Together towards fulfilling the Global Goals!

The Global Goals are the collective name for 17 sustainable development goals that were adopted on September 25th, 2015, in the UN General Assembly. The 17 goals consist of 169 milestones. 193 countries around the globe have formulated and adopted the Global Goals. The aim is to by 2030 achieve social, environmental and economical sustainable development throughout the world. Star … Read More

Memeza! Don't do drugs

SFL MHU, will be hosting an Healthy Life Style Walk, on the 28th November 2017, come walk with us and spread the word #notosubstanceabuse  

Star for Life Honours Day

The brightest minds were honoured recently at a SFL Honours Day, held by Johannesburg West Team. The aim was to celebrate and invigorate a culture of hard working and excellence. This was to recognise learners that have worked hard all year around in these categories- Top performer in all grades, overall performer, Most improved, Outstanding Peer educator and the biggest … Read More

Moving towards a solution – say NO to teenage pregnancy

The age-specific fertility rate for teenagers was 71 births per 1,000 women aged 15-19, showing little change since 1998. Learner pregnancy rates are higher in schools located in poor areas and in schools that were poorly resourced. SFL Ekurhuleni South, held a Walk Awareness against Teenage Pregnancy, Themed Moving towards a Solution #Saynototeenagepregnancy. Learners from two SFL schools, Zonkezizwe and … Read More

Meet our partner: Volvo Trucks

Star for Life operates with the help of a number of big and smaller partners. Most partners take on funding the Star for Life program in a high school, but some go on to making the partnership both bigger and deeper. After 10 years of partnership Star for Life and Volvo Trucks have developed a partnership that stretches through nine … Read More

Celebrating Unique African Culture

Star For Life was invited to take part in the 32nd annual Zulu reed dance (Umkhosi woMhlanga), with over Fifty Thousand maidens from around the country and smaller groups from Swaziland attending this colourful and cultural celebration, that promotes respect for young women, with the aim of encouraging them to delay sexual activity until marriage, and thus limiting the contraction … Read More

RCL Camp

  The RCL Boys and Girls Camp from Umkhanyakude District, was hosted by the Department of Education in kwaZulu Natal recently. RCL members from grade 8 up to grade 10 , were invited to represent their schools as leaders. 57 schools participated in this year’s camp, with a total number of 600 people, including 400 learners, 20 NGOs (None Government … Read More

Child Protection Campaign 2017

South Africa’s Constitution states that every child has the right to be protected from maltreatment, neglect, abuse or degradation. It is mandatory for all South Africans to play their role in protecting children and creating a safe and secure environment for them. But recent statistics state that one in three children in the country fall victim to physical, sexual or … Read More

Leaders Workshop!!!

Leaders workshop held recently, at Ukhamba by Area Manager, Sicelo Mathenjwa. All the school’s leaders Principals, Deputies and HODs were present, and the day was facilitated by Mr Delani Mthembu, owner of Landelahni Leadership Development, whom challenged leaders to lead through emerging future and current reality. Lead themselves in the concept of “Lead yourself, influence other and Understand your context”. … Read More

Sigma group visits South Africa

SIGMA group visited two of Johannesburg West Schools, Ikusasalethu and Orlando West Secondary Schools, on the 25th of May 2017. They donated R34 000 to each of the schools, to use towards any needs and developments. An amount of around R23 000 will also be donated towards 4 learners who are going to study a course in engineering at a … Read More