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Article by Hannah Mohajer | 9 June 2021

After over a year without a place to meet, the children of Msholozi finally have a centre again! Around the time that lockdown began, the previous centre became unavailable, and so the team spent a year visiting the children in their homes, and engaging them in small groups for marimba and soccer practice. Now, after praying and searching , we have secured a wonderful building in the centre of Msholozi with enough room for marimba practice, homework help, and space to play.

Article by Craig Rebro | 6 May 2021

Many matrics struggled due to COVID. Sinani held a 3 day mini-camp to help tutor matrics on the subjects they needed help with. Many of our young people do not have the resources to access online tools that would help them with some of the building blocks required. Besides that, school schedules have been sporadic - making it difficult to get in a rhythm of learning. If you have a heart to tutor, please contact us at 062-286-1800 or connect@sinani.org.

Article by Craig Rebro | 1 April 2021

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So much has been going on. Bible Drives, Sinani Premier League in full force, Dignity Day for our young ladies, new partnerships, & awards! We can always use your help in continuing the work. Simply click on the donate button in this web site. If you have questions simply email: connect@sinani.org

Article by Craig Rebro | 27 January 2021

Celebrate along with us the wins of 2020! Argueably, the best update video we've ever produced. Take a minute to check it out. Enjoy!

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Article by Craig Rebro | 1 December 2020

We've been planning and planning and waiting and waiting. Finally, the Sinani Premier League has taken off. The day was an amazing success. This wasn't any ordinary game day in Msholozi, this was the meeting of 105 young men who recieved full kits & soccer boots who were eager to get to the competition and glorify the Lord. The day started out in prayer as everyone gathered in the centre of the field and you could see the way the young men conducted themselves was different from "the norm.".

Article by Craig Rebro | 10 November 2020

We've been busy building the Sinani soccer league since the begining of the year. We had a "soft launch" right before lockdown and knew we were on to something exciting. As lockdown loosened, we wanted to invest in the coaches so they were equipped and prepared to be role models to over 100 young men ages 15 - 17. The coaches clinic was a great success and we now have our sights set on our official launch 28 November in the community of Msholozi. If you would like to be involved and support this initiative, contact: connect@sinani.org.

Article by Craig Rebro | 3 September 2020
Article by Craig Rebro | 7 August 2020

No matter what your thoughts are about COVID-19, the lockdown aspect of it is causing many people to struggle. This is highlighted in the rural and under resourced communities we work in. Please click the link to view our August update and to see how things are really going: https://vimeo.com/444447875

Article by Sydney Rebro | 13 July 2020

Throughout the lockdown, Sinani has been going strong. We do not want to abandon the communities when they need us most. Many organizations are slowing down, but we are keeping our foot on the pedal. We have been delivering food parcels with consistency. We have also ensured that all of our kids have masks, and that our care centers are creating a norm of wearing them, sanitizing, and practicing social distancing. 

Article by Sydney Rebro | 27 May 2020

Money doesn’t grow on trees, but one key to providing for South Africa’s less fortunate does. South Africa is the second largest citrus exporting country in the world. It is the first in the Southern Hemisphere, producing more than 60% of the Southern Hemisphere’s citrus exports. One of South Africa’s homegrown fruits is the naartjie, also known as the mandarin, satsuma, or tangerine. Naartjies are rich in vitamins and, most importantly, they boost immune systems.