Sustainable Hamper Project – 26.05.17

On the 26th of May, The Humanitarians together with Mr South Africa and the organisation embarked on campaign to provide 100 healthy and affordable hampers to sustain 100 Muslim households in Manenberg for the Holy month of Ramadan. By the grace of God we were able to pack and distribute 123 hampers filled with healthy […]

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Sustainable Lifestyle Programme – 04.03.17

On the 4th of March, The Humanitarians and Homey Impact in association with The Noakes Foundation and Mr South Africa conducted the pilot of their new project Sustainable Lifestyle Programme to get communities eating healthy by sustainable means. The first project was conducted in Beacon Valley, Mitchells Plain with assistance from NPO, Bright Future.  The […]

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The Banting Pocket Guide: Launch – 06.03.17

On the 2 March marked the day of the launch for The Banting Pocket Guide (in association with The Noakes Foundation) and our director and your Mr South Africa, Habib Noorbhai was the MC on the evening. As you may know, The Humanitarians has always focused on healthy sustainable eating and supports the low carbohydrate, […]

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Supporting local NPOs – 26.02.17

As a fellow NPO, we understand the hard work and passion that goes into non profit work. As such we have embarked on supporting local NPOs/NGOs and the work they do this year. Not only are we physically supporting them but are also creating awareness of their events and what they do via our newsletter. […]

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World Diabetes Day – 14.11.2016

On the 14th November, to commemorate World Diabetes Day, we teamed up with Falco Milano Eyewear & Sunglasses, Cavendish Square and Mr South Africa to create awareness around the theme this year on “Eyes & Diabetes”. We provided free glucose testing and education around eye care at the Falco Milano store at Cavendish Square Mall from […]

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Biokinetic Humanitarian Project – 22.10.16

Over the past weekend we embarked on our follow-up BHP intervention in the community of Bonteheuwel in association with CHEC and the City of Cape Town. Although the day was off to a rainy start, we were able to assist 6 of our previous participants as well as three new participants.  Over the past three […]

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Sustainable Laughter Fundraiser – 26.09.2016

On the 26th September, we held our much anticipated and first fundraising event entitled Sustainable Laughter at The Cape Town Comedy Club. Many of you may not be aware that the Humanitarians have been self-sustaining themselves for the last three years. This auspicious occasion allowed us to venture out and obtained funding from our generous sponsors […]

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The Humanitarians Supports the Noakes Foundation

The Humanitarians is a registered non-profit organization (NPO 135 447) based in South Africa aiming to create a sustainable and innovative society through five different branches: Education, Health, Sport, Sustainable/Innovative lifestyles and scientific research. To date we have conducted several campaigns and interventions, these reports can be viewed on our website. The Humanitarians takes a strong […]

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The Meaning of a Humanitarian – 22.08.2016

On the evening of the 22nd of August, The Humanitarians, led by our director, Habib, presented an informal seminar to discuss ‘The Meaning of a Humanitarian’. The aim of the evening was to create awareness about Humanitarianism, our NPO and provide a practical opportunity for individuals to partake in our OnePersonInitiative A total of 20 […]

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A report on the challenges faced in South Africa as an NPO

Our 67 minutes for this year takes a different stance. We have taken the liberty to write this report on the challenges faced in South Africa as NPOs. We thank you for reading this document. Many organisations around the world, including non-profit organisations (NPOs) dedicate their time, energy and services towards the upliftment of society […]

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