The Genesis of The Boy-Child Campaign

It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men – Frederick Douglas There is no loss of campaigns aimed at empowering young women regardless of the direction in which one looks. The effort has been well-made and the impact will follow the effort...

Managers’ Training Workshop: Sharpening our Human Capital

The quality of leadership within an organisation is crucial if it is to help meet the expectations of its stakeholders – at loveLife these being young people, funders (current and potential) strategic partners and of course, the team who make the work possible...

Quarterly Board Dinner : Boy-child Campaign Launch

On the 30th of August 2018 the Board of Trustees of the New loveLife trust, led by its Board Chairperson Mr Moss Mashishi, launched its Boy Child primary prevention project as part of its Adolescent Boys and Young men programme focus area.  Responding to the negative...

LoveLife initiative to combat HIV needs greater assistance

Almost 2 000 young women between the ages of 15-24 were infected per week in South Africa, says the deputy minister of health. Deputy minister of health Joe Phaahla said on Thursday that the LoveLife initiative needed more support from the private sector, as it sought...

loveLife Business Breakfast and Golf Day

loveLife Business Breakfast and Golf Day Department of Health Deputy Minister Dr. Joe Phaahla (left) — loveLife CEO, Linda Nkomo; Moss Mashishi — loveLife Chairman and Gert Oosthuizen — Deputy Minister: Deputy Minister of Sport and Recreation loveLife Business...

play4LIFE: New’s Eve Party up for grabs

loveLife is giving away the dopest New Year’s Eve party to one lucky loveLifer with its play4LIFE challenge running this December on social media. We’re talking about an all-expenses-paid get down for you and your friends, in your ‘hood, VVIP style!