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Legal Week partners with SCSA for the African Legal Awards

Legal Week partners with SCSA for the African Legal Awards

Save the Children South Africa (SCSA) has been selected as the charity partner for this year’s African Legal Awards. The awards, which are set out to recognise exceptional achievement from within Africa's legal community, are hosted by Legal Week, the Corporate Counsel Association of South Africa, and Corporate Counsel. 
 

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Prominent figures send Save the Children birthday messages

Prominent figures send Save the Children birthday messages

First Lady Dr Tshepo Motsepe and Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize have congratulated Save the Children on its 100-year birthday. They were speaking at the organization’s centenary celebrations hosted at the Kalafong Hospital in Atteridgeville.


 

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100 Breastfeeding mothers to donate breastmilk

100 Breastfeeding mothers to donate breastmilk

A 100 breastfeeding mothers are expected to donate breastmilk at the Kalafong hospital on Thursaday. The event will mark the start of this year’s World Breastfeeding Week and help Save the Children South Africa celebrate its 100-year birthday. 

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Thank you for helping us to take action for children – all year round!

Thank you for helping us to take action for children – all year round!

It seems that we say it every year: time flies! It’s hard to believe that it’s already April, signalling that the first quarter of 2019 is already coming to a close. But what’s far from over are the aims we have yet to accomplish for children.
 

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From the little (and big) people at the Sizo Centre – thank you!

From the little (and big) people at the Sizo Centre – thank you!

If you’re one of the amazing people who responded generously to our recent appeal for support for the Sizolopakathi Early Childhood Centre, thank you so much!
 

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100 Years of change for children

100 Years of change for children

Thanks to supporters like you, we’ve been doing whatever it takes for children in need for 100 years, reaching over one billion children! It all began in 1919, when our founder, Eglantyne Jebb, launched a pioneering campaign to save suffering children across war- torn Europe.

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