Who are we?
Great People of South Africa is a women-led non profit organisation, that
operates as a Paralegal Advice Centre, advocating for gender equality, women
and girl's rights, the rights of the LGBTQI+ community and people living with disabilities.
We are focused on issues such as gender based violence, access to the Justice
system, sexual and economic violence and sexual and reproductive health rights
The organization was started by Zintle Khobeni who is a human rights activist. With over 5 years experience in the nonprofit sector, she mobilized other activists and law students mainly women and the LGBTQI+ from various backgrounds to join her , with the sole intention of using the Constitution and their basic legal knowledge to establish a nonprofit organization that would function as a Paralegal advice center that offers free basic legal advice and advocates against human rights violations towards vulnerable people and those living in indigent communities
Services We Offer
Impulse is a group of Dynamic, progressive and sex-positive unicorns promoting healthier lifestyle choices in the LGBTQI+ community. Impulse is dedicated to promoting healthier sexual lifestyles among gay men in 18 cities around the world. With support from the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, this group of volunteers works to create campaigns, events, and online content to reach a new generation of gay men who live in a modern and rapidly evolving world
Silent Rights is a platform for women to say enough. It needs to stop. We need change.
We’re about bringing women from all walks of life together, to support each other, to help each other, to stand together united in the fight against Women Abuse.
We are creating awareness.
We are offering help for victims. We are giving each other support. We are educating Women about Abuse.
Mpilo Publishing (Pty) Ltd is a women owned South African
publishing company whose aim is to publish books that bring about positive
change in people’s lives, not only in perspective but in also bringing
practical solutions for people to actively make a change they want to see in
their lives. This is done in a form of bringing up and addressing topics from
real stories. Examples of topics include: self-love issues, trauma of abuse,
suicidal thoughts, absent parents and consequences thereof, lack of love and
Girls Empowerment and Boys Transformation is a campaign focused on combating gender-based violence. We advocate for institutional and policy change, i.e. for effective laws, policies and institutions that prevent violence against women and support victims of gender-based violence. We establish programs such as Buy a Pad Drive to restore a women's dignity and also educate them about GBV. We work to develop economic and business opportunities for women, work with wider communities, including men and influential community institutions to begin wider conversations to shift norms and gender stereotypes that contribute to an environment that condones violence against women and children.
Fight Back SA is a trademarked, non-profit programme seeking
to provide and teach young women, in under-privileged and crime-ridden areas
how to defend themselves in any given situation of danger, through the means of
a specifically tailored self defense programme based on the principles of Krav
The project hopes to teach young women how to defend, disarm and
immobilize an attacker so that she may have the skills to take control of a
potentially dangerous situation. Their goal is to provide South African women
with the skills they need to defend themselves – with the ultimate dream of
lowering our rape statistics, while hopefully preventing future cases of the
physical assault of young women in SA.
Azania is in the business of serving communities through challenging and empowering young people to challenge the current status quo and be actively involved in the development of themselves and their communities...
This is done through a number of programs which include the Boys n Girls Empowerment clubs, Science kids, and Youth Camps or excursions.