The Nelson Mandela Community Youth Centre’s project to help the poor and destitute during the COVID-19 lockdown has been evolving to meet people’s needs. The Coronavirus Action Committee (COVAC) has distributed over 3, 500 food hampers in the last five weeks. With the hamper campaign coming to an end, the dedicated volunteers have vowed to
The Coronavirus Action Committee (Covac) has made an urgent appeal for teachers to join their online learning initiative while they wait for approval of their temporary radio licence. The committee has embarked on a huge campaign to keep learning alive in Chatsworth, Welbedacht and surrounding areas by temporarily joining forces with a local radio station.
The Coronavirus Action Committee (COVAC) plans to further implement government’s programme of action by creating educational posters for public places and the distribution of hand sanitisers to poorer communities. Despite the Nelson Mandela Youth and Community Centre’s closure amid the rising fears of the worldwide coronavirus pandemic, a group of community activists joined forces at
Despite the 21-day lockdown announced by the president last week, the streets of Chatsworth were lined with shoppers in the vicinity of major shopping centres and malls. The Coronavirus Action Committee (COVAC), formed by volunteers from the Nelson Mandela Youth and Community Centre and community activists amid the pandemic, has further implemented government’s programme of
COVAC on a mission to save 2020 school year Anxiously anticipating news on how government will phase out a plan to reintroduce formal learning incorporating the school curriculum while observing the stay-at-home directive, parents and pupils can breathe a sigh of relief as COVAC will spearhead various programmes in an effort to ‘prevent a total