Five-year-old Olwethu and three-year-old Anathi are brother and sister who have come from a broken and abusive home. Their father was never around and their mom, a drug user and alcoholic, never paid attention to them. The children were neglected and lacked the comfort of a safe secure home. Their plight got the attention of

Ayanda’s story

Tuesday, 12 November 2013 by

Ayanda Sfundo Dlamini lives with his mum, Prudence Dlamini in the Madoni squatter community on the outskirts of Osindisweni near Verulam in KwaZulu-Natal. The Dlaminis’ small shack is constructed out of mud and pieces of used timber and built on uneven ground. This one-roomed home is used for everything – cooking, eating and sleeping. The

Jubilee Creche & Pre-School in Inanda, KwaZulu-Natal recently sent a poem to say thank you to JAM SA for providing life-giving porridge to the children every day. The centre also recently received a makeover thanks to the generous support of Standard Bank. (original spelling and grammar intact)     JAM, we love you You are