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“Who can see into the future?” was a befitting rhetorical question which JAM SA’s MD David Brown posed to the community of Vlakfontein that attended the Good Hope Early Learning centre hand-over ceremony. Memorialised on top of one of the prefabricated classrooms, a warm image of the late Tracy June Cox looks benevolently down onto

Kerryn Whittaker shares her first-hand experiences of JAM’s programmes in Mozambique and South Africa while she was an intern at the organisation in 2013. In March of 2013, I flew to Beira, Mozambique and crashed into culture shock. Having grown up in South Africa and Zimbabwe, I thought I knew what I was getting myself

19-year-old Luca Coniglio is from Germany and after finishing school, he came to South Africa in October 2013 to work with JAM SA as a volunteer until the end of the year. As a volunteer, I was able to stay on the JAM Base in Honeydew, Johannesburg. It is just beautiful, with two pools, a

“All things bright and beautiful, All creatures great and small, All things wise and wonderful; The Lord God made them all.”The handiwork of the Zion Fellowship group at Ipopeng Day Care in Diepsloot is certainly a wonderful sight to behold. In the space of a week, the makeover group all the way from the US

What was once a collection of faded and ramshackle corrugated iron buildings is now a safe, sturdy and colourful learning environment for the children who attend Khulani Day Care & Pre-School in Drieziek, Orange Farm. This is all thanks to the time and funds that a dedicated group all the way from Germany invested into

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