Boy Child Summit

loveLife in partnership with Gauteng Department of Social Development hosted a one-day summit on the 20th of August 2019, where like-minded non- profit organisations and NGO’s working in the development sectors targeting a boy child gathered to discuss ways in which...

Youth educators received treatment after food poisoning at training camp

Fifty people (42 youth volunteers who are peer motivators in the groundBREAKER programme and eight loveLife staff trainers) have fallen ill after eating contaminated food at a training programme in the Free State for loveLife’s 2016 groundBREAKER (youth peer educator) recruits and all have received treatment. The groundBREAKERs are from the Free State and Northern Cape.


Youth peer motivation and education draws on the credibility that young people have with their peers, leverages the power of role modelling and provides flexibility in meeting the diverse needs of today’s youth. loveLife’s groundBREAKER programme is based on this understanding and training for the 2016 groundBREAKER cohort is rolling out throughout South Africa.

Developing Young Entrepreneurs One Bootcamp at a Time

In order to make a dent on South Africa’s massive youth unemployment, focussed and sustainable interventions are required. To do just that, youth leadership development organisation, loveLife is doing it one bootcamp at a time as part of Business for Social Change – a 12-month entrepreneurship development programme.

loveLife’s new Board Chairperson

loveLife’s new Board Chairperson Moss Mashishi is a super successful businessman with his heart firmly rooted in youth development. Thandiwe McCloy caught up with him to bring you this Q and A. In Mashishi, the loveLife Board has a strong and visionary leader. Here you can read a little about his upbringing, passions and what he has to say about heading our board.