Our Vision and Mission
About Gugu Dlamini
Gugu Dlamini was an HIV/AIDS activist who was killed for disclosing her status. Her death highlighted the level of stigma in South Africa and the world in general for people living with HIV/AIDS.
Our Work at a Glance
Gugu Dlamini Foundation has partnered with The Good Men Foundation to host Miss South Africa 2021 Homecoming events around KZN. These events started yesterday at the King Shaka International Airport, a press conference was held there. Then they travelled to Richards Bay for a class of 2021 Matric Awards at King Cetshwayo District Municipality.
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Gugu Dlamini Foundation and Under the Tree Foundation will be conducting the "Under the Tree Dialogues". Our youth will be benefit from the experts.
By Sindi Hlongwana
In the past week, heavy rainfall caused several landslides and flooding across KZN, resulting in a lose of many lives and increased humanitarian impact. We'd like to express our deepest condolences to families who have tragically lost their loved one and to those who have suffered material losses, may God grant you strength.
Also we are grateful to every organisation and individuals who have supported and worked with us in ensuring that impacted communities are sheltered with warm blankets, clothes and have warm meals. Special thanks to Food Forward SA, Rivers Foundation, The Domino Foundation, Safer Cities, Limit breaker global foundation, Unilever, Durban Chamber and individuals across KZN and Gauteng. Let continue to spread hope together.
By Sindi Hlongwa
In the Year 2020 the world went into a lockdown due to the Corona Virus Disease (COVID-19) as humanity battle the virus. Leaders across the global were unanimous in taking decision, drastic measure to curb the pandemic. Unfortunately as it has been... the lockdown became super spreader of more gender based and domestic violence.
By Sindi Hlongwana