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Research report

Research report

Childline mourns the passing of our beloved patron, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, but we take comfort in his life of moral, political, personal and spiritual courage: our Arch was a spiritual warrior taking on the might of the apartheid forces; he was a source of hope

Tribute in Honour of our Late Patron

Tribute in Honour of our Late Patron

Childline mourns the passing of our beloved patron, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, but we take comfort in his life of moral, political, personal and spiritual courage: our Arch was a spiritual warrior taking on the might of the apartheid forces; he was a source of hope

COVID-19 Reports

COVID-19 Reports

To view our reports on the activities conducted during the #Covid19 #Lockdown, please click on the clinks below. Lockdown Level 3 - Childline Gauteng report (up to 28 February 2021) Lockdown Level 1 - Childline Gauteng report (up to 28 December 2020) Lockdown Level 1
Gauteng Crime Stats

Gauteng Crime Stats

SAPS Crime Statistics 2017 – 2018 – Gauteng Province Gauteng Crime Stats – Implications for Children of our Province & Childline Gauteng’s Long Term Strategy We note with great concern the 478 659 crimes reported in Gauteng (see graph hereunder), representing 28.7% of the 1

7 strategies to end violence against children

7 strategies to end violence against children

Image used from: https://www.cdc.gov/globalhealth/stories/end_violence_against_children.htm Seven strategies to end violence against children Childline Gauteng celebrates the New Dawn in South Africa, led by our president, Mr. Cyril Ramaphosa, and give thanks for his dedication and strategies beginning to rebuild our country. We look forward to an

25 years of democracy

25 years of democracy

25 YEARS OF DEMOCRACY – 8 MILLION CHILDLINE SERVICES Childline Gauteng is proud to have contributed to building stronger families and children through the delivery of approximately 8 million services in the democratic South Africa! We give thanks to our Creator for you, our members

African Humanism

African Humanism

Photograph:  Lynette Cawood – Director Childline Gauteng & Mme Lineo Rabotapi Childline Gauteng mourns the loss of our colleague and friend of over two decades, the late Mme Lineo Rabotapi, who taught us the meaning of African Humanism or Ubuntu, and we pen this article

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