What an amazing time spent teaching and learning from one another at our 3-day Sinoxolo workshop! Special thank you to The Warehouse for developing this incredible course and the 20 leaders from 8 local churches who will carry this forward to their communities to help others heal from trauma
We had an amazing day with our partner Church leaders from Melitha Baptist Church, Lamontville together mapping the journey ahead to become a truly empowered church and transformed community.
A fun-filled week at the Kid's Holiday Club in Enhlanhleni, KwaDabeka co-hosted by CAST and our partner, KwaDabeka Baptist Church. Almost 100 children have attended each day and are guided by Psalm 23 as the theme of the event.
Working Towards For FREEDOM And EQUALITY For All Thanks to the support of our generous donors and volunteers, we have been able to assist the following communities with flood relief so far: Westville, KwaDabeka, Reservoir Hills, Clermont, Mariannridge, Mariannhill, Dassenhoek, Pinetown, Molweni, Nazareth, Lamontville, Chesterville, Cato Manor, Chatsworth, Shallcross, Savannah Park, Phoenix, Edamini, Shongweni, Inanda, Wyebank and Umbilo. Get involved and contact us via email@example.com or find our donation details at cast.org.za.
Amazing progress by our Grow Eat Thrive (GET) programme farmers in Noodsberg who started their own vegetable gardens at home Special thanks to Rod and Enock from Deep Rural NGO for your incredible guidance.
We are excited to share that our project to help the Nzimande family is complete! 42-year-old Prudence Nokuthula Nzimande lives in the previously disadvantaged township of KwaDabeka, near Pinetown in Durban, South Africa. She shares her home with her family of 10 made up of 5 school-going children and 5 adults who lost their jobs due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Sadly, their mother also passed away who had been supporting the family. The national lockdown has further prevented [...]
This is TRANSFORMATION - our Grow Eat Thrive (GET) farming programme getting off the ground in the rural communities of Noodsberg and Chibini in KZN.
2020 was undoubtedly one of the most difficult and challenging years for CAST, our church partners, communities and country. Just 2 years ago, CAST celebrated 10 years of serving the communities. This celebration was themed Isipho Sembewu, meaning “the gift of the seed” in isiZulu. Throughout these 10 years, countless lives have been transformed through a renewed sense of hope for the future. It is by God’s grace that the mission of CAST lives on. On behalf of the [...]
The CAST Mandela Day Online iMbizo has been postponed to Saturday 25 July 2020, 13:00 - 14:07 (SAST GMT+2). We apologize for any inconvenience caused. Click this link to register: https://in-contact.org/accept/25/4231/r/ Zoom meeting log-in details: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88390393355?pwd=QUtXK2lTSE1TOWlxMTJzS2JBU1hTQT09 Meeting ID: 883 9039 3355 Password: Mandela Stay safe, and see you then! #movebeyondcharity #jointhemovement
During the month of December 2019, CAST was blessed with a total of 33 interns sponsored by ABSA Bank Ltd. in partnership with Catalyx Consulting as a host organization. Our duty was to implement the Youth Employment Service (YES) programme initiated by President Cyril Ramaphosa. This year-long internship aims to assist unemployed South Africans aged 18 – 28 years old in gaining full-time employment in their chosen fields. Below is the testimony of one of our interns, Siyabonga, [...]