In light of Heritage Day, Heartlines regional representative Craig
Bouchier reflects on his own identity journey and the work being done to
unite different communities after the recent unrest and violence in
some parts of South Africa.
Relationship and family therapist Merrishia Singh-Naicker shares her thoughts on how we can enter into the new season of Spring with renewed hope, even as we honestly face the reality of increasing violence against women and girls.
Heartlines, together with its partners, aims to raise at least R10 million to provide once-off grants to micro-businesses damaged by looting, and connect them, where possible, to other sources of support.
[Stories of Hope] Seth reflects on the difficulties of the recent unrest and destruction and shares how listening deeply to people and acknowledging their pain can help us rebuild in a more equitable, just way.
[Stories of Hope] Thabiso was born and raised in Alexandra and is passionate about its people and communities. He shares his story and photos of being part of a clean-up initiative in the wake of the riots and looting.
The Exclusive Books launch was hosted by seasoned journalist and media personality Paula Fray and the conversation touched on a number of fascinating and noteworthy topics such as vulnerability, mental health and, of course, storytelling.
Heartlines CEO Dr Garth Japhet has released his debut book, which weaves together stories from his life and tales from other notable South Africans, including Lillian Dube, Zapiro and Gcina Mhlophe, to show the power that stories have in our lives.
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