30Nov 2021

16 Days of Activism Badisa supports a violence-free South Africa. Our services strive towards limiting the impact of violence against women and children. #16DaysOfActivism

22Oct 2021

The introduction of Badisa Child Protection Services: Risk Assessment and Management Manual was a highlight for the organisation. The previous Child Care Act of 1983 offered limited options to protect the rights of children. However, in 2010, when the Children’s Act (No. 38 of 2005) was promulgated, it offered a range of ways to deal […]

14Oct 2021

In the 2021 Annual Report, the Director Human Resources, Tia Alberts, wrote the following: “In the field of human resources, there is currently much talk about the impact and implications of Covid-19 on workplace practices and human resource management, and about the definition of the ‘new normal’, referring to whether people are working remotely or […]

14Oct 2021

As ‘n maatskaplikedienste-organisasie, ondersteun Badisa Maatskaplike Ontwikkelingsmaand wat die staat ingestel het om aandag op die welsyn van alle Suid-Afrikaners te vestig. Maatskaplike Ontwikkelingsmaand val ook saam met die Internasionale Dag vir Ouer Persone en Geestesgesondheidsmaand. Die kritieke uitdagings van ons land op die gebied van maatskaplike ontwikkeling is armoede, werkloosheid en ongelykheid. Om die […]

12Oct 2021

On a cloudy morning, just after 07:00, excited children’s voices were clearly heard: “It is time to go for a run! Everyone is welcome – from young to old!” Everyone wanted to go jogging together because the opportunity to go camping and then jog along the beach does not come along every day. Some of […]

30Sep 2021

On 1 October 2021 we will celebrate International Day of the Older Person which has been designated by the United Nations General Assembly to change the way we think about ageing. As for the rest of the world, this has serious implications for the planning of future social and health care services for the elderly […]