South Africa's home of Heritage, Culture, Pride and Values. Our Organisation advocates for moral regeneration targeting the youth by using identity focused programmes as a tool for addressing social ills and bringing about behavioural change. The programme was formulated by Dr Nomcebo Mthembu, a medical doctor, as a direct response to various social ills faced by young people on a day to day basis including crime, lack of respect, lack of bankable skills to allow people entrance to sustainable jobs, HIV and AIDS prevalence among young people and the impact thereof on their lives, drug and alcohol abuse, unemployment and teen pregnancies.
Dr Nomcebo Mthembu
Founder and Chairperson of Indoni SA
Indoni Skills Development Schools are attended by young people between the ages of 12-25 years throughout South Africa during public school holidays. We have 12 culture camps in 9 provinces.
Over 2,500 direct and indirect job opportunities have been created in production, leadership, arts, facilitation, skills development, manufacture of costumes and gowns and other related fields.
The most influencial and prestigious indigenous event in South Africa. We don't only focus on beauty and fashion alone but also give attention to social ills that are threatning to destroy our communities and households.
We create a platform to showcase outstanding talents of African art and craft. This is an annual event for informal and formal small businesses from all 9 province.
Our fight against the abuse of Women and Children is not passive or reactionary to social media trending stories, as our Programmes are committed to empowering women in all walks of life.
Tel: 031 765 6318
Fax: 086 591 9000
Address: 20 Old Main Road,
B7 Heritage House, Hillcrest
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