The New loveLife Trust, also known as “loveLife”, is a South African non-profit youth organisation that was established in 1999 as a joint initiative of leading South African non-governmental organisations, private foundations and the South African government.
Johannesburg – Friday, 27 January 2023:
This week South Africa saw a shocking video of a police constable in Limpopo having sex with her 10-year-old son. The video, which has since gone viral, is beyond shocking as it shows how deep-rooted the abuse of young children is.
Johannesburg – Tuesday, 16 August 2022:
The New loveLife Trust (loveLife) congratulates Primestars and YouthStart Foundation for delivering an excellent production – What About The Boys? A movie which premiered last Saturday in Rosebank.
Johannesburg – Monday, 27 June 2022:
loveLife sends its deepest, heartfelt condolences to the parents, families and friends of the teenagers that tragically died at a local tavern in East London, Eastern Cape. In the early morning of Sunday, 26 June…
Limpopo – Thursday, 09 June 2022:
Today, loveLife in partnership with the Kurisani Soutpan Trust and the Blouberg Local Municipality launched the revamped Ratanang Community Centre to help the community in the upskilling, empowerment and upliftment…
Johannesburg – Monday, 16 May 2022:
Today as the world commemorates the International day of the Boy Child, the New loveLife Trust (loveLife) calls on the United Nations to recognise the day and include it in its august calendar.
Johannesburg – Friday, 21 January 2022:
…With the entire world engulfed by the pandemic, the class of 2021 has triumphed mentally, psychologically, and physically against a virus that has taken a lot from them, including in some instances loss of family…
Johannesburg – Tuesday, 28 December 2021:
The lack of outrage by the majority of adult South Africans when it comes to underage and teen pregnancies is outrageous at the very least. More action-oriented solutions need to be employed by South Africans…