MY LEGACY

The “My Legacy” project is how we, at Media Works, support our corporate social investment initiatives. It is important to us that if we are going to support an initiative, we do it with heart and for the long term. There is little benefit in a once off donation.

Our staff are encouraged to identify and adopt needy organisations where we, as a company, can make a difference. That employee will then become the driver of our involvement and the project will become their legacy.

Maharishi Institute collaborates with Media Works to address youth unemployment in SA

For over ten years, Media Works has partnered with the Maharishi Institute to assist the organisation with providing South Africa’s unemployed youth with the resources and skills development tools they need to increase their chances of finding employment.

The Skills Development Opportunity in the Dual Economy

  The South African economy can be described as a dual economy – we have the formal economy, often referred to as the first economy and then we have the informal economy, also known as the secondary economy. The formal economy relates to the developed economy – corporations running large

Media Works announced as first runner-up at Achiever Awards

  Media Works, the leading adult education and training service provider in South Africa, is proud to announce that they have been awarded the first runner-up award in the Best Innovative Training Programme category at the annual Achiever Awards. Winners were announced on the 5th of August at CSIR ICC

Media Announcement

Media Works announced as finalists in two industry awards Media Works, the leading adult education and training service provider in South Africa, is proud to announce that the company has been shortlisted as finalists in two industry awards: The Best Innovative Training Programme category at the annual Achiever Awards. These

My Legacy | Sustaining Sakhile’s legacy

Written by Dion Reddy, Branch Manager, KwaZulu Natal My name is Dion Reddy and I am privileged to have been involved in a wonderful project during the last four months that has truly warmed my heart and proved that the ‘pay it forward’ principle has long-lasting implications. One of my

My Legacy | Leriba Lodge project

By: Elsie de Villiers, Elsie de Villiers, Project Manager and Adult Literacy Specialist at Media Works, As Nelson Mandela once said: “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world” says Elsie de Villiers. Many South African domestic workers and gardeners have not had access

My Legacy | Adopt a Child

”It is not what we do but with how much love we do it. It is not about how much you give but with how much love you give” says Nthabiseng Manyaka.   “The inspiration for the Adopt a Child My Legacy project occurred to me on my way to

My Legacy | The Sijonga-Phambili Project

“Educating the underprivileged in rural communities is something dear to me” Says Dennis Lamberti. “When I heard about the Sijonga-Phambili project in Hout Bay I simply had to get involved. I have visited Hout Bay on a number of occasions and seen first-hand how the informal settlements have grown. There

My Legacy | A Garden for the Children

We had just opened our Media Works office in KZN in 1998 when I heard about a friend of mine who had adopted a little boy Simphiwe. Simphiwe was found abandoned in a toilet at a train station in Durban. Not only was Simphiwe abandoned, but he was also ill.

My Legacy | The Heroes of Faith Project

  I started The Heroes of Faith project, an education and learning initiative for the elderly and community in Orange Farm because of a personal experience. My father never attended school and could not read or write. I was shocked that because of the past he never had the opportunity

My Legacy | 1000 Hills Community Helpers

“I was approached by my sister-in-law, Wilma, to support a project in the valley of 1000 hills. Wilma is a volunteer at 1000 Hills Community Helpers. Wilma wanted to start an AET centre where unemployed youth and adults could access free education” says Dennis. “I am a banana boy and

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