Workshops

For almost two decades, we have facilitated in-person workshops, trainings, motivational talks and conferences to over 250 000 people across South Africa and further abroad. More recently, we have added virtual events, conferences, webinars and virtual trainings to our stable. All of these serve to empower attendees to roll out various Heartlines projects. 

We facilitate a range of workshops and trainings, largely based on our various projects. Our projects include:

  • Values & Money training: for schools, workplaces, churches and faith-based groups
  • What’s Your Story? workshops: Personal storytelling and story-sharing workshops for churches, leadership groups, teams, youth groups, workplace teams and families – Find out more [link to below]
  • Heartlines values training: promoting our first project, 8 Films, 8 Values and positive values in municipalities, workplaces, schools and faith groups
  • Fathers Matter workshops and talks

In addition, we also facilitate other topics relating to values promotion. These include: 

  • Values promotion in schools, youth groups, workplaces, correctional services and faith groups.
  • Mentorship and youth-related workshops promoting positive values
  • Diversity, inclusivity and social cohesion in the workplace. Find out more.

A diverse team of facilitators

Our team of facilitators represent a diversity of backgrounds and cultural experiences. They also have a wealth of knowledge in youth facilitation, organisational and corporate trainings, and facilitating workshops for churches and faith groups. We believe in sharing authentically from our own lived experiences and our facilitators are able to relate to teams and groups of any age, race, language and context.


"The Heartlines facilitators and trainers did a sterling job. All our leaders trusted them because they had the right attitude. And they were from all different races, cultures, some were from the diaspora, men and women, young and old. They were excellent!”
Johannesburg South Ministers’ Fraternal

Meet our facilitators

Nevelia Moloi
Editorial & Digital Content Director

Nevelia is a savvy and highly-skilled media and communications specialist. She has a background in anthropology and magazine publishing and heads up the Heartlines media and communications team. 

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Nevelia Moloi

Editorial & Digital Content Director

Nevelia is a savvy and highly-skilled media and communications specialist. She has a background in anthropology and magazine publishing and heads up the Heartlines media and communications team. 

One value she believes the world needs most: Love
"Love, in its truest form, as that will cancel out so many other social ills, such as envy, greed, selfishness, hatred, etc."

Zamabongo Mojalefa
Consumer Finance Education Project Manager

Honesty – it underpins all values important for a cohesive society. If we were honest, firstly with ourselves, imagine what a free life we would all live.

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Zamabongo Mojalefa

Consumer Finance Education Project Manager

One value she believes the world needs most: Honesty. 
"It underpins all values important for a cohesive society. If we were honest, firstly with ourselves, imagine what a free life we would all live. If one cannot be honest with oneself, how can one be honest with others?"

Find out more about our Values & Money project here. 

Olefile Masangane
Programmes Manager

Future-mindedness, as we all caught up in immediacy

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Olefile Masangane

Programmes Manager

One value he believes the world needs most: Future-mindedness.
"Future-mindedness, as we all caught up in immediacy."

Fana Ndhlovu
Church Mobilisation Assistant Facilitator

Responsibility: Every individual should learn to take responsibility for their actions and not shift the blame onto others.

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Fana Ndhlovu

Church Mobilisation Assistant Facilitator

One value he believes the world needs most:Responsibility.
"Every individual should learn to take responsibility for their actions and not shift the blame onto others. Always tackle every situation in a responsible manner."

Fana Mahlangu
Consumer Finance Education Community Administrator & Programme Facilitator

The core value I believe in is Determination. We can always do better, as long as we always remain determined.

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Fana Mahlangu

Consumer Finance Education Community Administrator & Programme Facilitator

One value he believes the world needs most: Determination.
"The core value I believe in is determination. We can always do better, as long as we always remain determined."

Find out more about our Values & Money project here.

Brian Helsby
Senior programmes manager

Integrity. A lack of integrity destroys relationships, and deprives people of wealth, education, jobs and security.

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Brian Helsby

Senior programmes manager

One value he believes the world needs most: Integrity 
"A lack of integrity destroys relationships and deprives people of wealth, education, jobs and security. When integrity is restored, business and government will succeed – relationships will be restored; people will be at peace with themselves."

Find out more about What's Your Story? here. 

Lerato Jaxa
Consumer Finance Education Provincial Community Lead

The most important value that one should live by is Honesty. I believe that honesty is key to freedom.

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Lerato Jaxa

Consumer Finance Education Provincial Community Lead

One value she believes the world needs most: Honesty.
"The most important value that one should live by is honesty. I believe that honesty is key to freedom"

Find out more about our Values & Money project here.

Jeff Cele
Consumer Finance Education Head Facilitator & Provincial Community Lead

Compassion motivates people to go out of their way to help the physical, mental, or emotional pains of another and themselves.

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Jeff Cele

Consumer Finance Education Head Facilitator & Provincial Community Lead

Values he believes the world needs most: Compassion and determination. 
"Compassion motivates people to go out of their way to help the physical, mental, or emotional pains of another and themselves.

Determination is a positive emotional feeling that involves persevering towards a difficult goal in spite of obstacles. Determination occurs prior to goal attainment and serves to motivate behavior that will help achieve one’s goal."

Find out more about our Values & Money project here.

Tshepo Sitole
Consumer Finance Education Programme Facilitator

It takes discipline and sacrifice to impact generations, and self – control is the perfect value to re-imagine the outcome of my future and those coming after me.

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Tshepo Sitole

Consumer Finance Education Programme Facilitator

One value he believes the world needs most: Self-control.
"It takes discipline and sacrifice to impact generations, and self-control is the perfect value to re-imagine the outcome of my future and those coming after me."

Find out more about our Values & Money project here.

What’s Your Story? workshops and Bridge leadership training

We conduct a number of trainings to equip you in personal storytelling, using the framework of “Ask. Listen. Tell.” These trainings can be used in various contexts, such as in churches or bible study groups, small groups, youth groups, schools, faith-based groups, campuses or workplaces. They include docu-style DVD stories of inspiring individuals. Email us to book at WYS training workshop

We also have resources to start conversations around Beyond the River, as an inroad to personal storytelling.

The Bridge leadership engagement is a two-day, offsite initiative that uses personal storytelling and dialogue as tools to build bridges between key leaders of a system or sector. Once these leaders have gotten to know each other’s stories, they can work together to solve critical issues within their system or industry. Email us to book a session for your leadership team.

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