Moving OnSiyaphambili means "Moving on" in the isiXhosa language and is the guiding principle of our organization - helping those left vulnerable by AIDS and poverty to move on with their lives.
Author Archives: Ndileka Xameni
Our Bedford operation cooked and distributed a hot meal to all in the neighborhood. We are working on the school building, which lost part of its roof in a windstorm.
Ndileka’s very able daughter Siphokazi now heads the Langa operations of Siyaphambili. Her phone is 0836859048.
In early June, we received 55 boxes of food from Rise Ag Rise against Hunger to assist our soup kitchen during this time of Covid-19. The donation of meat is from Estelle, the manager of the Duke Hotel in Port … Continue reading
Letter from Ndileka – I am not sure if I told you about the story of four young girls who are heading their households here in Bedford. They are from two different families and they lost their parent to AIDS. … Continue reading
From a newspaper article published in Bedford, South Africa on 19 May 2020 “We cannot be satisfied with just teaching people to stand in lines for food.” These are the words of Ndileka Xameni. She and her volunteers have been … Continue reading