An agricultural project at Sebepuso Primary school in the South West of Johannesburg, recently.The enthusiastic Star for Life Soul Buddies started their small garden at their school recycling organic waste, planted different kinds of vegetables, cabbage, tomatoes, spinach, and carrots to promote healthy eating. This project will provide the school with the right nutrition’s to be used on the school’s … Read More


  Peer educators, they serve as role models for change and can communicate and understand in a way that the best-intentioned adult can’t. Three days All Girls Peer Education and Camp from all Johannesburg schools was held at Magaliesburg Lodge recently. This is a rewarding opportunity for young people to develop their leadership skills, improves their knowledge and gain the … Read More

Child Protection Campaign 2019

To play our part during #ChildProtectionWeek, Star for Life (SFL) held an engaging child protection Campaign at Makhasa Sports ground on the 31st of May. The day started with a 5km walk from the main road to Makhasa Sports ground, inviting all community members to join hands with SFL in ending child abuse. National child protection week is observed in … Read More

Star for Life Norway certified for fundraising

The Norwegian Control Committee for Fundraising has approved Star For Life to start fundraising in Norway. This is an important milestone and commits us all to the high quality and transparency of our work, says country manager Jørgen Klafstad. It is also a notable recognition of Star for Life’s documentation of how funds actually are collected, used and followed up. … Read More

Anki Elken is Star for Life’s new Secretary General

Anki Elken comes from the business community and most recently as sustainability manager at the Swedish HR company Randstad. She has previously worked at Kvinnoforum Foundation and at the Migration Board. She has extensive experience from various government inquiries and assignments. Furthermore, Elken also has a long experience of working with Public Affairs and with social sustainability in the business … Read More

Otto Magnusson partners with Bukimvelo Secondary School through Star for Life.

On the 22nd of February, Bukimvelo Secondary School officially welcomed Otto Magnusson as the sponsors of the school, through Star for Life (SFL). The day was filled with joy, music, and dance as everybody celebrated the partnership between the two, trusting that it will yield fruitful results through academic results. During a speech, founder of SFL, Mr. Dan Olofsson said: … Read More

Granted contribution from I-TECH

Star for Life is happy and proud to announce that we have been awarded 2.2 million SEK to our mobile health clinic in Namibia by the American organization I-Tech. (International Training and Education Center for Health.) Our health interventions are an invaluable part of our regular work in schools and this funding means that we can further develop our Mobile … Read More

Word Aids Day campaign

Star For Life held it’s World Aids Day campaign on the 4 th of December 2018 with the theme #knowYourStatus. It is an opportunity for people world wide to unite in the fight against HIV, to show support for people with HIV and to commemorate those who have died from an AIDS-related illness. Aim is to bring peoples attention to … Read More

Art & Crafts festival

13 Primary schools participated in this year’s Star for Life Primary Schools Arts festival, which was held at Phumlani hall in Hluhluwe. The theme of the festival was “let’s celebrate our identity”, with the aim of creating a platform where our young stars can celebrate their cultural diversity and showcase their talents. The festival promotes and boosts self-esteem and confidence … Read More

Daughters of Africa – a new project

Star for Life, together with Hand in Hand, has received funding from the Postkodlottery in Sweden to strengthen the activities in a total of 88 schools in South Africa and Namibia over the next three years. The overall objective of the project is to promote gender equality between boys and girls and the project is divided into three different themes: … Read More