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All the good that’s done

“Now to him who is able to do far more abundantly than all that we ask or think, according to the power at work within us, to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations,” Ephesians 3:20-21 At iKhaya le Themba we aim to be the hands and feet of […]

The Namibian Christmas Party

For the past 7  years, Ikhaya Le Themba has the awesome privilege of arranging a Christmas Party for the children of Aussenkehr Child Care Centre. The Centre cares for 77 orphans and vulnerable children within their village, situated on the banks of the Orange River. Our team gathered on the Tuesday following the  Cape Town […]

The children opening their presents!

The Christmas party this year was life changing for the iKhaya le Themba children.  Many of them had never received a Christmas present before in their lives.  Words cannot express their shock and joy as they opened the lavish gifts. Many shrieked with joy and laughter, while others sat speechless and wide-eyed as they poured […]

A Question for the Youth of Khayelitsha

We asked them – “How has being involved with Ikhaya le Themba changed your life so far?” “I was like a satellite diverting away from it’s orbit and the Ikhaya le Themba people were there supporting me 24/7.  If it wasnt for Ikhaya le Themba I would have been involved in gangsterism and drugs because […]

Lundi’s Fruitful Garden

Lundi Gqugula’s was destined for success when his path crossed with iKhaya le Themba, and in particular with Heinrich Ungerer in 2011. Heinrich had partnered with iKhaya le Themba introducing Food Pods to Khayelitsha. “We teach people how to grow their own organic food by setting up hubs, thereby providing for themselves,” says Heinrich. “That is how Lundi came […]

The lame made well!

Alberta – The lame made well! A profound change occurred in 64 year old Alberta Sihlala (a.k.a Mams) after Carers found her helpless in her shack in October 2011, lame (due to an unknown object penetrating her foot), undernourished, bedridden, wounded and full of bedsores, unable to go to the bathroom or feed herself.  The […]

Sponsor a Child

Good news! The Sponsor a Child initiative will be launched on the 19th of May. Check out this video to find out what it’s about: It’s an opportunity for individuals and families to look after an orphaned or vulnerable child from the Khayelitsha or Dunoon townships. Without their parents, these children miss out on the […]

Endalo Products

A sneak peek of our latest skin and body care product range, made only from pure and natural ingredients. Endalo – “Natural”.  Coming soon to a shop near you!

Our incredible sponsors!

Thank you so much to all our generous sponsors! 2013 has been an incredible year so far.  Your generosity has made a significant impact on so many people. We are so grateful.

Harvest!

Wow! We harvested 16 punnets of micro leaves from our week old garden – the herb traders are blown away by the quality of our leaves! Thank you so much to all the volunteers that helped plant.

Antenatal classes launched in Dunoon

On the 11th of April we had our first antenatal gathering with mothers who are expecting in Dunoon. We had such fun worshiping and praying and talking about the benefits of healthy eating. Thank you Ali McWirther for doing such an amazing lesson!  

Christmas Parties and Aquarium Visit

The kids had an amazing time at the aquarium in December! One of them commented today “Seeing those fish helps me to know that God is real”.  They love the exhibits – screamed as they encountered the crabs, played with seaweed and gaped at the luminous jelly fish.  Thanks to everyone at Joshua Generation who […]