Badisa News

05Dec 2019

Geskryf deur: Danielle Bezuidenhout Om deesdae in die Noord-Kaap aan te kom is ‘n warrelwind van emosies. Jy sien pragtige landskappe, vreugdevolle mense en wit skapies amper orals. Dan sak jou hart effens. Jy besef die landskappe is kaal en moedeloos. Die skape kyk na jou met smekende, honger oë en die swaarkry van jou […]

04Dec 2019

Written by Alexander MacDonald On 4 October 2019- The prefects of the Gene Louw Primary School in Durbanville dusted off their artistic hats and held an esteemed Eisteddfod for senior members of House Ravenzicht, House De Kuilen and House Aristea. Creativity turned out to be the word of the day as the prefects did their […]

04Dec 2019

Malikhanye, ’n nuwe dagsorgsentrum in Pine Valley, Wolseley, is hierdie week onthul en dien as ‘n vennootskapsmodel vir gemeenskapsontwikkeling tussen die regering, die sakesektor en die burgerlike samelewing. Dit het alles begin as ‘n droom van Sophia Louw, nou ’n afgetrede maatskaplike werker wat alles in die stryd gewerp het om ’n bestaande, nederige dagsorgsentrum […]

03Dec 2019

SmartStart is a programme of Little Seeds (a Joint inniative of Diaconia and Badisa) which aims to expand young children’s access to early learning opportunities. On Saturday 23rd November 2019, SmartStart had its annual League of Stars Award Ceremony in Johannesburg.  More than 1200 franchisees attended the event where dignitaries like the First Lady of […]

03Dec 2019

Nioma Venter (PSD: Diaconia) skryf soos volg op haar Facebookblad op 7 November, en deel die plasing van Badisa nadat hulle die toekenning ontvang het vir die mees waardevolle nie-regeringsorganisasie in die Tygerberg omgewing: Barmhartigheidswerk is nie iets wat aan die groot klok gehang word nie, maar tog is dit ‘n storie wat vertel moet […]

07Nov 2019

During 2018 an online and mobile market research agency Columinate, conducted a survey among 1 000 urban South Africans. The survey shows that 30% of women and 18% of men experience sexual harassment in the workplace. Moreover, 51% of work environments do not have a clear sexual harassment policy. What is sexual harassment? These are unwelcome […]

07Nov 2019

– Deur Rouxanne Opperman Abraham Maslow was ‘n Amerikaanse sielkundige wat bekend is vir die Maslow se hiërargie van behoeftes. Hierdie teorie van psigologiese gesondheid is gebaseer op die vervulling van aangebore menslike behoeftes. Maslow se navorsing bewys dat wanneer kinders veilig voel, kan hulle verhoudings bou, selfvertroue kry en hul potensiaal bereik. Volgens die […]

07Nov 2019

BADISA’S NEXT GENERATION FLASH MOB- 5 December 2019 By: Alexander MacDonald Badisa drew their battle lines and decided to gear up, voice up and rise up through the art of flash movement. The 16 Days of Activism campaign emerged at the inaugural Women’s Global Leadership Institute. Initially, this initiative was created by activists in 1991 […]

28Oct 2019

Welsynsorganisasie Badisa in samewerking met Diaconia en Innovation for the Blind gaan in November saamspan om ’n projek te loods om fondse in te samel vir die Noord-Kaap Omgeefonds. Die “Koffie is Omgee”-projek beoog om finansiële hulp te verskaf aan verskeie Badisa programme wat dienste lewer aan bejaardes en persone met gestremdhede in die provinsie. […]

02Oct 2019

A few weeks ago Badisa Trio was asked to assess a 6-year-old boy. A family member was concerned that he has been sexually molested by his father. The mother and father were shocked about the allegations and offered their full cooperation to resolve the matter. Benjamin* has non-verbal autism, and thus needed a specialised forensic […]