Article by Craig Rebro | 13 May 2019

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Article by Craig Rebro | 27 April 2019 ... A team of Sinani volunteers recently visited the Oshoek community to bring life to a Hands at Work Centre that is supported by Sinani. It was an overnight outreach and it was a huge success. This area is located within walking distance of the Swaziland boarder. There are many poor and vulnerable here.

Article by Craig Rebro | 8 April 2019

There is still time! Join us on this amazing opportunity.

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Article by Craig Rebro | 7 April 2019

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Article by Craig Rebro | 19 February 2019

Join Sinani, in partnership with Hands at Work, on Thursday 28 March - Friday 29 March (overnight) as we head out to the Oshoek community to paint their care centre. We will visit homes so that we can get to know the people who's lives we will be investing in, spend the night in the Oshoek (In the Hands at Work service centre) and also spend the day painting the care centre and adding "life". We would love for you to come out and join us o this outreach. Contact: or Brenda at 062.286.1800.

Article by Craig Rebro | 19 February 2019

WE WANT YOU! Please come join us on the 28th of February for a light meal, fellowship and an opportuntiy to see what is going on in and through our church. 6pm - 8pm. It's a great way to to learn how you can get involved with the many communities we are working in. RSVP - Brenda at 062.286.1800 or

Article by Craig Rebro | 28 January 2019

We are excited to celebrate some highlights from 2018 but are thrilled to inspire you to get involved in 2019! Click the link below to see a short video to motivate you...


Article by Craig Rebro | 29 November 2018

Saturday, November 24 - 2018... A passionate group of C.U. Kaapsehoop members decided they wanted to put their talents to use for the good of helping others. The event had a silent auction, massage therapy, live entertainment and a bring and braai. Everyone agreed that it should be something that is offered again. There were auction items in the form of Japanese art, antique furniture, a hand carved chess set from Malawi and a beautiful ring that was the most sought after item. It was a beautiful night with fires blazing and good conversation all around.

Article by Craig Rebro | 20 November 2018

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Article by Craig Rebro | 1 November 2018

What is #GivingTuesday? As we enter into the month of November, it marks the start of the giving season.