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Tamea Mashele

Submitted by Webmaster on Tue, 03/16/2021 - 07:37

My name is Ntshuxeko (but my friends call me Tamea), and I am 20yrs old. I started with
KTD96 in 2010. Before I joined KTD196 I was very ignorant about life and didn’t care
about most things, I didn’t care about basic issues such as water shortage, load shedding,
littering, climate change, deforestation, and the impact that all has on people. I didn’t
know that the provision of safe water was a human rights issue and that we need to hold
duty bearers accountable to meet these basic needs.

Annual report 2017/2018 | 2019

Dear Friends and partners of Keep The Dream196,
 What an AMAZING year we have had. What an incredible 10years we have had serving the   children, families and communities of Limpopo and Acornhoek. What an extraordinary journey it has been from such humble beginnings, please allow me to reminisce during this report so that you can agree with me, it certainly has been an amazing journey.  


Submitted by Webmaster on Tue, 04/23/2019 - 11:22

 My name Emmanuel, I am 19yrs of age and I started Scout in Bodwe in 2014 but I never joined, I thought it was stupid. In 2015 I ran away from home and basically school and went to the streets. I came back in to Bodwe as a Gangster. As a Gangster I was attacking people, robbing them, and threatening them with knives and a gun. I did this for two years.


Submitted by Webmaster on Tue, 04/23/2019 - 11:14

My name is Casius, I am 17yrs old soon. I started Scouts at Bodwe Village in 2016.

Before I joined the program I was very bullied by a lot by my friends, I was not naughty but I was bullied a lot.

Scouts has changed my life, it taught me how do things in the right way, how to live with other children. It taught me how to respect others; it taught me how to be clean and to look after myself.

Harry Malatji

Submitted by Webmaster on Thu, 11/15/2018 - 08:11

Before I joined KTD196 I lived with my mum, my aunt, my granny and my siblings. I was a very naughty boy and was always disobedient and jumping out of home to go to the streets with my friends. We would always go to the shabeens and drink the beer left in the bottles behind the taverns, also pick up stompies of cigarettes and smoke them. We would come home early in the morning or in the middle of the night then go to school and fall asleep.