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.
- Facebook Hacked:Siyaphambili Public Apology Statement September 30, 2014
- Eastern Cape Branch Bedford ,Bongweni Township August 27, 2014
Author Archives: Ndileka Xameni
Mandela day last week embodied the spirit of ubuntu as millions of South Africans and global citizens gave their time to worthy initiatives within their communities. The philosophy of Ubuntu has its origin in the Southern reaches of Africa and … Continue reading
On Mandela Day (18 July 2013), people around the world are encouraged to spend at least 67 minutes doing something positive for their communities in honour of the 67 years that Nelson Mandela spent fighting for social justice and a … Continue reading
On the 4th July 2013, we were honored to have Reverend Sidney Ndlela from the Presybyterian church of Africa to spend time with the children of Siyaphambili. We understand that healing the children of Siyaphambili also involves aspects of looking … Continue reading
The Islamic Relief donated blankets to Siyaphambili AIDS Orphan Village in early June.We would like to thank them for putting the interest of the children first during these harsh rainy winter season. In Cape Town, especially in informal settlements where most of … Continue reading