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Lilli in the HOUSE!

A big welcome and howdy to Lillianna!!! Lillianna is brand new to RedZebra Foundation, having joined two weeks ago. For the next six months, she will be the RedZebra Intern for fundraising, administration and brilliancing. Originally from Wisconsin, Lillianna has found a new home in South Africa. This is her second time in Cape Town,…

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Vusumzi rocks!

Dedicated to rhythm, dance and youth empowerment he has been part of RedZebra for many years. Currently providing the “WeCanBeatIt!” workshop to youth in Nyanga, Cape Town. Thanks so much to RedZebra UK for supporting his work, Check out the blog

Completed fundraising course

Congratulations to our fundraising intern Laureen Jansen who successfully completed The Fundraising Academy‘s Course. The best news is that she will continue to work with us heading our Fundraising Department.

Children’s Home Drumming Workshop

RedZebra supports a childrens’ home with weekly life skills and performing arts sessions.These picrures document the first of many sessions to come. Getting started was a bit of challenge as we had group of various ages, ranging from 6 to 17 years old. They were so excited and nevous not knowing what to expect. Most…

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New website of RedZebra Foundation coming soon

A warm welcome to Christian Hochhuth, who is helping us with our online communication concept and website launch in the next two weeks!

RedZebra and dance4life

In 2002, our dance4life’s founders, Dennis Karpes and Ilco van der Linde were struck by the force of the HIV epidemic and shared a passion to use their commercial expertise to turn the problem around. They approached RedZebra South Africa during a World AIDS Day event on Robben Island in 2002 to create a new…

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Bring Back Our Girls, Cape Town

RedZebra Foundation together with One Billion Rising and V-Girls Cape Town, has been organising the rise in Cape Town to free all the abducted Girls from Chibok Nigeria. Governments, persons with authority and public figures have been quiet about this for too long. We are demanding from the South African Government to make a public…

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