when she sang “I believe the children are our future, teach them
well and let them lead the way ...” in her hit “The Greatest Love of All”.Using the time-honoured Scouts movement as the catalyst, the Limpopo-based organisation is providing a holistic suite of support and life skills
training that is helping thousands of orphaned, poverty stricken and otherwise vulnerable children identify their strengths, overcome challenges and

SCOUTING ABOUT TZANEEN #8

I have some good news and I have some better new’s, the good news is we have now ex-panded into Thohoyandou.  
More good news is that we have joined with American Peace Corps in Thohoyandou
and some of those volunteers are already Eagle Scouts (the American equivalent to South African Springbok Scouts). read more

Scouting About Tzaneen #6

Hi All, how are you? I hope that life is treating you well and that God is blessing you out of your socks. This quarters newsletter has some interesting fea-

Scouting about Tzaneen #7

2012 is here and we are starting up again with another interest-ing and exciting year. Just to recap on 2011, congratulations to all those who passed year 12last year. Good luck to all the grade 12’s this year with exams, we are proud of you regardless as to the out come.  In 2012, over 200 First Aid In-terest Badges will have been earned. Well done. Climate Change Report for  2011: Congratulations to all thePacks and Troops who partici-pated in the annual challenge.

Keeping the Dream alive in Tzaneen

Keep the Dream 196, or KTD196, is a Tzaneen-based organisation helping make youngsters' dreams come true by providing support and care, particularly for orphans, caregivers and vulnerable children.

Keep the Dream works in areas where communities are under extreme pressure from unemployment, lack of healthcare, growing poverty and high rates of HIV/Aids infections.