In continued commitment to building safer, shared and confident communities, Safer South Africa Foundation has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (“MoU”) with Tears Foundation and the South African Human Rights Commission in order to foster collaboration in community and school education programmes around safety, human rights and gender-based violence issues.Find out more
Safer South Africa Foundation signs MoU to empower local communities
Empowering Rural Communities in the Fight Against Crime.
“Children are citizens too! We need to engage and empower them on safety and security matters,” said Safer South Africa Foundation’s CEO, Gen Riah Phiyega, speaking at a Certificate Award Ceremony on 20 July 2018, at BK Matlala Commercial High School, Matlala-a-Thaba area, Limpopo.Find out more
Young Women Lead!
Strengthening Community Engagement: Gen Riah Phiyega, Safer South Africa Foundation’s CEO, visited Atteridgeville Community Hall, Pretoria, in support of the work that is done by Phetogo Educational Foundation to help uplift young women in the Tswane Metro.
The event, organised by young women, invited civil-based organisations; the inter-faith community; schools learners; local government officials on 31 August 2018 to engage on issues around women safety, education, health, finance and personal development.Find out more
Committed to the Pledge
Community Safety Through Collaboration
The leadership and teams from Safer South Africa Foundation, the Gauteng Department of Education and Tears Foundation took a Pledge, making a firm commitment to implementing meaningful initiatives towards building safer and empowered communities.Find out more