Ashleigh shares with The 88 her life changing experience travelling through Africa.
For World Water Day, The 88 founder Ryan Cheng provides crucial insight into the water crisis plaguing South Africa.
There are moments, when we have to make choices: ~ what to eat for dinner? ~ what movie to watch?
Bo Kaap – a neighbourhood defined by cobblestones and brightly coloured homes – was formerly known as the Malay Quarters and had an incredibly diverse local population.
In Namibia, two young men made incredible impressions on me. The first was named Franklin. He strode in off the street into the Nando’s we were eating in and sat right next to us – all just to have a chat. He just had this air about him, incredibly self assured and confident. And for […]
“As the years progress one increasingly realises the importance of friendship and human solidarity.
“During my lifetime I have dedicated myself to this struggle of the African people.
Poverty is not an accident. Like slavery and apartheid, it is man-made and can be removed by the actions of human beings. Nelson Mandela 2005.