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Read the latest news from MOT South Africa below.

MOT SA first-ever Virtual Annual General Meeting (AGM)

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the prohibition of public gathering and social distancing, it was not possible for our stakeholders to attend this years’ AGM in person and was therefore held via Zoom with over 70 attendees including MOT SA Founders from Norway and MOT Enthusiasts from South Africa! The theme for our 11th AGM […]

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MOT SA COVID Care Campaign

MOT South Africa kicked off another MOT X-tra called the COVID Care Campaign the past week (13 – 17 July), in proud partnership with PPC Africa and JP21 Foundation, with ex-international cricket player, JP Duminy as the JP21 Foundation founder as well as a MOT SA Brand Ambassador. The MOT Xtra Campaign was created to […]

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Thank you to all our frontline workers!

We would like to thank our front-line workers for all your hard work during the COVID-19 pandemic. What are frontline workers? Frontline workers are employees who provide an essential service and who physically show up to their jobs. Frontline workers include Health care workers, grocery store employees, teachers, police, and security staff, public transport services, […]

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MOT SA Mandela Month Campaign

July is known as Mandela Month in South Africa to honour and celebrate the life of the former President of South Africa – Nelson Mandela. Each year on 18 July and throughout July, people all around the world play their roles as active citizens by spending 67 minutes or more by doing acts of kindness […]

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MOT Youth Blogger of the Month: Gloria Bocheletsana Nkgetheleng

Through her poem, Gloria speaks about the pain she felt and even though her pain was visible to others, no one supported her. She shares that she felt alone until she joined an NGO called Lovelife where she learned to speak out. Gloria started her journey with MOT in 2018, when she joined False Bay […]

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Farewell and Welcome to new MOT Board Members

MOT SA would like to thank Trish van der Merwe and Zozo Siyengo for all the incredible work you have done while serving on the Board. You have touched many lives while working in the background to make MOT SA into the organization it is today. Trish and Zozo have been with MOT SA since […]

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MOT SA Stands Against Gender-Based Violence

Gender-based violence is an issue faced by many all over the world and has since escalated due to the COVID-19 Lockdown. What is Gender-based Violence? Gender-based Violence (GBV) is violence against an individual based on his/her gender identity. Violence includes physical, emotional, sexual, psychological, economic, threats, bullying, and many more, which can happen in public […]

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MOT SA Courage to Care Campaign | People’s Post article

Read the article online here Thank you to Samantha Lee-Jacobs from People’s Post for the article featured in this week’s newspaper regarding our Courage to Care Campaign. If you are interested in supporting our campaign, please contact our Country Director Julia Duminy on julia@mot.org.za Read more about our campaign here Follow and like us on […]

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